|Address:||5801 Oxford Rd, Glen Echo, MD 20812, USA|
Its closed for renovations in 2017, but on our previous visit, it was very interesting to learn about not only what a woman was able to accomplish in her day and age, but of how the American Red Cross of today came into existence, or that the basic First Aid kit was probably planned out and packed right here! And for those of us who volunteer for the ARC, its just that much more meaningful to visit!
Excellent Tour. Our Group learned so much about Clara Barton. The Female Ranger on Duty was absolutely Excellent. She answered all of our questions with much knowledge. Great History Lesson. And it was FREE. Imagine that something for Free yet and you learn something too. Would recommend to any age group.
This is such an amazing historical site. The Home and Office of Clara Barton after the Civil War. Such a great thing that they have managed to preserve the entire facility as it was when Barton lived here.
Sandra Curtis Aamold
not open, due to needed repairs maintenance, but great conversation with very very gracious gentleman on the grounds.
Great event lack ADA accommodations very difficult in wheelchair almost not able do alot fun things
Its currently closed for renovations but its a great place to visit when its open.
ehh, i guess you could say this place has some character. Pretty good for prom.
You cant go into the house, but are free to walk around and explore outside.
Its like going back in time see all the buildings and the merry-go-round
I think Clara should be classified as an honorable doctor...
If you love nature this is your address Love it
sarah w pgh pa
Very interesting place not far off the highway
Wonderful piece of history and a great tour.
Excellent place to go hiking
It was historic