Summer Open House
Sunday, August 19, 1-5pm/ All Ages/ FREE
Spend some time exploring the pristine setting of one of Howard County’s most beautiful historic sites. Nestled within a 68-acre natural setting, you are transported back to the 18th century as you come upon the stucco-covered Manor and its lush gardens, historic outbuildings, cemetery, aqua garden, carriage house, and original barn. Enjoy a walk through the Manor house and take a stroll through the grounds. Bring a picnic and enjoy the bucolic setting of Belmont. This unique site is not open daily for public tours, so this is your chance to see what everyone is talking about!
Holiday Open House
Sunday, December 2, 1-5pm / All Ages / FREE
Transport yourself back to the 18th century while touring Belmont Manor, festively adorned for the holiday season with greens and decorations throughout the entire first floor. Nestled within a 68 acre natural setting, Belmont’s 1738 era Manor is surrounded by numerous other outbuildings, a cemetery, carriage house and an original barn. Pick up a holiday gift at our gift shop, indulge in holiday refreshments, and take a history tour of the property led by Belmont historian Fred Dorsey. Enjoy a holiday nature craft, participate in the scavenger hunt and meet the animals at the Carriage House hosted by the Howard County Conservancy, and their resident Eastern Screech Owl, Belle!
Holiday Open House
Sunday, December 9, 3-6pm / All Ages / FREE
“Join Belmont Manor and the Howard County Conservancy as they take a step back in time to celebrate the holidays while touring the ca. 1738 Belmont Manor.
This 18th century Manor, surrounded by historic outbuildings and a cemetery on 68 acres of farmland, is adorned for the holiday season with greens and other period decorations throughout the entire first floor. Enjoy period music and colonial reenactors as you stroll through the magnificently adorned rooms. (Wine and beer will be sold by the Conservancy). Pick up a holiday gift at our gift shop, say hello to Belle the Eastern Screech Owl or take a history tour of the property led by Belmont historian Fred Dorsey. Light refreshments will be available.