49 Hollow Road

Woodbury, CT 06798

203-263-2855 office@glebehousemuseum.org

Summer Registration Open Now

March 31, 2020

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*Please note: For the safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers the Museum is currently closed to the public. We will resume regular activities as soon as it is safe to do so. 



November - April 30: 

The Museum is open for special events and by appointment only.

Please call the Museum Office to schedule group tours. 

May 2020: 

The Museum resumes regularly scheduled tour hours.

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

Admission: Adults-$7.00


                  Garden Only-$2.00

Contact Us 


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

We are happy to work with children of all ages and their teachers or leaders to design appropriate programs. Groups may sign up for a general tour (30 minutes), a hands-on tour (60 minutes), or an in-depth workshop (90 minutes).


Garden Clubs, Church Groups, and other Adult Groups

Groups of up to 45 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!)

We'll come to your group meeting with a slide presentation emphasizing Colonial History, the Jekyll Garden, or the birth of the Episcopal Church in Amerca at the Glebe House.


Summer Programs

The Glebe House Museum and Gertrude Jekyll Garden summer programs are innovative, exciting, enriching, and fun! New experiences to come in 2019. 

Call to register:  (203) 263-2855

or email:  office@glebehousemuseum.org

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!