Need a stamp for your National Park Service passport? While the Visitor Center is closed, we are supplying visitors with stamps by request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about passport stamps.
**Please Note: The Visitor Center is currently closed due to COVID-19 safety precautions. There is also currently no costumed in-person demonstrations happening on the National Colonial Farm. The grounds of the colonial site, however, are open to visitors.
March – December
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday – Sunday
December – March
The farm and grounds are open for self guided tours; buildings and Visitor’s Center closed. Passport stamps are available for visitors at the Administrative Office Building.
Easter Sunday – Closed
Memorial Day – Open
Independence Day – Open
Labor Day – Open
Veterans Day – Open
Thanksgiving and Day After – Closed
November 1-March 31: 7 am-7 pm
April 1-October 31: 7 am-9 pm
Special group tours and facility rentals are available upon request.
The Administrative Office is closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. Administrative staff are currently working remotely, and can best be reached via email.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday The office will be closed on most federal holidays.
Take the Capital Beltway (I-495/95 S) or I-295 going south. From I-295 take exit 1A onto I-95 N/I-495 N/MD-210 toward Baltimore, follow signs for MD-210 S/Indian Head Hwy. From the Beltway, take exit 3 onto MD-210 S/Indian Head Hwy. Go approximately 9.2 miles. After you pass Farmington Road, you will take a right at the next stop light onto Livingston Road, by B&J Carryout. (Please note that there are a few Livingston Roads, and you should turn only after passing Farmington Road). Drive one block and turn right on Biddle Road. At the stop sign, turn left on Bryan Point Road and follow 3.5 miles, keep right to stay on Bryan Point Road and into the park entrance.
Directions from Route 301, Crain Highway
From Waldorf, turn onto Route 228 and follow seven miles to the end. Turn right (north) onto Indian Head Highway and move into the far left lane. Take the next left turn onto Livingston Road (look for B&J Carryout). Drive one block and turn right on Biddle Road. At the stop sign, turn left on Bryan Point Road and follow 3.5 miles, keep right to stay on Bryan Point Road and into the park entrance.
All visitors, including school buses, should follow the signs for visitor parking located near the Education Center. Parking spaces designed to accommodate visitors with accessible needs are available. The distance from the parking lot to the Visitor Center is less than 300 feet, and the distance to the fishing pier is less than 500 feet. The distance from the parking lot to the boat dock is 1363 feet. The boat dock is not universally accessible. The grades are gradual, and the gravel pathways are relatively well packed.
Wheelchairs are available at the Visitor Center for temporary use by visitors with the park. Loans are first come, first served. A driver’s license or state ID is required.
Accessible restrooms are available at the Visitor Center, and are open daily from dawn to dusk. Additional restrooms are available at the Education Center during special events and activities only.