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Kentlands Mansion

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Kentlands Mansion is open by appointment only. Contact staff via phone or email to arrange for entry. Please be prepared to share the number guests in your party with staff. All guests must wear masks and practice social distancing. While our doors are temporarily closed, we are still open for business.
Kentlands Mansion
Kentlands Mansion
Kentlands Mansion
Kentlands Mansion Lawn, photograph courtesy of Helen John Photography

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The Tschiffely-Kent property has been a landmark along Darnestown Road since 1900. The stately mansion was built by Frederick Tschiffely, and later sold to Otis Beall Kent in 1942. The elegant property now belongs to the City of Gaithersburg, and is an ideal venue for weddings, receptions, social functions and business meetings.

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