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Hammond Harwood House offers special events

| March 22, 2015, 01:01 PM | 0 Comments

Easter Egg Hunt & Animal Tours at the Hammond-Harwood House Museum

Hammond-Harwood DiningSaturday March 28 2-4pm

Did you know that the King Charles spaniel dog were originally owned by royalty or that parrots were used as a symbol of wealth? In this family friendly tour participants will join an animal tour of the house and hear how animals symbolize different things in our collection items such as paintings, chairs, and everyday objects. After the tour children will go on an Easter egg hunt out in the garden and have the opportunity to paint the eggs using pictures of animals they saw in our collection items as inspiration. Children will be able to take home a painted wooden egg and crafts made at the event to be a keepsake for families for years to come.

$15 per child $10 per members children, parents free. Members of the museum & those who sign up that day will receive two free glasses of wine with child’s admission price. Non-member parents will receive one free glass of wine with child’s admission price.

For reservations please call 410-263-4683×12 or e-mail [email protected]. The museum is located at 19 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401.

Full Moon Tours at the Hammond-Harwood House Museum

Friday April 3 tours at 7pm and 8pm.

Night was a perilous time in the early America as thieves, wayward travelers, and even evil spirits lurked around the corner for our early ancestors. Families in early America engaged in a process of shutting in barring the front door and retreating to the inner sanctity of family life. While others choose to frequent taverns and frolic in the night much to the distress of proper society.

On this interactive tour visitors will learn about what night was like during the early 19th century when the beautiful Frances Townley Chase Loockerman lived on the property with her eccentric husband Richard and their young family. Visitors will hear about the rise and fall of this Annapolitian family while under the cover of twilight in the Hammond-Harwood House.

Tours times at 7 & 8pm. Wine and beer can be available for purchase starting at 6pm. $15 pp $10 members. Ages 12+ To make reservations call 410-263-4683x 12 or e-mail [email protected]. The Hammond-Harwood House Museum is located at 19 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401.

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