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Maryland’s Story Starts Here 

Built in 1764 before the start of the American Revolution, Whitehall was home to Horatio Sharpe, the last Provincial Governor of Maryland. The house stands as the finest example of Palladian architecture in the country and was the first National Historic Landmark to be designated in the state of Maryland.

Whitehall remains remarkably preserved with over 100 acres of gardens, fields and park lands. The house is set on a mile and a half of Chesapeake Bay shoreline and is one of the last significant open waterfront spaces in Annapolis.

The History of Whitehall 

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“Complete with a picturesque, Southern Charm & elegance you only see in movies like Gone with the Wind, the main hall is dripping with hand carved mouldings and coral-pink walls; so perfect for a photo shoot based around love! The ambiance of the parties that must have happened in this manor house fill the air, and you are immediately under Whitehall’s spell, the moment you pull in the driveway. Obviously, the perfect venue for our vision.”

What people are staying about Whitehall

 ELLE ELLINGHAUS

wedding planner

As a photographer, it was a delight. There are so many beautiful back drops with lovely old trees and large blooming shrubs. I particularly loved the mowed path to the water's edge to view the sunset.

What people are staying about Whitehall

MISSY JANES

Stone Barn Photography

We had our wedding at Whitehall in June 2016 at it was absolutely perfect!!! It's an amazing spot for a wedding!!!

What people are staying about Whitehall

MARGARET REID FOGARTY

Our daughter was married at Whitehall in June. It was wonderful. Christie, who represents Whitehall and works with the bride, and John, the caretaker of Whitehall, were both wonderful, cheerful, helpful, quick to respond, and worked well with our family as a team... We are so thrilled that we picked Whitehall. It is such a lovely place to have a wedding, reception or any special occasion.
 

What people are staying about Whitehall

ELIZABETH REID

mother of the bride