Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park’s newest attraction is the Woodlawn Museum featuring multimedia exhibits throughout the 19th century stone barn. Interactive exhibits highlight the area’s agricultural landscape, the Underground Railroad, local free black communities and the Quaker experience in Montgomery County, revealed through the lives of the Woodlawn’s residents and enslaved laborers.
OPEN: April – November, Friday & Saturday 10 am – 4 pm, Sunday 12 – 4 pm
CLOSED: Easter, Thanksgiving, December – March
ADMISSION: $5 Adults, $4 Seniors & Children, Free Children 5 & under
Tickets can be purchased at the Visitor Center. A gift shop and restrooms are also available. Guided hikes/tours start at the Visitor Center.
The museum’s three floors of exhibits are designed for a self-guided experience. The building is ADA accessible via exterior entrances.
No food or drink is permitted- bottled water is allowed.
Private Group Tours: All group tours and hikes are suspended; not available through 2020. Information on 2021 will be available at a later date.
Please Note: The historic building does not have air-conditioning or heat.