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The Glebe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden proudly offers a number of programs that allow you to experience history first hand.​

Personalized Tours & Education 


Schools and Children's Groups

Programs can be tailored to the needs of your group of 10 or more students but in general will last about 1.5 hours and include a tour of the Museum, a “What’s It” session, Colonial games and/or a hands-on craft project.


Garden Clubs, Church Groups, and other Adult Groups

Groups of 10 - 36 people are easily accommodated in tours which last 1 to 1-1/2 hours focusing on 18th century life, Episcopal Church history, or the Gertrude Jekyll garden.


Outreach - COMING SOON!

Presentations emphasizing Glebe House History and the Gertrude Jekyll Garden are available as Virtual Programs or in-person at your location.



Summer Programs

The Glebe House Museum and Gertrude Jekyll Garden summer programs are innovative, exciting, enriching, and fun!  

Call to register:  (203) 263-2855

or email:

Experience what life was like for the families that lived at the Glebe during the Revolutionary War era. Learn to give guided tours, candle making, quill writing, open hearth cooking,colonial crafts, visit area museums, learn about the Gertrude Jekyll Garden and have lots of fun!

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