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 1380 Piccard Drive , Rockville, MD, US, 20850

  • Phone: (301) 590-9880
  • Fax: (301) 590-9614
3.7 out of 5 (221 reviews)
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Arts & Museums

»Latvian Museum

Exhibits on Latvian history and culture. Open first Sunday each month, 12 -2 pm and by appointment/ /for individuals and groups. Admission by donation; free parking/

400 Hurley Avenue
Rockville, Maryland 20850

»Stonestreet Museum/19th-Century Medicine

A one-room doctor's office, displays exhibits on 19th century medicine and the life of a country doctor.

103 West Montgomery Avenue
Rockville, Maryland 20850

»Peerless Rockville Historic Preservation

Rockville's historic preservation organization, mini-museum and visitors center located in an 1891 red brick courthouse.

29 Courthouse Square
Rockville, Maryland 20850

»Glenview Mansion Art Gallery

19th century home showcasing pieces by local and regional artists.

603 Edmonston Drive
Rockville, Maryland 20851

»Weiner Judaic Museum

Archaeological artifacts from the Middle East, antique and contemporary Judaica (Jewish ceremonial objects), and fine art make up this museum's collection. Open Sunday-Thrusday, 9am-10:30pm,Friday ,9am-5pm. Closed all Jewish Holidays.

6125 Montrose Road
Rockville, Maryland 20852

»Mansion at Strathmore

Exhibitions featuring works of prominent local artists and those from around the world are held all year around. Galleries are located on the first and second floors. Impressive collections of other well-known museums are made available for viewing as a result of its association with them. Interesting educational programs are conducted for both children and adults. An on-site cafe is open during summer afternoons on weekdays.

10701 Rockville Pike
North Bethesda, MD 20852

»Dennis & Phillip Ratner Museum

Walk-through of the Hebre Bible via visual arts including sculptings, drawing, paintings and graphics. Open Sundays from 10am to 4:30pm, Mon-Thurs 12 to 4:00pm. Second floor has over one hundred sculptures. Monthly new exhibitions on front floor. A children's museum is on site for families to enjoy.

10001 Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, Maryland 20814

»National Capital Trolley Museum

A collection of street cars from the 1950's of which many are operated on a one-mile demonstration railway, for schedule information and hours, please call.

1313 Bonifant Road
Silver Spring, Maryland 20905

»National Institutes of Health

As the principal medical research organization in the United States, this state-of-the-art facility in suburban Maryland is an exciting place. The facility is also home to the National Library of Medicine, the largest reference center devoted to a single subject in the world. The library pioneers the use of communications satellites and computer-assisted publishing to communicate to doctors and researchers across the country. The NIH Visitor's Center offers films, exhibits and a model laboratory. Tours of the library are also offered.

9000 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20892

»Audubon Naturalist Society/Woodend

The prominent 19th-century architect John Russell Pope, responsible for many notable homes and memorials in Washington, also designed Woodend, the Georgian mansion that currently houses the Audubon Society. Visitors may tour the home, visit its extensive exhibit of North American birds and browse its well-stocked bookstore. Outside, explore the 40 acres of wooded grounds, including a pond, meadows and a well-marked nature trail. Call to get information on the special events and activities sponsored here. Environmental education programs are available for all ages.

8940 Jones Mill Road
Chevy Chase, MD 20815

»Waverly Street Gallery

The gallery houses a collection of emerging artist works, with a new exhibition every month. Call for more information on schedule of artist exhibits.

4600 East-West Highway
Bethesda, Maryland 20814

»Clara Barton National Historic Site

Clara Barton spent the last years of her long, productive life at this Victorian home within walking distance of Glen Echo Park. Retired as head of the American Red Cross, she lived for nearly another decade in the house. Her creative renovations of the building resulted in a charming and intriguing curiosity. Visitors may view a film of the life of this tireless organizer and explore the home, which is furnished much as she left it. Admission is free.

5801 Oxford Road
Glen Echo, MD 20812
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