Glebe Announces Receipt of CT Cultural Fund Grant
The Glebe House Museum Receives CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grant from CT Humanities Woodbury, CT — Connecticut Humanities, the statewide, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), has awarded a CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grant 2022 to theGlebe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden. As we head into a new season of preservation & education, we are proud to announce the receipt of a CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grant for 2022
Marshall Children Program Resumes This Spring!
JOIN THE MARSHALL CHILDREN AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM AT THE GLEBE HOUSE MUSEUM AND BE A PART OF HISTORY THAT LIVES! Woodbury: Become part of living history at the Glebe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden - join the Marshall Children Young Docent Program. Here is your chance to really learn about what life was like for families who lived here in Connecticut during the Revolutionary War. You will learn to conduct guided tours of the museum in period costumes and will be taught
Summer Experience 2022 Registration Open!
The Glebe House Museum announces 2022 Summer Experience for Children weeks! STEP INTO ANOTHER TIME… Enjoy unique summer experiences, filled with fun and hands-on learning at our 18th century historic site. The staff includes talented educators who work to provide a safe and rich environment for children. Programs are designed to be accurate, interactive, exciting and to stimulate further interest in history, horticulture, early American trades and the arts. Summer Experience