Travel back in time to learn how your family, friends, and neighbors may have lived. Imagine your surprise when you discover you haven’t traveled far from your backyard to your local park.
Things To Do
Please note, in the event of severe weather, please call ahead to confirm the park will be open before traveling to the site. Call 301-650-4373 for a recorded message of the most current park event hours.
Archeaologists find history from the ground up but, what do they actually do? Here's your chance to find out.
Underground Railroad Experience Trail
Montgomery Parks owns several historic sites you can visit - some have limited access, and some are open in partnership with non-profit groups.
Volunteers bring history to life!
Become a part of history as a volunteer History Guide. Exciting opportunities await you at one of our historic sites. Search for historic and cultural volunteer opportunities at ParksVolunteers.org and apply today! SSL hours are available for students who complete the training and conduct a minimum numbers of hikes/tours during the season.
Trail guides are needed to provide guided hikes for the Underground Railroad Experience Trail , and for historic site tours at: Kingsley Schoolhouse, Josiah Henson Park, Bussard Farmstead at the Agricultural History Farm Park and Oakley Cabin African American Museum.
Underground Railroad Trail Volunteer Guide FREE 2-Part Training
Saturdays, July 11 & July 18 | 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Training will be held at both Parkside Headquarters in Silver Spring and Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park in Sandy Spring. Online registration is required. Click here to complete an application.
Oakley Cabin African American Museum Tour Guide FREE 2-Part Training
Saturday, July 11 & July 25 | 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Training will be held at both Parkside Headquarters in Silver Spring and Oakley Cabin African American Museum & Park. Online registration is required. Click here to complete an application.
Lisa MacLeman, Group Tours & Public Programs
301-650-4373 | Lisa.MacLeman@montgomeryparks.org
Cassandra Michaud, Archaeologist
301-563-7532 | Cassandra.Michaud@montgomeryparks.org
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