Thomas Stone - National Historic Site
Welcome to Thomas Stone National Historic Site!
The Thomas Stone National Historic Site, also known as Haberdeventure or the Thomas Stone House, is a United States National Historic Site located in Charles County, Maryland. The site was established to protect the home and property of Thomas Stone, one of the 56 signers of the United States Declaration of Independence. His home and estate were owned by the Stone family until 1936.
Here, at Thomas Stone National Historic Site, visitors have an opportunity to connect with our nation's history in a peaceful, rural setting that's a world away from the hustle of nearby towns and cities. Take a tour of Stone's mansion, then stroll one of the park's trails, and immerse yourself in the quiet beauty of nature. There are many opportunities here for learning, having fun or just relaxing. Whatever you choose to do, we're glad to have you here and wish you a safe, enjoyable visit.
Thomas Stone NHS will be closed for its winter season between 12/24/18 and 3/16/19. It will reopen for the 2019 season on Sunday 3/17/19. For further information about park closing and reopening, please call 804-224-1732 or visit our Facebook page.