About the Pue-Fulton Farm Museum

This original construction of this historic farmhouse dates to 1850, with additions in 1865 and 1907. Once spanning over 50 acres, this property still includes the restored original house, as well as a spring house/smoke house. The house features a public meeting space and two exhibit rooms.

The former parlor depicts a mid-19th century farmhouse, with period appropriate furniture and panels describing the property and owners. The former dining room is dedicated to the history of agriculture in the county. Open by appointment, the house is on 3948 Cooks La. in Ellicott City and is free to the public.


By appointment


3948 Cooks Lane, Ellicott City, MD 21043

Exhibits and Meeting Space

There are 2 exhibit spaces in the museum. The front room tells the history of the property, information about the owners, and features period-appropriate furniture.

Front Room

Learn about the property’s history and the land owners.

Rear Room

The rear room tells the story of agriculture in Howard County with an illustrated timeline, as well as period-appropriate farm tools and medical equipment (Pue was a physician).

Meeting Space

There is a meeting space with a kitchen and room for 25 people. This space is offered free to any non-profit. Contact info@hchsmd.org or call 410.480.3250