Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Cylburn was designed in 1868 by the young and upcoming George A. Frederick, who was also the architect for Baltimore’s City Hall. Victorian Renaissance Revival in design, Cylburn was built of gneiss quarried locally and was noted for its inlaid floors, marble baths, leaded glass, plasterwork, tall windows and wide porches. Formal gardens and lawns with trees planted by Jesse Tyson himself were surrounded by natural woodland filled with wildflowers, wildlife and native and migrating birds. Cylburn is full of natural beauty with the gardens and the mansion to make a wedding absolutely unforgettable.

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