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Charles County, Maryland

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, the country doctor who set the broken leg of President Abraham Lincoln's assassin, resided here. John Wilkes Booth fractured his leg as he left from the Ford's Theater presidential box after shooting President Lincoln on Good Friday, April 14, 1865, and attempted to flee through Southern Maryland. Today the two-story early Victorian frame farmhouse, furnished with original and period pieces, is open to the public and tours are offered by costumed docents. The Mudd House also showcases a Civil War Display and Farm Museum.  The Mudd House is a featured location on Maryland's Civil War Trail - John Wilkes Booth: Trail of an Assassin.

Days/Hours of Operation:
March 24 through November 18, 2018: Wednesdays & Saturdays (11 a.m. - 4 p.m.); Sundays (Noon -  4 p.m.)
Victorian Christmas special event December 1 and 2, 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. (cost $8 Adult/$2 Children)
Other times by appointment. Large groups, please contact Donna ahead of time at drmuddtours@gmail.com 

Cost:  General Admission $7 (Adults); $2 (Children up to age 12); Free (Children under age 5)

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Ask about our outdoor rental space. The Historic Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House has a beautiful, large outside area (10 acres) available for rent for your next event.  Bring your own meal, or have it catered.  Contact us for rates. 

3725 Doctor Samuel Mudd Road
Waldorf, MD 20601-4284