Welcome to Mount Harmon Plantation, one of Maryland’s most beautiful historic sites. Mount Harmon is a tidewater plantation and nature preserve, and features a restored 18th century manor house, colonial kitchen, smoke house, formal boxwood garden, Carriage House Education & Discovery Center, tobacco barn, prize house, 200-acres of pristine open space, nature trails, and a spectacular waterfront setting.
Among its many programs, the plantation hosts guided and group tours, school field trips, an annual special event series, programs and lectures, hiking, kayaking, picnicking, as well as weddings, receptions, community and private events. Guided Manor House Tours & Self-Guided Tours of Gardens & Grounds are available May – October, Thursday ~ Sunday, 10am – 3pm. Tours are on the hour (last tour at 2pm).
COLONIAL LIVING HISTORY ENCAMPMENT
& OPENING WEEKEND: MAY 4 & 5!
STAY TUNED FOR NEWS ABOUT ALTERED JOURNEYS:
MOUNT HARMON’S SLAVE QUARTERS & AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY PROJECT!
Be sure to explore all that Mount Harmon has to offer, including our annual special events and membership opportunities, which offer fun and educational ways to experience Mount Harmon throughout the seasons. Plan to visit Mount Harmon and discover one of Maryland’s most beautiful Tidewater Plantations.