Museums
Beltsville, Maryland
Culture, History, Library, Science, Specialized
The men and women who have been inducted into the ARS Science Hall of Fame represent a very special group of scientists—the best of the best. The most recent inductees (September 2009) are dairy scientist Max J. Paape, geneticist J. Neil Rutger and soil scientist B.A. Stewart.
Odenton, Maryland
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Military, Specialized
The Fort George G. Meade Museum was established to collect, preserve, study and exhibit historical artifacts pertaining to the history of Fort George G. Meade. The Museum is dedicated "in proud memory of those members of the United States Army who died in the defense of Freedom".
Greenbelt, Maryland
History, Historical Society
The Greenbelt Museum opened its doors in 1987 as part of Greenbelt’s 50th anniversary celebration. The Friends of the Greenbelt Museum formed a non-profit corporation and restored an original Greenbelt row house that was purchased by the City of Greenbelt to be a museum. The Friends of the Greenbelt Museum, Inc. (FOGM) supports the educational activities of the Greenbelt Museum.
Savage, Maryland
General, History, Historic House, Park
Located in the scenic town of Savage, Maryland, Savage Mill is a Historic Cotton Mill that has been transformed into a vibrant and diverse complex of shops, galleries, exhibits and restaurants.
Laurel, Maryland
History
The Laurel Museum collects, preserves and displays objects, photographs, and archival material related to Laurel, Maryland. It is our intention to educate both local and non-local visitors about the history of the town of Laurel and the people, institutions and outside forces that formed the town.
Adelphi, Maryland
Art, Culture, Library, University
The Leroy Merritt Center for the Art of Joseph Sheppard honors Sheppard’s extraordinary work, underscores his lifelong devotion to creating and promoting classical art, and celebrates the legacy of Maryland philanthropist and businessman Leroy Merritt.
Laurel, Maryland
Botanical Garden, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Park
A fine example of Georgian architecture, popular in Maryland in the late 1700's, Montpelier Mansion sits on approximately 70 acres of beautiful parkland. Architectural and building construction details, as well as historical research, suggest that the house was constructed between 1781 and 1785.
Greenbelt, Maryland
Science
Fort George G. Meade, Maryland
History, Military, Science, Specialized
What is “Cryptology” anyway? The term has both defensive and offensive aspects. It is the term we use to refer to the arts and sciences involved in both protecting one’s information from unintended recipients, and also in exploiting an adversaries’ information.
Laurel, Maryland
History
College Park, Maryland
Art, Culture, History
The David C. Driskell Center is proud to present and preserve its collection of works by African American artists. The collection includes works by well known artists, such as Romare Bearden, David C. Driskell, Sam Gilliam, Jacob Lawrence, Keith Morrison, and Charles White. The Center's art collection will continue to grow through support from the Driskell Center Acquisition Fund.
College Park, Maryland
Library