Thank you Bill Dunn.

Visit this fully restored late-Victorian house on the National Register of Historic Places for a glimpse of the architecture and life-style of this era. See antique furnishings including a fainting couch, working foot-pump organ, working Edison phonograph, wood-burning heat stove and (electrified) wood-burning cook stove and others.

Hammond House
121 Shirley Street
P.O. Box 2114
Kingsport, TN 37662

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©1892-2005/15 30th November 2015

Hammond House Victorian Christmas Sunday, December 13, 2015 2-4pm
No admission fee but we very gratefully accept donations!!!
First time Hammond House has been open to the public for Christmas
House will be festooned with greenery, garlands, and other garden amusements volunteers who
      assist the NI and the XP with decorations will provide ours.
Refreshments in keeping with the era will be served (sweet breads, cakes, Devonshire cream)
John and Joy Mullen will provide Christmas carols.
Lamplight Theatre actors in period costume will provide entertainment as well.
Several Girl Scout troops will craft Victorian Christmas decorations for two trees.
Educational material about Victorian Christmas customs will be available.