The Beall Dawson House
Description of the Beall Dawson House:
View of the Beall Dawson house from the outside
HIstory of the Beall Dawson House
Importance to the Community:
The Beall Dawson house is one of the only reminders still standing of life in Rockville in the 19th century. It’s the headquarters of the Montgomery County Society, and also a museum. Anybody can come and see what life was like in the 1800s and go on tours of the house with a guide explaining everything about the things in the house and how they were used. The house stands out from the rest with architecture that is considered unusual today.