• Architecture Tour

Saturday, July 14 10am to noon.

$20 per person/$15 Members

For reservations, please call 410-263-4683×10 or email info@hammondharwoodhouse.org

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We offer a two-hour, in-depth tour of the architecture of the Hammond-Harwood House.



  • Jane Austen Tour

Wednesday, July 18 at noon.

$10 per person/Members Free

For reservations, please call 410-263-4683×10 or email info@hammondharwoodhouse.org

Tour of the house that compares the customs and social graces of the Loockerman family, who lived in the Hammond-Harwood House in the early 19th century, with those of characters in Jane Austen novels.



  • Peale Portrait Tour

Saturday, July 21 at 2 pm

$15 per person /$10 per member

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The Hammond-Harwood House Museum has an extensive collection of Peale portraits and landscapes.

This 90 minute tour delves into the fascinating world of the Peale family and their artwork. Highlights include an 1835 Rembrandt Peale painting of George Washington, a 1789 Charles Willson Peale painting of Hester Baldwin Chase, and a rare landscape scene by James Peale.


  • Paint Like Peale: A Lesson in Still Life

Wednesday, July 25 at 10 am

$15 per family

For reservations, please call 410-263-4683×10 or email info@hammondharwoodhouse.org


In this 90 minutes program, children will learn the secrets of Peale paintings.


  • Artisans of a Great House
    Mr. Henry Hopkins III Silversmith

Saturday, July 28th at 10 am to noon.

$50 per person/$40 Members

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In this hands on workshop series artisans explore the trades employed by families who lived in the great houses of the Chesapeake, like the Hammond-Harwood House. Second generation silversmith, Henry Hopkins III, has worked on silver for the White House, The Phillips Collection, and Homewood House. In this two hour long program Mr. Hopkins will take you on a tour of the silver collection of Hammond-Harwood House including the conservation methods he used on an 18th century urn and 19th century butter dish, both original to the house.

Biography: Henry Hopkins III, Silversmith

Baltimore MD.  Apprenticed to his father, Henry P Hopkins Jr., who started a silversmithing shop in a converted 1891 carriage house in the Mt. Vernon area of downtown Baltimore in 1950. Born in 1958, Henry III was taken to the studio as a child, later beginning to actually make very basic pieces at the age of 12 or 13. 2018 will be 40 years of his working, self-employed, in this studio, the last 30 with his father, who is now 100 years old, and retired.

He worked side by side with his father through high school and also while he was attending Maryland Institute College of Art, where he received a BFA in 1982. Through experience he gained the skills necessary to make and restore sterling silver, gold, and other metal items.

By watching and helping his father, he gained the necessary experience to make maces for Universities, Chalices, for churches, and Presidential Ensignia (large Sterling and gold necklaces worn by deans and presidents of Universities during graduations) as well as Baptismal fonts for churches here in MD and in several southern states.

Maces made by Henry III include University of Chicago, St Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore, and The College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia and Georgia. Sterling Silver Trophies for the Maryland Hunt Cup Steeplechase

Restoration of antique items and those of historic value include piece from:

The White House in Washington DC

Maryland Governor’s Mansion

Winterthur Museum

The Philips Collection (Franklin and Marshall)

Governor’s Mansion in Raleigh, NC

Hammond-Harwood House

Historic Annapolis

Maryland Historical Society Historical Society

Gibson Island Trophy Collection (over 150 pieces)

Maryland Jockey Club Horse Racing Trophies

US Naval Academy Trophies