The Museum is Currently Closed to the Public
Our Executive Director, Barbara Goyette shares a little background on the Hammond-Harwood House and the impact of Covid-19 on the museum in an interview with The Annapolis Spy. Read the full article here.
Seniors, AAA & students: $8
St. John's students, USNA Midshipmen and museum professionals: free of charge.
60 Min. Regular Guided Tour: Join us for a 60 minute guided tour with an emphasis on the history of the house and its architect, the families who lived at the site, and the collections contained within the museum. This tour includes the main house, garden and old kitchen.
30 Min. Guided tour of the main house: A brief overview of the history of the house and its architect, the families who lived at the site, and the collections contained within the museum. The old kitchen and garden are not included in this brief tour.
60 Min. Visit of Exhibitions and Garden: Enjoy a FREE self guided tour of Slavery at the Hammond-Harwood House exhibit and the Decadent Décor: Global Imports in an Early American Port City exhibition. Or just enjoy the Hammond-Harwood House Garden. Tour of the House is not included.
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com
--The business office is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm.
Groups of 10+ by appointment
Group Tours are currently unavailable due to Covid 19 restrictions.
For visitors with special needs, please call for individual arrangements.
By appointment only
HHH Members: $15
Are you an architecture student or buff? Schedule an in-depth, two-hour tour of the architecture of the Hammond-Harwood House.
Tours by Request
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Price: varies per tour
The Hammond-Harwood House offers a long list of tours that are available by request. Topics range from life in 19th century Annapolis to in-depth looks at paintings and artists to uncovering hidden treasures on the estate. A full list of tours by request can be found here.
Check calendar for schedule
Price: varies per tour
Special tours are offered throughout the year focusing on a variety of topics. Check the events calendar to see what's coming up and make your reservation now!
Upcoming Spotlight Tours
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.
Step back in time with Curator Rachel Lovett and Food Historian Joyce White to learn about the cooking and dining traditions of the 19 th century residents of Hammond-Harwood House, both free and enslaved.
Learn about the cooking and dining traditions the 19 th century residents of Hammond-Harwood House, both free and enslaved, practiced.