Sandy Spring Museum
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OUR STORY & HISTORY
At Sandy Spring Museum, it’s all about the community. Everything we do, every milestone we celebrate, every artifact and exhibit is here for the community and because of the community. The museum is a place where people can develop meaningful connections by exploring community history through the visual, literary, and performing arts. In recent years we have evolved from a traditional history museum into a dynamic, participatory cultural arts community center.
Member EventsFriday Apr 26, 2019John Shields, owner of Gertrude’s Restaurant at the Baltimore Museum of Art, talks about his new book, The New Chesapeake Kitchen. ...read moreSaturday Apr 27, 2019Award-winning Colebrook Road, a standout string band and bluegrass powerhouse performs in Sandy Spring. ...read moreThursday May 2, 2019Saturday May 4, 2019Stop by Sandy Spring Museum and visit the studios of the eleven resident artists. ...read moreSaturday May 18, 2019The Sandy Spring Museum Garden Club invites you to immerse yourself in local flora, food and fine art by touring four fabulous local gardens. ...read moreSunday May 19, 2019Sunday May 19, 2019The WondeRoom is a free, dedicated space filled with experiential, hands-on, family-friendly activities. ...read moreSaturday Jun 1, 2019Stop by Sandy Spring Museum and visit the studios of the eleven resident artists. ...read moreSunday Jun 16, 2019The WondeRoom is a free, dedicated space filled with experiential, hands-on, family-friendly activities. ...read more
On the corner of Route 108 and Bentley Road