Sandy Spring Slave Museum & African Art Gallery, INC.
Explore our Gallery
Interior - Exterior
Voyage of Art
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Sandy Spring Slave Museum (Click the link icon for more information)
The Great Hall – Our signature facility (Click the link icon for more information)
The Log Cabin was relocated from a nearby farm in Olney. It shows the living conditions of slaves and freed Blacks circa 1700-1850.
The Middle Passage (Click the link icon for more information)
The Cabin was relocated from nearby Olney. It shows us what living was like for someone with little money.
Dedicated to Nelson Mandela, Dr. Anderson decided to build this hut, like the Ndebele tribe in South Africa.
The Arts Pavilion is the home of over 100 wooden artifacts from the African Diaspora
Stained Glass Windowsby Dr. Anderson
Education and Achievement
Up from Slavery
Flight to Freedom
Jim Crow - Whips & Shackles
Celebrate Special Moments
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