The Museum holds a more than 11,000 objects, ranging from fine and decorative arts, to miniature houses and furniture, to artifacts native to the Shenandoah Valley. The latter collection is notable for baskets, ceramics, furniture, paintings, silver, textiles.
The Founders Gallery presents rotating exhibitions featuring objects from the collection of European and American fine and decorative arts, and the Changing Exhibitions Gallery displays temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
The 214-acre campus includes the Glen Burnie Manor House (c.1794) where, along with a display of a collection of decorative objects, interpretive panels tell the story of the house and the people who have lived in Glen Burnie over the generations.
Three centuries of places that captured artists' attention
56 works from 400 A.D. to present day illustrating Native Americans' shared history
Reveals life in the mountains ofWest Virginia and Virginia
Giant sculptures built with more than 400,000 LEGO bricks
Images on canvas offer a detailed look at elusive, ephemeral plants
Paintings, photographs, and mixed-media works by regional artists
Features original artworks and vintage prints from the iconic illustrator