Kennedy Farmhouse (John Brown Raid HQ)

The farmhouse served as staging area as John Brown and his army prepared for Harpers Ferry raid, during the summer of 1859. National historic landmark.
Kennedy Farmhouse Photo
The farmhouse served as staging area as John Brown and his army prepared for Harpers Ferry raid, during the summer of 1859. National historic landmark.

Hours

May-Oct: interior tours by appointment only.

Location

2406 Chestnut Grove Rd
Sharpsburg MD 21782
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  • Educational Resources Available
  • Family-Friendly
  • Free Parking
  • Group Tour Rates Offered
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Rated 4 by 821rext

August 13, 2020

821rext

Kind of Creepy!

Stopped on the way to Harper's Ferry..we were the only ones there..almost expected John Brown to walk out! I'm sure it looks identical to the way it looked to him back in the day..

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Rated 2 by Ira M

July 23, 2018

Ira M

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!

This site is only open by appointment. It's a long drive from anyplace else that you want to be, so don't go driving up there assuming you'll get in. Having just visited Harpers Ferry, we wanted to...

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Rated 5 by 736shelbyj

June 11, 2018

736shelbyj

Personal feelings toward this place.

I had family that lived here at one time according to my genealogy. I enjoyed the tour and talking to guide and then I received a personal guide tour.

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