Woodlawn Manor Living History Museum in Montgomery County, Maryland offers a variety of educational
programs keyed to social studies curriculum and environmental studies for students and groups of all ages...especially elementary
grade levels. The programs are a resource in experiential environmental education (EEE) and are presented both inside
the historic manor and outside on the grounds and miles of woodland trails. These venues allow students to participate
in authentic learning experiences at WMM and in the great outdoors. See our Field Trip Program Listings in the menu
and schedule your class or grade level for a program keyed to their grade in social studies or science. Local lore suggests
that the Woodlawn Stone Barn c 1832 was a stop on The Underground Railroad!
The North Star Challenge Course for Human Relations and Team Building (light activities) or The Underground
Railroad Experience Trail Hike for school staff Human Relations Day Activities may be reserved in August or September.
Schools or businesses should reserve dates early and may include a cookout.
Historical Teas and Traces of the Underground Railroad are also presented to groups by reservation
on Wednesday afternoons. Special event teas and Birthday Party Theme Teas for children are available by reservation
only. Participate in Tea & History!
Olney Art Association (OAA) will present their Annual
2011 Art Show at Woodlawn Manor in the afternoons from 12 - 4:00 pm November 5th thru
the 13th. Free. The Reception with refreshments will be Sunday, November 6th from noon to 4:00 pm. The OAA art work hanging in the manor is for sale.
Summer Camp groups and others may reserve Day Programs at Woodlawn
in the summer months as well...see Field Trip Scheduling & More on the menu.
The North Star Challenge Course / Team Building
Joe Howard, MCPS retired, Volunteer on Human Relations Day