Your Next Event Could Be in Clifton Mansion

The Clifton Mansion is available for events of all sizes.  Hold a birthday party or baby shower in our sun-filled Drawing Room.  Plan the wedding of your dreams on our lawn and stately wrap-around porch.  Host your next corporate meeting or team-building in our spacious Ballroom.  Formal or Informal, Clifton Mansion is the perfect venue.


Experience History

 When you rent Clifton Mansion you will be surrounded by Baltimore’s history. It was once Johns Hopkins’ country home and the home of War of 1812 Captain Henry Thompson.  Now parts of the mansion have been restored to their original glory. Others are in process and offer opportunities to make your event truly your own. You can rent one room or the entire first floor, including the porch and beautiful grounds. 


Support Good Work in Baltimore

 When you rent Clifton Mansion, you also support the amazing mission of the nonprofit Civic Works, whose home is the mansion. They work daily to strengthen Baltimore’s communities through education, skills development and community service. 

Contributing Photographers

Photo Courtesy of Britney Clause Photography
Photo courtesy of Marlayna Photography
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Let's Get Started!

Drop us a line! Thinking of hosting an event at Clifton? Give us some of the details and we'll get back to you as soon as we can to discuss availability and pricing and schedule a tour! (Dates, type of event, number of guests, etc are all helpful)

Better yet, come and see for yourself!

Contact Jayna Powell at or 410-366-8533 ext. 211 to arrange a tour.

The Historic Clifton Mansion

(410) 366-8533

What is your dream event?

Special Events at the Mansion


Ghost Tours at Halloween, Charles Dickens during the holidays. And an afternoon tea in February! What event can you dream up to host at this historic and stunning mansion?

We're in Baltimore Weddings Magazine!


Look through the amazing photos and floral designs and dream about your special day at Clifton Mansion! 


Check out this great MD Public Television video that highlights some of the renovations being done in the mansion!