Hampton National Historic Site

1790s mansion, gardens, farm, slave quarters and grounds tell the story of the families who lived and worked the estate for more than 150 years. A National Park Service National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom site.


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535 Hampton Ln
Towson, MD
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  • Free Parking
  • On-site Motorcoach Parking
  • Student Group-Friendly
Rated 5 by Alice

November 30, 2022


Interesting history of plantation life. Beautiful spot. Free admission.

Beautiful blue sky day made our visit to Hampton Mansion on Thanksgiving weekend even more special. Beautiful, peaceful, quiet location. National Park so free admission. We were lucky and arrived...

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Rated 4 by Y6980BSlisas

September 27, 2022


Quiet and peaceful on a Tuesday morning.

None of the buildings were open, which we knew in advance, but we still enjoyed the enormous grounds, the gardens, architecture. Would have appreciated knowing more of the history about ALL the...

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Rated 3 by davidlY7760MW

August 01, 2022


Wokeness and CRT reign at Hampton Manor

This is obviously a beautiful historic treasure and interesting to visit, but my visit was marred by a "woke" tour guide who spent the entire house tour talking about 'white privilege" and slamming...

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