Rackliffe Plantation House - Docents - June -October

Be part of the rich history at the Rackcliffe House as a Docent. Bring to life the stories of the local residents.

Rackliffe House is currently recruiting volunteers to serve as Docents to lead guided tours of the house and grounds, perform garden maintenance on the colonial kitchen garden, and assist with media outreach.

Docents interpret life on the 18th-century coastal plantation through an orientation film, timeline, and artifacts on display in the kitchen, spinning room, and children’s room in the main house as well as in the original milk house and garden.

From June through October, docents open Rackliffe House for tours every Thursday from 11 a.m.. to 2 p.m. 

To register or ask questions about Rackliffe House Docent Training, please call 410-629-1011 or email: RackliffeHouse@gmail.com

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The mission of the Rackliffe House Trust is to preserve and restore Rackliffe House and its grounds to their original 18th-century appearance and, through artifacts and interpretation, to share the stories of the Native, African, and European Americans who occupied this historic site.