This Eerie And Fantastic Footage Takes You Inside Maryland’s Abandoned Uplands Mansion

Are you fascinated by abandoned places? This old mansion in Maryland has been left to decay and it’s still full of beautiful (yet somewhat eerie) details.

This historic structure in the Baltimore area is known as Uplands Mansion. In the 1800s, it was the summer home of a socialite named Mary Frick Garrett Jacobs. Upon her death in 1936, Jacobs willed the estate to a local church and wished it to be used as “a home for lonely churchwomen, unable to provide for themselves.” After renovations, it was used for just that from the 1950s until the 1980s. A church sanctuary was later built on the grounds, used for a few years, and then demolished in 2004.

Today the mansion still stands, left to wither away, day by day. Check out the below screenshots and video of this still stunning spot.

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Watch the below footage of Uplands Mansion filmed by Youtube user Crumbling Decay America. It’ll give you a spectacular perspective of this historic place, inside and out.

It’s hard to imagine what Uplands Mansion would look like today if it hadn’t been left forgotten.

For another historic gem in the Old Line State, check out Union Hotel Restaurant. It isn’t abandoned, but it IS the most haunted eatery in Maryland!