Town of Hamilton

Founded:

Mid-1700s

Population:

506

Historic Fun Fact:  

Hamilton is a part of the Goose Creek Historic District and was settled by Quakers in the 1800s and was once called Harmony.  

Call it Like a Local:

Today, the wine cluster that runs through Hamilton is referred to as the Harmony Cluster as a nod to the past.

Known For:  

True small-town atmosphere, hospitable residents and as its former namesake suggests, the underlying spirit of harmony.

Hidden Gems:

The breathtaking wooden beams of the restored 106-year-old bank barn that serves as the tasting room for The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards.

Local Favorites:

Wegmeyer Farms, Lowry’s Crab Shack, Hunters Run Winery, Hamilton Station Gastropub