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Hampton National Historic Site, Towson

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  • A beautifully maintained, loving curated national park!! Almost all of the art and artifacts are original to the Manor and the Ridgely family. My tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and gave the be...  more »
  • If you enjoy visiting historical sites you will enjoy Hampton Mansion. I like visiting local historical sites in or near my home and this was a great one. I learned quite a bit about the early residen...  more »
  • The house and grounds are very unique and interesting. We live nearby and have never visited but I am glad we read the reviews here which sparked our interest in a visit. The problem with the trip is ...  more »
  • Absolutely amazing national park site. This was one of the best tours we ever went on. The house is full of the history of Maryland and the tour guides are extremely knowledgeable.
  • Girlfriend and I took a tour of the house and is was great. Very knowledgeable tour guide and you're not rushed from room to room. Plenty of time to look around and gawk at all the incredible decor.
  • We took a tour of the mansion for Mother's Day. The mansion was beautiful, and the tea/cookies were amazing, but the tour guide ruined it for me. Whenever someone asked her a question, she was very condescending and kept repeating "I already went over this". She also picked me out to answer a question (which I did not volunteer to answer), and when I did not know the answer to her question she seemed irritated with me for not knowing. If it way for the tour guide I would give this place five stars.
  • Beautiful, relaxing, historic. Feels solemn due to palpable slavery history on site, but educational and respectful of our past, good and bad.
  • Enjoyed what we could see. Visitor center & Mansion is open Thursday - Sunday 9-4. Ranger in the Mansion was very helpful and said she would contact the social media group for the updates.