National Park Service Opens Visitor Contact Station at Hampton Historic Site

04 May 2015
Press Releases

Photo courtesy of the Baltimore Sun

On April 24th, Hampton National Historic Site held a grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting for the new 2,400 SF Visitor Contact Station. The $2M station will provide orientation to the visiting public about the park and surrounding historic sites in Baltimore County. The grand opening was celebrated as a part of National Park Week.

Henry Adams provided the MEP engineering design and commissioning services for the station, which houses maps, site history, gift shop , and restrooms. 

You can read more about the Visitor Contact Station here.