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A very unique house for its time

The only way to see the inside is with a guided tour. The antiques are very well preserved. The... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Boomerang025
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A Glance into the Past

This home is lovingly restored with authentic pieces (still in progress) and lots of stories. Worth... read more

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The Hammond Harwood House is the Jewel of Annapolis, preserved intact since 1774. In addition to its magnificent, perfectly preserved architecture inside and out, this National Historic Landmark contains an outstanding collection of John Shaw...more
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19 Maryland Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401-1626
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The only way to see the inside is with a guided tour. The antiques are very well preserved. The architecture was very unique for its time because of the angles and location of the kitchen. Our Docent, Paul Murphy, was very knowledgeable and shares his...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This home is lovingly restored with authentic pieces (still in progress) and lots of stories. Worth a visit.

Thank Chicagoneenie
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very informative hour long tour of this historic colonial house. Our docent, Paul, was very knowledgeable and did a nice job at explaining the history of the house and locals of the time. The house was very well decorated and in excellent condition throughout.

Thank Matt B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This has has wonderful architecture and the woodwork is amazing. If you have AAA, they give a discount. It was very warm so we did not spend alot of time outside but that was okay. Our guide was very animated and knowledgable. Highly recommend if...More

Thank stephanie m
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Annapolis has superb restaurants and an amazing port, but it also has great historic sites too. The Hammond-Harwood House is a hidden treasure with a great history. The tour guide was great. A must see.

Thank JohnBCowgill
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We greatly enjoyed our hourlong tour. The guide was friendly and shared a lot of interest history about the home and the people of that time period. It was cool to see a Rembrandt painting of George Washington from the last year of Washington’s life...More

Thank rynoelway
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

this house has the most amazing and outstanding woodwork both inside and out. the story of the house is fascinating. The furnishings are appropriate .

Thank Yorkriver
Reviewed 27 May 2018

Our docent was Sharon and she was VERY knowledgeable and excited to share the history of the architect, the owners, their genealogy and the life events during the time of the building of this home. The home is still a residential home and tours are...More

Thank kedheim
Reviewed 10 May 2018

See Thomas Jefferson's hand sketch of this building to better understand what he was thinking when he designed Monticello. From the books in the bookstore look up the Villa Capra "La Rotunda", Palladio's famous work in Vicenza, Italy and you will see the similarities between...More

Thank rebvio
Reviewed 17 April 2018

An example of what the wealthier colonial inhabitants of Annapolis enjoyed living in. Very knowledgeable guide. Small gift shop. Only available to visit with guided tour that lasts about 50 minutes.

Thank dkavan11
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