Your Online Donation today will help us preserve the architectural treasure.

Please CLICK HERE to make a tax-deductible contribution online through our secure online server or send your donation to :

Hammond-Harwood House
19 Maryland Avenue
Annapolis, Maryland 21401

For additional information, call us at 410-263-4683.

If you believe there is still an important role for historic sites like this to play in our culture and in the lives of future generations, please consider a year-end gift to the 2017 Annual Fund.


Donations support important day-to-day activities and museum programs.

  • Preservation: The Hammond-Harwood House is an architectural gem. As an example of adapting European grand design to the American colonies in 1774, the house is unique. “The most beautiful door in America” graces its entrance. Architecture, Collection
  • History: Within the walls of this home, families raised their children, enslaved people worked every day to perform the tasks necessary for their owners’ graceful living, nearly impoverished sisters held onto the property by renting out rooms to Naval Academy professors. Babies were born, mothers chatted over tea, fathers gambled away fortunes. The past of those who lived in the Hammond-Harwood House is a social history that informs our lives today in the 21st About
  • Education: The many programs offered at the Hammond-Harwood House are made possible by gifts and grants from those who support the mission of preservation and education. School children visiting; tourists learning about architecture, colonial portraits, and stunning Federal furniture; local residents enjoying programs focusing on history – all benefit from the many and varied offerings throughout the year. Events, Education
  • Economics: Annapolis is known as a place to visit because of its historic atmosphere and many well-preserved homes and public buildings. The Hammond-Harwood House as an example of superb preservation contributes to the economic engine of tourism.

Thank you for the important role you play in making it possible for the Hammond-Harwood House to continue its centuries-long impact.