Welcome back to Historic Elk Landing!
The grounds are open dawn to dusk!
Please park in the grassy area just to the left of the gate. Feel free to explore on your own!
Want to take a tour of the Hollingsworth house?
House tours are available by appointment. Please call 410-620-6400 and we'll get back to you!
Welcome to Historic
This historic site brings history to life. Visit, experience, and imagine history - the struggle, the work, the life that helped shape a town, a region
and a nation.
Historic Elk Landing
Elk Landing is a small but important Historic Site located in the northeast corner of Maryland. Here is where a young nation struggled for liberty and citizen soldiers repelled invaders seeking to burn the local town. It was a residence to a prominent merchant family who's businesses grew the regional economy and a key transportation hub for those traveling between major mid-Atlantic cities. Along the adjoining Little Elk Creek, a 19th century boatyard constructed large vessels that traveled the Atlantic seaboard.
Today, it is a place to see and imagine life as it was.
We hope to see you soon and experience this meaningful Historic Site for yourself.
The custom doors and windows in the Stone House have been installed - and they look great!
Use the slider to see the dramatic change in the Stone House which has taken years of hard work to stabilize, repair and restore this beautiful historic structure.
For more pictures of the Stone House restoration click here.
There are so many different ways to experience Historic Elk Landing. Take time to explore and imagine! Enjoy a walk and explore on your own - or explore virtually, it's up to you! The Hollingswoth House is open once again for visitors!
People and Time
On June 12, 2021, the local Head of Elk Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), held their 90th birthday celebration, at Elk Landing.
Regent Wanda Owens presided over the ceremonies. In attendance were: George Washington, Maryland DAR State Regent Maureen Tipton, Maryland State Vice Regent Mernie Crane, and local Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) President Hobert Halsey of Colonel Henry Hollingsworth Chapter.
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