Thursday, June 24, 2021

Hampton History Museum Resumes Regular Hours

HAMPTON—The Hampton History Museum has returned to full operating hours. Visitors can explore more than 400 years of Hampton’s past in the galleries. The special, artifact-rich exhibit, “Hampton One: Building, Working, and Racing on the Water,” features a restored 1947 Hampton-One Design sailboat in the museum’s lobby.

Operating hours for the museum are Monday–Saturday, 9am–5pm, and Sunday, 1–5pm. Admission for adults is $5. Children ages 4–12 are $4 and children under 4 are free. Seniors (62+), active military members, employees of NASA, and AAA members are $4.

For additional information, call 757-727-1102, or visit

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