The Visitor Center is open 7 days a week from
10:00 am to 5:00 pm from
March 1st thru October 30th and is open the same hours Wednesday through Sunday
October 31st thru February 28th. The building closes for the holidays of Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, & New Years Eve.
Please call 410-586-8538 or email
email@example.com for more information.
Once a show barn for Black Angus cattle, the JPPM Visitor Center has been renovated to create the ideal place to begin your visit. Housing permanent and temporary exhibits, a theatre room, Discovery Room, information center, museum shop, and public facilities, it is the information hub of the Park & Museum. Stop by to learn about the history of the property, the science of archaeology, or to pick up a
Map & Trail Guide. Staff is on hand during our public season to answer questions and offer suggestions on how to make the most of your visit.
|||The Visitor Center houses exhibits on the history of the JPPM property and people who lived here. “FAQ Archaeology” is an interactive exhibit focused on answering some of the most common questions that archaeologists receive, such as “how do you know how deep to dig?” and “what’s the coolest thing you’ve ever found?” View artifacts from every county in Maryland and learn about archaeological discoveries made here on Park & Museum property. |
|||Experience, discover, learn and have fun! Children of all ages enjoy our Discovery Room! Dress in a colonial outfit, use colonial and American Indian tools, play with historical toys, and try your hand at matching birds with their nest and eggs. The hardest part will be trying to leave! |
Past and Presents Gift Shop
||Looking for a unique gift for someone or a way to remember your visit to JPPM? The Past and Presents Gift Shop offers merchandise and literature for children and adults with a focus on local and regional history and the people and culture of the times from primitive America to today. Featuring historical and contemporary games and toys, souvenirs, and arts & crafts by local artisans. Stop by for an “out of the ordinary” shopping experience!