Tours of the Thomas Stone House

Historic structure with accessibility ramp and parking.
Tours start promptly at the far-end of the Thomas Stone House next to the accessibility ramp

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A tour of the Thomas Stone House reveals more than a series of elegant chambers and a collection of beautiful objects. The house is a reflection of experiences of the people who shared Thomas Stone's life as a planter, a lawyer, and a politician. Learn about the unique influences behind his decision to sign the Declaration of Independence and how that decision impacted his community for generations.

Tours offered on Saturdays and Sundays.

Tour Times:

  • 10:30 am (Visitor Center is closed from 10:20 am to about 11:10 am.)
  • 1:00 pm (Visitor Center is closed from 12:50 pm to about 1:40 pm.)
  • 3:00 pm (Visitor Center is closed from 2:50 pm to about 3:40 pm.)

Tour Instructions:

  • Visitors must request their tour participation at Visitor Center at least ten minutes before tour starts. If no requests are made for a tour time, that tour is cancelled.
  • Except for those with accessibility needs, all tour participants must park at the Visitor Center and make the ten-minute walk to the Thomas Stone House.
  • Tours start promptly at the accessibility ramp at the far end of the Thomas Stone House.
  • Late arriving participants cannot join a tour in progress.
  • The Visitor Center closes fifteen minutes prior a tour start time and reopens about fifteen minutes after the tour concludes.

Last updated: May 3, 2024

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

6655 Rose Hill Road
Port Tobacco, MD 20677


804-224-1732 x227

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