• Horse and Carriage in front of Hampton NHS


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  • The Gardens at Hampton

    The Hampton gardens are in bloom. Come see and stroll through the historic gardens from 8:30 am to 5 pm daily.

  • New Tour Hours

    Beginning on Thursday, March 13, 2014, Hampton's mansion and farm buildings will be open for tours from 10 am - 4 pm, Thursday - Sunday.

  • 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 »

Cooperating Association

The mission of Historic Hampton, Inc. is to:

promote directly the historical, scientific, educational and interpretive activities of the Hampton National Historic Site and to accept contributions, or loans and otherwise engage in fundraising to finance and pay for the above mentioned activities in respect to which no funds from the Federal Government or other sources are available.

Historic Hampton, Inc.
535 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD 21286
Telephone: 410-828-9480
Facsimile: 410-828-9480

Visit Historic Hampton's website.


Hampton Improvement Association

Hampton National Historic Site is surrounded by a residential community of approximately 600 private residences. The community developed as the result of the Ridgely family subdivided their land starting in 1929 when they opened the Hampton Development Company.

The community association is the Hampton Improvement Association (HIA). Close neighbors and park partners you can learn more about HIA and events on their website.

Did You Know?

Milk Cows

The dairy business at Hampton once produced over 1,000 pounds of butter every year. The milk that the Ridgelys produced was mostly mixed into the slops for the pigs instead of being sold.