The 1788 home of Thomas Hays, "Father of Bel Air," retains much of its original features; depicts Maryland rural village gentry life.
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324 S Kenmore Ave
Bel Air, MD
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  • Family-Friendly
  • Free Parking
Rated 4 by 703BillB703

May 28, 2021


A historical patina on well-maintained grounds

Bel Air grew from the mid 18th Century, and the county seat is surrounded by older towns and historical places. Hayes House is considered one of the oldest structures in town at around 230+ years. It...

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Rated 4 by RMRM0713

February 13, 2020


Country living

Nice. A dozen eggs , yogurt, and creamer gifted in refrigerator was welcome.. Place was clean but entrance stairs covered with leaves. Was odd that the only bathroom was within one of the bedrooms...

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Rated 4 by travels4funalot

November 21, 2018


An Historical Gem in Bel Air, MD

I visited the Hays House Museum recently for a demonstration of hearth cooking in the 1800's and a tour of the house. I was very pleasantly surprised by the three ladies dressed in period clothing...

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