What is Riversdale House Museum?
Riversdale House Museum is a National Historic Landmark, is a restored, five-part, stucco-covered brick plantation home built between 1801 and 1807. Construction of this house was begun by Henri Stier, an aristocrat from Antwerp, and was completed by his daughter Rosalie and her husband George Calvert, grandson of the 5th Lord Baltimore. The early-19th century house has a unique blend of European- and Federal-style architecture. It was home to many different families throughout the centuries.