The George & Georgianna Campbell Sandy Spring Slave Museum & African Art Gallery, Inc.
The Middle Passage is represented by the cross-section of a slaving clipper ship, which graphically depicts the living conditions of slaves in transport.
The Arts Pavilion contains artifacts from across the African Diaspora. Its design mimics the huts built by indigenous tribes in Africa. Inside it features, textiles, instruments and furniture.
The Log Cabin – relocated from nearby Olney, Maryland – shows the living conditions of slaves and freed blacks circa 1700-1850.
The Great Hall displays slavery & civil rights documents along with art of the African Diaspora -- all presented against the backdrop of American history. The push for freedom via the Underground Railroad is discussed alongside the achievements and contributions of African Americans. The first floor gallery spaces are divided thematically and the lower level includes a resource library and meeting space for lectures, presentations and videos.
Tours of the Museum are by appointment only. Please look at page 3 of this site for upcoming events.