Sandy Spring Museum offers a unique setting with historic ambiance in a handsome modern facility and an exceptional courtyard garden.
The Sandy Spring Museum, situated in northeastern Montgomery County, Md., was founded in 1981 as the established community of farms, pastureland and winding roads were undergoing suburban transformation. The museum’s mission is to invite visitors to leverage the past to shape their future, using Sandy Spring’s historical legacy rich in social reform, innovation, education, and cultural achievement as a springboard. Our award-winning facility supports exhibits, research, education programs, and special events. The Sandy Spring Museum is a 501 (c) (3) organization.
The Museum also has 3 event rooms and an outdoor courtyard available for rental. For more information please visit www.sandyspringmuseum.org.
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10 Reviews for Sandy Spring Museum
Recommended by 97% of couples
Jaimee · Married on 10/11/2014
The Sandy Spring Museum was the perfect pick for our wedding! The venue was so beautiful and its layout was perfect to host a wedding. The venue has a courtyard, a hall area, and an octagon room. These three areas gave our wedding guests plenty of room to move about and enjoy outside and inside. Additionally, there is an amazing Quaker musuem that our wedding guests were free to visit.Sent on 10/30/2014
User3643574 · 2+ years ago
The staff could not be more helpful. Katie and her co-workers and interns went above and beyond what was required to make this day perfect.Sent on 10/30/2013
Charlene · event on: 10/19/2013
We had wonderful event at the museum. Everyone from age 2 to 80+ had a great time indoors and outdoors. All of the museum staff was extremely accommodating and friendly. We will definitely be back to host future events and celebrations. It is the perfect location for a 60-80 guest event. Our event was a catered retirement luncheon but that option was not available on the drop-down menu.Sent on 11/06/2013
Great venue for small celebrations. Conveniently located to Montgomery and Howard County. A local Museum in a country setting.