Without a direct link to a famous historic figure or event in American history, Hampton was the first site to be preserved by the National Park Service based on its architectural merit alone. The Hampton mansion boasts a grand eighteenth century Georgian design and a collection of paintings that spans
the many periods and styles of American artwork. Join a park ranger for a guided tour of the exterior of the mansion and learn more about the art and architecture of Hampton as examples of American grandeur and style. Through preservation, sites like Hampton continue to tell the story of America through cultural resources such as paintings, buildings, and landscapes.
This program is free and open to the public. Some light walking may be involved. ADA accessible. Parking is free on a limited first come, first serve basis. Reservations for this program are not necessary and will not be taken. For more information please call 410-823-1309 or visit http://www.nps.gov/hamp.