The mission of
Sotterley Plantation, a National
Historic Landmark, is to preserve,
research, & interpret Sotterley
Plantation’s diverse cultures &
environments, & to serve the world
as an educational, cultural, &
community resource. Historic
Sotterley, Inc. is a non-profit,
501(c)(3) public charity organization.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
*Guided Tour Season May 1 - Oct 31
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sotterley Speaker Series
Schoelwer: General in the Garden
June 26, 2016
3:00 p.m. in the Barn
The General in the Garden provides
an engaging, informative, and richly illustrated
introduction to George Washington’s landscape at
Mount Vernon―arguably the best-documented,
best-preserved complex of gardens and grounds to
survive from eighteenth-century America ...
Small Fry Fridays!
July 8, 15, 22, 29 & August
10:00 am - noon
All Small Fry Friday activities included with
site admission! (Visitor's Center)
Rain or shine events
Fun learning opportunities at
Historic Sotterley Plantation!
Croquet and Games on the
Lawn Play centuries old games that we
still enjoy today
Sotterley Farmer's Market
Every Saturday beginning on May
For the third year running, we
further strengthen our strong ties
to the Southern Maryland farm
community and continue our over 300
year farming tradition as we open up
the Sotterley Farmer’s Market – a
producer only farmer’s market.
Purchase the best quality home-grown
vegetables, fruit, and plants, as
well as unique, hand-crafted items.
August 19, 2016
5:00 pm gates open/6:00 pm music
Admission is $15 per person at the
Food, beer and wine for purchase.
“The Country Memories Band” will be
at Sotterley with the goal of
delighting you and yours with
traditional country favorites and
golden oldies … and getting you all
out on the dance floor!