Hogshead

Hogshead At Hogshead, visitors learn what life was like for the “lower and middling sort” in early Maryland through an interactive experience with guides dressed in colonial attire and authentic and reproduction artifacts.

Thank you to our Historic Annapolis volunteers for the lovely May Day basket at 43 Pinkney!
05/02/2019

Thank you to our Historic Annapolis volunteers for the lovely May Day basket at 43 Pinkney!

Hogshead will be CLOSED on Sunday, April 21. Please visit us on Saturday from 12 pm - 4 pm for some fun and free living ...
04/16/2019

Hogshead will be CLOSED on Sunday, April 21. Please visit us on Saturday from 12 pm - 4 pm for some fun and free living history!

Visit Hogshead today til 4 pm!
03/31/2019

Visit Hogshead today til 4 pm!

Join us at Hogshead today for more #MDDay weekend fun! 43 Pinkney Street until 4pm

Hogshead's cover photo
03/28/2019

Hogshead's cover photo

On Sunday, March 31 at Hogshead, visit with Catherine Futier (portrayed by Nastassia Parker). Catherine will tell you wh...
03/27/2019

On Sunday, March 31 at Hogshead, visit with Catherine Futier (portrayed by Nastassia Parker). Catherine will tell you what Annapolis was like for a free black woman in the 18th century, and how she made her living by taking in laundry and mending.
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Stop by 43 Pinkney Street this Sunday and celebrate #MarylandDay - Hogshead is free and open to the public from 12 pm to 4 pm.
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About our interpreter: Nastassia Parker began to volunteer her weekends at George Washington’s Mount Vernon as a junior interpreter at the age of 9, which began her journey into the world of reenacting and historic interpretation. She has portrayed various notably famous and unknown figures, such as Ona Judge, Sally Hemings, Jemima Banneker, Nancy Prince, Charlotte Page, Beulah Buckner, Maria Boston, Rebecca (an enslaved woman involved in the Battle of the Ice Mound during the War of 1812), and Beck (an enslaved seamstress from Historic London Town).

Step back in time at Hogshead this weekend! Celebrate #MarylandDay and learn about things like carpentry, spinning, and ...
03/26/2019

Step back in time at Hogshead this weekend! Celebrate #MarylandDay and learn about things like carpentry, spinning, and baking in the 18th century!

Our colonial tradesmen and women will be happy to show you their skills. You can even help sew a replica of the John Shaw Flag, Maryland's first flag for the new United States!​

Hogshead will be open on Saturday, March 30 from 12 pm - 4 pm, free of charge.

Hogshead will reopen for the season THIS SATURDAY, March 23! Stop by and see what the craftsmen and women have been up t...
03/19/2019

Hogshead will reopen for the season THIS SATURDAY, March 23! Stop by and see what the craftsmen and women have been up to all winter. Hogshead is open from 12 pm - 4 pm on weekends and offers free living history for all ages.

Come see us for our #openingday!

03/14/2019
Four Rivers Heritage Area

We are so looking forward to celebrating #MarylandDay on March 30 and 31! Be sure to stop by the Paca House and Garden and Hogshead to experience Maryland.

Join us for Maryland Day Weekend, March 29th-31st. Featuring over 40 different locations in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County with FREE OR $1 ADMISSION. Experience the local history, culture and heritage of the region with your family and friends.

View locations and more information at www.marylandday.org

Thank you for a great 2018 - Hogshead is now closed for the season. We will see you in March 2019!
12/31/2018

Thank you for a great 2018 - Hogshead is now closed for the season. We will see you in March 2019!

Stop by Hogshead this weekend during the HA Holiday Open House! Our Hogshead volunteers will be making merry from 3 pm t...
12/11/2018

Stop by Hogshead this weekend during the HA Holiday Open House! Our Hogshead volunteers will be making merry from 3 pm to 6 pm on Saturday, December 15.

Cost for both Hogshead and the William Paca House and Garden: $10 Adult; $5 Children (free for children 3 and under); Free for HA Members and Volunteers.

Walkups welcome, or register here: https://bit.ly/2EqsT4Y

#GivingTuesday is here! Help Historic Annapolis continue providing you with an enriched and special museum experience.
11/27/2018

#GivingTuesday is here! Help Historic Annapolis continue providing you with an enriched and special museum experience.

It's easy to double your impact on #GivingTuesday - donate to Historic Annapolis today and Facebook and Paypal will match your donation. Just click the Donate button!

Historic Annapolis
10/07/2018

Historic Annapolis

If you are visiting the boat show today, take a stroll to Hogshead on Pinkney Street where you’ll find “Mercy” today, Noon to 4 pm. This indentured servant will share the history of our fair Annapolis at this hands-on living history gem. The Museum is also open to see the Freedom Bound Exhibit. The Paca House is closed for a private event. We hope to see you today!

Hogshead's cover photo
08/23/2018

Hogshead's cover photo

Hogshead
07/09/2018

Hogshead

Address

43 Pinkney Street
Annapolis, MD
21401

Opening Hours

Saturday 12:00 - 16:00
Sunday 12:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(410) 267-7619

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