The Friends of Maxwell Hall, working with Charles County Recreation and Parks, have made all the preparations for your visit. For over 250 years, many different people have lived, worked and visited these grounds, and now it’s your turn. The land, the house, the barns, the history are all yours to unravel, to explore, to experience, to enjoy, to make your own. Let us know how we can assist you on this adventure.
Maxwell Hall is a 1768 colonial house, located within Maxwell Hall Park’s unspoiled 692 acres. The park was acquired by Charles County in 2007 and is managed by the Charles County Parks and Grounds Division. The park has 15 miles of hiking/equestrian trails with access to the Patuxent River. The trails are open every day of the year, however, the historic house is open to the public for special events listed on our Events page or by appointment.
The Friends of Maxwell Hall would like to invite the public to our Colonial Faire and Fall Festival on Saturday and Sunday, October 15th and 16th, 2022 from 10:00AM until 3:00PM. Entry to this event is free and located at:
17388 Teagues Point Road
Hughesville, MD 20637
Come celebrate the start of Fall by visiting Maxwell Hall and supporting the nonprofit Friends of Maxwell Hall. Enjoy 22 acres of colonial history with cannon firing, crafts & vendors, food, wine, rum, & beer tastings, continuous live entertainment, photo fun, and more!
Maxwell Hall is a historic home in Charles County Maryland built in the year 1768. Please see the Friends of Maxwell Hall for additional information.Click Here to Learn More