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Thomas Stone National Historic Site, Port Tobacco

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
Thomas Stone National Historic Site is closed for the Winter season. Starting on Thursday, March 3, 2016 the regular hours of operation will be Thursday-Sunday, 10:00 am-4:00 pm.

The National Park Service maintains Thomas Stone National Historic Site and available resources include:

• Guided tours of the historic mansion.

• Two miles of hiking trails.

• A historic cemetery and several historic structures.

• Junior Ranger activities.

• A short film in the Visitor Center on the life of Thomas Stone.

• Exhibits relating to the Stone family and the natural history of Southern Maryland.

• Special events.
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  • Thomas Stone is one of the least known of America's founding fathers. Wealthy and very respected, Stone chose not to seek attention but serve his nation quietly in the shadows of Washington and Frankl...  read more »
  • We decided to give this a go once we read that Thomas Stone NHS was one of the least visited national park sites in the US (less than 6,000 visitors last year). There's a beautiful walking trail, and ...  read more »
  • I am a writer and photographer for National Park Planner ( and I visited Thomas Stone National Historic Site in April 2016. The park is located in Port Tobacco, Maryland, and was created in...  read more »
  • A fascinating "forefather," well-documented history of the house, & park-like grounds make this a great spot to spend an afternoon learning about early American culture or simply taking in nature.
  • The ranger tour of this home is not to be missed. We learned more fascinating historical facts in a 30 minute tour with this knowledgeable and charming ranger than we did from reading 50 history books. No dry facts here; he makes history comes to life.
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