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Harmony Hall

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Harmony Hall, located in Fort Washington, Maryland, is managed by the United States National Park Service as part of the National Capital Parks-East system. Harmony Hall is a 2½-story Georgian country house built of red brick during the eighteenth century. It is surrounded by 65 acres (26 ha) of land on Broad Creek, a Potomac River tributary.

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https://www.nps.gov/haha/index.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harmony_Hall_(Fort_Washington,_Maryland) Harmony Hall, located in Fort Washington, Maryland, is managed by the United States National Park Service as part of the National Capital Parks-East system. Harmony Hall is a 2½-story Georgian country house built of red brick during the eighteenth century. It is surrounded by 65 acres (26 ha) of land on Broad Creek, a Potomac River tributary. The 18th century Harmony Hall mansion is located on a 62.5-acre open pasture land estate along the Potomac River. This estate was purchased by the National Park Service in 1966, to preserve southern Maryland cultural heritage. Surrounded by a rich landscape, it offers visitors many chances to connect with Colonial History. The park also home to the remains of the Want Water House and canal. From the Capital Beltway (I495/95) take Exit 3 to MD 210 South/Indian Head Highway, travel approximately 4 miles to Fort Washington Road, turn right. At the traffic light, Livingston Road, turn right. The Harmony Hall Regional Center will be on your left. That is where you will need to park. After parking, when facing Livingston Road, go to your left and the park entrance is the next driveway. Fort Washington Visitor Center Harmony Hall does not have an active visitor center. For any questions or concerns please contact us at Fort Washington Visitor Center. Directions to Fort Washington Park: From Harmony Hall: Turn right out of the Regional Center, turn right at the traffic light which is Fort Washington Road, continue to park entrance. From I-95/495 take exit 3, Indian Head Higway South/MD 210. Travel about 4 miles to Fort Washington Road, turn right. The park is located at the end of the road. Harmony Hall Mansion Photo Harmony Hall Mansion East elevation of Harmony Hall Mansion Historic Harmony Hall Photo of Harmony Hall taken in 1938 Historic image of Harmony Hall, circa 1938. Want Water Ruins Ruins of a brick chimney and wall. Some areas of the park are unsafe and closed to the public. Harmony Hall Flowers on a tree with a large brick house in the background. Harmony Hall is a two and a half story Georgian style house built in 1723. Harmony Hall A large brick house with many windows. Harmony Hall has one of the oldest structures in Prince Georges County within its boundaries. Memorials for the Future Memorials for the Future, is a competition that aims to rethink the way we develop and experience memorials in Washington, D.C. Memorials for the Future Logo Natural Science, History, & Culture in the National Capital Area Learn more about your National Capital Area park through this guide to natural and cultural resource information. Cultural resource staff clean the Theodore Roosevelt memorial statue at Theodore Roosevelt Island. Sea Level Rise in the DC Area Learn about current and projected rates of sea level rise in the greater DC area, based on local water level data collected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) A tall white cylinder attached to a wooden pier with Hains Point in the background.

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