Public Grand Opening


Paula Hankins 
Carroll Museums, Inc. 


Sunday May 1, 2016 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM EDT

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Carroll Mansion 
800 East Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

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Tickets are non-refundable.
The Carroll Mansion is not handicap accessible, though the BBQ in the garden courtyard is accessible.

The All American House officially opens to the public on Sunday, May 1, 2016 at 1pm. To mark the occasion, we are hosting an All American BBQ - the first in a public series of American Treasures Culinary Experiences. These once-in-a-lifetime food events are created by the All American Chefs, a select group fo top chefs dedicated to showcasing award-wnning American Farmers, foragers and craft producers.

A project of MADE:In America, the All American House is created by students participating in an academically-based design competition. America's most iconic historic house properties are transformed as showcases for the New Look of American Design, featuring award winning U.S. furniture and home furnishing companies.

The Public Grand Opening will feature All American Chefs Committee Chair Chef Zachary Mills - Wit & Wisom, Chef Chad Gauss - Food Market, Chef Chris Amendola - Waterfront Kitchen, Chef Jerry Edwards - Chef's Expressions, Chef Jerry Pelligrino - Schola, Chef Nicholas Sharpe - Birch & Barley, and Chef Cyrus Keefer. For a full list of All American Chefs participating in subsequent Culinary Treasure events please click here.


$65/guest - includes addmission to the All American House and BBQ in the Garden Courtyard


Thank you to our All American House Sponsors and Benefactors: Baltimore National Heritage Area, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore City, PNC Bank, Second Century Homes LLC, and T Rowe Price Foundation.

Sponsorships are still available. Contact Paula Hankins for more information.

Proceeds support the nonprofit missions of Carroll Museums and MADE:In America.

Guest list at the Door - Business Attire