Towards the north of the Hampton lane, you'll find a beautiful mansion located on the Hampton National Historic site. ... More
Hampton National Historic Site
Towards the north of the Hampton lane, you'll find a beautiful mansion located on the Hampton National Historic site. Visit the mansion to marvel at ancient paintings and antique furniture. The mansion has been installed with fire containment equipment, for which it is closed for an unspecified period of time. However, the farmhouse is open daily and that's exactly where you've got to head for any of the presentations held here. This is also where the Second Sunday program series takes place. On your way out, you can also make a trip to the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, located just twelve miles away.
The historic vessels and landmarks of this museum bring to life the history of American naval power. The US Coast
Guard Cutter Taney (surviving warship in Pearl Harbor), USS Torsk (fired last two torpedoes in World War II), the ...
This aquarium is perhaps the greatest attraction in Baltimore's celebrated Inner Harbor. The exhibits start small with samples of marine
life from local waters, but visitors soon find themselves eye to eye with sharks, rays and other very large ...
This stately mansion was built in 1801 by Charles Carroll Jr., whose father signed the Declaration of Independence. Today, the
home is a National Historic Landmark. The home is a sight to behold, with delicate moldings and period furnishings ...