Greenbelt Museum

Explore the history of a 1930s suburban New Deal experimental planned community built by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Walking and group tours available
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Explore the history of a 1930s suburban New Deal experimental planned community built by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Walking and group tours available

Hours

Historic House: Sun, 1-5pm and by appt
Exhibit room: Daily, 9am-9pm
closed Christmas and New Year's Day.

Location

15 Crescent Rd
Greenbelt MD 20770
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  • Educational Resources Available
  • Family-Friendly
  • Free Parking
  • Group-Friendly
  • Guided Tours/Guide Available
  • Maximum Group Participants
    50
  • Student Group-Friendly
  • Tour Length
    45-90 mins.
Rated 5 by Margaret B

September 04, 2019

Margaret B

Hidden gem

I visited during the Greenbelt Labor Day Festival, when they had a special county fair exhibit. Knowledgeable docents who were very informative. Great to learn the Greenbelt story.

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Rated 5 by goodfooddoneright

January 02, 2018

goodfooddoneright

Great museum for grandchildren to see,

Great museum for grandchildren to see, Works Progress Administration (WPA), largest of the New Deal programs.to employ artists, writers, able to pursue their craft in ways they had not been able to...

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Rated 4 by M5107RNmichaelc

September 02, 2016

M5107RNmichaelc

Very interesting history of this community

What a lovely genuine experience to tour this original house from the era, our friends once lived in this community and it was great to understand the concept behind this community.

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