News_2This year Mount Harmon is filled with opportunities for stewardship, education, and fun. True to its mission, Friends of Mount Harmon continues to shepherd in a new era of preservation and productivity. Visitors of all ages continue to discover Mount Harmon as a premiere heritage destination for recreation, education, and renewal. Thanks to support from good friends like you, Mount Harmon continues to grow and evolve. We have recently expanded our living history campus with reconstructed smoke house, tobacco barn, and slave quarters, to better bring to life our plantation and colonial history.

eagleBe sure to explore our website for information on special programs and events, and visit often. We have a wonderful array of programs planned to bring history and nature to life including an expanded special events series, workshop & program series, educations programs, guided manor house and nature tours, and much more.

If you are a FOMH member, thank you! Members help make it possible to preserve, operate, and maintain Mount Harmon. If you have not renewed your annual membership or joined FOMH yet, please join or renew today!  FOMH Members enjoy free admission, newsletters, special invitations and discounts, and your membership is tax deductible.

If you love history and nature, please consider joining our terrific team of volunteers. Volunteers are the life-blood of Mount Harmon and provide the vital assistance needed to make our programs possible. Volunteers are needed for everything from working in the gift shop and visitor center, to giving guided house tours and assisting with our school program and special events, to helping in the office and with mailings, to working on the gardens and grounds.

For more information about Mount Harmon, to receive a free brochure, sign up for Mount Harmon E-News, and to volunteer, contact 410-275-8819 or e-mail We look forward to seeing you often at Mount Harmon.


New this year we are featuring Walking Tours & Day Passes for these historic times purposely designed with safety and social distancing in mind to keep our visitors safe, and which give two great new ways to enjoy and explore Mount Harmon, one of Maryland’s most beautiful historic sites.

Click here for Mount Harmon Walking Tours & Day Pass Flyer!

Click here for Mount Harmon Walking Tours & Day Pass Press Release!




Click Here to check out this awesome video from the Mount Harmon Revolutionary Reenactment & Colonial Festival! Be sure to join us this year for our Mount Harmon Colonial Festival October 24 & 25!

Friends of Mount Harmon, P. O. Box 65, Earleville, MD 21919
410-275-8819 or via e-mail at
Mount Harmon Plantation, a scenic and historic treasure.