Hammond Castle Museum was built in the 1920s by inventor John Hays Hammond, Jr. as a home for his extensive collection of medieval artifacts and his research laboratory. The first 30 walk-in guests on Wednesday, September 22 will receive free admission for a self-guided tour of the Museum and the grounds. During your visit you can explore the expansive rooms, see the medieval architectural components and collections, and wander on the back lawn overlooking the ocean.
Special Instructions: Only the first 30 walk-ins will receive free admission. The Museum opens at 9:30am so try to arrive earlier in the day. The Museum is not handicapped accessible. Strollers, backpacks, food, and drinks are not allowed inside the Museum.