Holidays at Hampton...A Yuletide Celebration
Tour the mansion by candle light! Hampton will be open Friday, December 13th and Saturday, December 14th evening from 6 pm - 8:30 pm. Bring the family and tour the mansion without a guide. Click the "Schedule of Events" for special holiday programs.
NEW GUIDED TOUR HOURS
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, tours of the mansion and farm site's buildings are offered on FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY ONLY from 10 am to 4 pm. Buildings are closed to the public Monday through Thursday. Grounds are open daily from 8:30 am to 5 pm.
Vistior Contact Station Update-Construction Advisory
Phase III will continue as designed and this is the longest phase of the project. The Entrance Road and Parking Area will be defined. PARKING IS VERY LIMITED AND BUSES ARE PROHIBITED FROM THE MANSION'S PARKING LOT AND PARKING ANYWHERE ON THE SITE. More »
Visitor Contact Station Construction Update
Hampton National Historic Site
Visitor Contact Station Project Updates as of April 5, 2013
!!Please Excuse our Dust and Noise during Construction!!
There is heavy construction traffic, so please use caution when visiting the park.
The contractor has finished installing the 850 foot of sewer line. Testing will be conducted this week on the system. Thus completing phase two of the project. Phase three is in progress with the grading of the new entrance road and parking area. BG& E has completed the installation of the electrical service to the site and will be ready for when the building needs service. The natural gas services are 75% complete and should be finished in the next few days.
Upcoming Two Weeks
Phase III will continue as designed, this is the longest phase where the road and parking area will be defined. A lot of truck traffic will be occurring with the hauling off of rock and supplying the road bedding material. The Visitor Contact Stations grading has also begun, making way for the foundation to be installed.
Thank you and enjoy your visit.
Did You Know?
The fifth mistress, Helen Stewart Ridgely, visited the White House frequently because she was a school friend of President Theodore Roosevelt’s wife, Edith.