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This is a beautiful location to visit, tour and to have parties or weddings. My mother in law used to manage Mt. Harmon. She passed away several years ago, but there is a bench in her memory on the property overlooking the water; her favorite...More
We had our wedding five years ago at Mt. Harmon. Everything was perfect! We were married in the gardens and then had our reception in their education center. We had a band outdoors and a dance floor under a tent. Everybody that attended commented on...More
We visited Mount Harmon, a circa 1730 manor house, during the recent Maryland Home and Garden Pilgrimage in Cecil County. The home was restored by Mrs. Margerite du Pont De Villiers Boden who lived on the property for a time along with her daughter and...More
I was expecting an 18th century plantation house, but was surprised to discover a DuPont fantasia. Much of the house is reconstructed after several fires, so it did not turn out to be the period showcase I hoped for. However, the woman who did the...More
Friend recommended this plantation and I was not disappointed! Tour guide was great and so friendly. She even tailored the tour to fit our interested. View of water was perfect. So glad to have this in Maryland.
We were out for a ride a few weeks ago and stumbled upon Mount Harmon, but they were not open. We went back today for their Yuletide Festival. My husband and I really enjoyed it. The volunteers were very knowledgeable! The house is very interesting...More
A restored 18th Century Manor house with outdoor kitchen, tobacco prize house, formal boxwood garden, nature and hiking trails, and an education center on 200 of the most beautiful acres in the state of Maryland. There were many dozens of reenactors on hand to conduct...More
We have been here several times. it is worth the trip and really is a hidden gem! Imagine if the walls could talk and what was going on when this was a working plantation. I would recommend a visit and allow time to look around
The two-mile driveway provides a starting point for what was a grand manor home and a large plantation. The home which dates to the 1700's was brought back to 'life' in the 1960s and restored to the period with hand selected antiques and quality craftsmanship....More