exhibit is dedicated to the memory of Agnes
her story, and the story of her ancestors.
Agnes understood that the legacy of slavery
is intertwined with our collective heritage.
She was committed to Sotterley's
preservation for future generations. She
knew that knowledge and a commitment to tell
an honest and complete story of our shared
past would heal and empower us all.
Science & Sotterley - A Perfect
How would you get
50 fourth graders excited about
Colonial America, erosion, and web
development all in the same field
trip? According to Lexington Park
Elementary STEM fourth graders,
you’d come to Sotterley! Check out
website about their Field Trip
world needs places like Sotterley -
and Sotterley needs people like you!
Thank you for all that you do
throughout the year to support this
special place and its mission.
Together we have accomplished so
much, and we look forward to 2018
with plans to achieve even more with
If you have
not made your
year-end gift to Sotterley we
hope that you will consider making
We wish you and yours a joyous holiday season!
With deepest gratitude,
Your Historic Sotterley Family
Planning a Wedding/Special Event in
your future begin with our past. Our
300 year old plantation offers an
enchanting and awe-inspiring venue!
Please Take a Moment to Watch Our
"YEAR IN REVIEW" Video
for our special events become available
approximately 45 days before the date of the
To preserve Sotterley Plantation's historic
structures and natural environment and use the powerful
stories of our land, lives, and labor to bring American
history to life while serving as a cultural resource.
To foster a better understanding of our world today by
providing a living link to America's complex history and
legacy of slavery.