The Roger Brooke Taney House interprets the property owned by the former Frederick attorney and Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1836-1864). The site, including the family’s living quarters, a summer kitchen and slaves’ quarters, interprets the life of Taney and various aspects of middle class life in early nineteenth century Frederick County.
The Roger Brooke Taney House is not open to the public. The exterior can be viewed from the street, but visitors will not be able to enter the house. Groups may contact Heritage Frederick for tours by appointment.