Dec 1, 2006

Under the plaster at Hampton Mansion

The National Park Service has opened up some of the walls of the farm buildings at Hampton National Historic Site in Towson, Maryland. It's a lot more interesting to look at than plaster. Pictured above is the interior of a cabin and two views from inside the (overseer's) farmhouse. Part of the farmhouse predates the mansion and is particularly interesting both on the surface and under. The mansion proper remains closed, but the farm is open and well worth a visit.