Thursday, December 1, 2022

Hampton History Museum Resumes Regular Hours

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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 www.hamptonhistorymuseum.org.

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