Woodlawn Manor Living History Museum

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Facility:Woodlawn Manor Living History Museum
Description:Woodlawn Manor Living History Museum offers a variety of education programs and hands on history field trips keyed to curriculum (K-8) and environmental studies for groups of all ages. Historic Woodlawn Manor is an 18th century brick manor house with stone barn, slave log cabin, dairy & smokehouse, general store, carriage house one-room school, and gazebo garden surrounded by extensive meadows, woodland trails, pond and streams. Woodlawn's stone barn was thought to be a stop on The Underground Railroad and Woodlawn's Slave Log Cabin and UGRR Trail programs are available. Other multi-cultural programs such as Wampanoag Ways and Woodland Native American Lifeways are presented.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:16501 Norwood Road
Address 2:
City:Sandy Spring
State/Province:MD
Zip Code:20860
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Hours:Programs Mon thru Fri 10:00am to 1:00pm. Must be scheduled in advance.
Admission:Admission fees vary according to the type of programs requested and grade level.
Telephone:(301) 570-5722
Website:Visit Website
R E V I E W S
Lisa Cregger, Co-op Member
Woodlawn Manor Museum Living History Museum has moved to Brookevile Academy, #5 High St (Georgia Ave), Brookevile, Maryland 20833

Wonderful hands-on history field trips for elementary students keyed to curriculum.

Reservations: WoodlawnManorMuseum@comcast.net
http://WoodlawnManorMuseum.com
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