Settled by Quakers in 1725, this charming town offers many wonderful examples of historic architecture, including the town’s Friends Meeting House constructed in 1817.
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The Adventure Park offers family fun for ages 5 and up. This aerial forest adventure is fun, exciting and safe…
Offering professional productions year-round. One of only two State theatres in Maryland.
A collection of historical art and artifacts telling the story of African American history. A clipper ship, African hut, and…
A living history museum located in Sandy Spring, MD featuring a brick manor house, stone barn, outbuildings and extensive meadows,…
Upcoming Events in Town
Meet the artists at this holiday gift show reception. Special pricing, light refreshments and artist demo, in addition to the opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind handmade gifts and fine art. Shoppers looking for a unique holiday gift will find finely crafted, handmade items made by the Sandy Spring Museum Artisans who include quilter, Lauren Kingsland; silversmith EunJu Lee; painter Eileen Crowe; enamellist Sue Garten, and members of Sandy Spring Clay Works. Works for sale include quilts, pillows, jewelry, and pottery such as plates, bowls, mugs, and pots. Artist Courtney Miller Bellairs will also be exhibiting work from her show.
Artist Courtney Miller Bellairs will be exhibiting and selling work from her show, I See, a body of work based entirely on artifacts from the Sandy Spring Museum collection. Her graphic and bold compositions are photo collages of spice tins, old toys, wedding dresses, and household goods, produced in limited edition giclee prints. Special reception on Sunday, December 7 from 11 am " 3 pm.
Trolley Museum celebrates Black History Month with a special exhibit, Jim Crow on Streetcars, telling the stories of both 19th and 20th century efforts to establish racially segregated transit and to resist its establishment. Visitors may ride streetcars through Northwest Branch Park.