"His Lordship's Kindness," an historic house on Woodyard Road south of Rte. 4, west of Andrews Air Force Base, will be featured on today's tour of Prince George's County, the first in a series sponsored by the Federation of Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimages.
Also on the Prince George's tour are the Surratt House on old Rte. 5 in Clinton; Drumshrugh, a Georgian mansion on Rte. 202 a half mile east of Largo; Woodstock, an old residence on Rte. 301 just north of the Croom turnoff, and St. Barnabus Episcopal Church on Church Road, north ofLargo Road, at Leeland, Md.
Tickets -- at $8 for the entire tour or $2 per building -- can be purchased at those sites and others on the tour. Sites are marked by "Maryland Pilgrimage" signs.
Tomorrow, the federation will conduct a Mount Vernon area walking tour in Baltimore, including the Enoch Pratt house at 201 W. Monument St.
Other upcoming tours of historic sites sponsored by the federation: Anne Arundel County, April 26; Charles County, April 27; Washington County, April 29; Frederick walking tour, April 30; Green Springs Valley, Baltimore County, May 1; Queen Anne's County, May 3; Talbot County, May 4. A Chesapeake Bay cruise and tour of Oxford, Md., will take place May 10. Tickets for the cruise from Baltimore to Oxford and a box lunch are $25.
For information, contact the federation at 821-6933.