The galleries, formal gardens, and Glen Burnie House are open Tuesday through Sunday 10–5 (closed Monday). Trails open daily 7 a.m.–dusk. Masks are required in all indoor spaces.
The MSV is located just 75 miles from the D.C. metro area. Find our address, directions, and public transit information here.
The MSV is the destination to add to your group’s Shenandoah Valley trip. Enjoy guided tours of the gardens, galleries and exhibitions.
A makerspace is a community center that engages children, families, and adults in STEAM through innovative, hands-on learning experiences.
Read more about museum hours, wheelchair accessibility, recommended attire, dining options, and pet and photography policies.
Just as the Glen Burnie House is the ancestral home of the Wood family, the house on the MSV's Rose Hill Farm is the ancestral home of the Glass family.
Located off the main lobby, the Museum Store offers an abundant selection of items related to the Shenandoah Valley and prides itself on carrying products made in Virginia or created by Virginia artisans.
Acres of formal gardens, the Glen Burnie House, and the MSV Reception Hall are unique spaces for hosting corporate events. The gardens also provide a gorgeous setting for photo shoots.