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Dear Friends,


In the interest of public health and the wellbeing of our staff, volunteers, members and friends, The Glebe House Museum has postponed many of our programs and events. We are still hopeful that we will be able to open our season in May 2021 and will remain in contact through our website and social media. Please follow us on Facebook, as we plan to bring you new content through social media and share the treasures of the Glebe House from a distance. We will send updates about our special events, programs and workshops as they become available.


The Gertrude Jekyll Garden remains open to the public, 7 days per week, dawn-dusk. Please remember to practice social distancing while enjoying the garden and be mindful that our volunteer gardeners may be on-site, working individually, to keep the garden beautiful for visitors. We welcome you to bring your beloved pets, however we ask that you pick up after them.


During this time of uncertainty, the Museum needs your support now more than ever.

As a small non-profit we rely on special events, programs, workshops and visitation to help us achieve our mission and continue to serve our community. As many of our programs and events have had to be postponed or canceled due to the current health crisis we find ourselves, temporarily without much needed revenue.

Your support at this time is crucial. Please consider renewing your support now by making a gift to aid in our operating needs.


Thank you for your understanding at this time!


Please feel free to contact us via email at


49 Hollow Road

Woodbury, CT 06798



November - April: The Museum is closed for the season. The Museum will reopen for regular tours in May. 

The Gertrude Jekyll Garden:  Open year round, 7 days per week, dawn-dusk, for self-guided tours.

*Please follow proper "social distancing" when visiting. 

Museum Admission:


Children under 12: Free

Garden Suggested Donation - $2.00

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