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Hammond-Harwood House

19 Maryland Ave., Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 263-4683

About Hammond-Harwood House

The Hammond-Harwood House is a museum of 18th century architecture and art standing as a testament to the importance of preservation to the residents of Annapolis, and America. Built in 1774, this National Historic Landmark presents a window into the lives of the people who built the house, lived in it, and ensured that it would be enjoyed by future generations for years to come. Tours of the House highlight its refined design, unique history, and incomparable collection of paintings by Charles Willson Peale and furniture by John Shaw.



- Family Friendly

- Minimum Group:


- Reservation Recommended

- Reservations Required

- Specials/Coupons for Groups



- Sunday

12pm - 5pm

- Monday


- Tuesday

12pm - 5pm

- Wednesday

12pm - 5pm

- Thursday

12pm - 5pm

- Friday

12pm - 5pm

- Saturday

12pm - 5pm

- Discounts

Children Ages 12 & Under , Group Discount , Senior , Student ,

- Payment Methods Accepted

Cash, Check, Discover, Master Card, Visa,

Beautiful home, great tour guides
Enjoyed visiting this home as they were getting ready for a Dutch Christmas. Our tour guides were knowledgeable and entertaining. They gave us a lot of interesting information about the house and... Read Full Review
Home of one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.
A perfectly beautiful historic home with a beautiful portrait of a young lady with her doll and the doll is still sitting on it’s original bed. I Love it at Christmas time as it is beautifully... Read Full Review
Historic Home
We didn't do the full tour but rather visited with a tour guide who had limited access to the first floor. We got the history of the home as well as touring a few of the lower rooms. The bit that... Read Full Review

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Architect and Apprentice
Hammond-Harwood House

Architect and Apprentice

April 2, 2018

The exhibition focuses on the narrative of William Buckland, the architect of Hammond-Harwood House, and his relationships forged with apprentice and craftsmen. Exhibition runs April 1 to December 31. Free and open to the public during normal tour hours.