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Glen Echo Park is a National Park like no other.

 

Formerly a popular amusement park, today the Park is home to a community of artists, educators, dancers, and performers who share their knowledge and expertise with more than 400,000 people each year.

 

The Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture manages the arts and cultural programs and maintains the historic buildings at the Park. The Partnership office is located on the second floor of the Arcade Building (the building with the “Popcorn” sign). Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is there to assist visitors with class registrations and rentals inquiries, and to answer general questions about the Park and its programs.

 

During your visit, be sure to stop by the Visitor’s Desk on the first floor of the Arcade Building. There you will find Park brochures, Classes and Events catalogs, and a timeline illustrating the history of Glen Echo Park.

 

Please see the menu at right and the Office, Studio, and Classroom Reference below for additional information that will assist you with your visit to Glen Echo Park. We look forward to seeing you here!

 

 

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Office, Studio, and Classroom Reference (+ links to resident programs)

 

ARCADE BUILDING

1st Floor

Adventure Theatre

Art Glass Center at Glen Echo

National Park Service Visitor Desk

Popcorn Gallery

Photoworks Studio

the Puppet Co.

Washington Conservatory of Music at Glen Echo Park

2nd Floor

Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture office

 

BUMPER CAR PAVILION

Social Dances and Social Dance Classes

 

CARETAKER’S HOUSE

Glen Echo Glassworks

 

CHAUTAUQUA TOWER

1st Floor

Yellow Barn Studio Chautauqua Artist-in-Residence

2nd Floor

Jordan Bruns Studio

 

CRYSTAL POOL STUDIO

The Young Creative Spirit

 

HALL OF MIRRORS

Dance and Movement Classes

 

SPANISH BALLROOM/BALLROOM ANNEX

Social Dances and Social Dance Classes

 

THE STABLES AT GLEN ECHO PARK

Living Classrooms

 

YELLOW BARN

1st Floor

Yellow Barn Studio & Gallery

1st Floor/North Studio

Bonnie Lee Holland, Art & Creativity Lab

2ndFloor

SilverWorks Studio & Gallery

 

YURTS

Feather Tree Hill Calligraphy

Glen Echo Pottery

 

 

Note:  Handicapped-accessible restrooms are located in the Arcade Building, the Spanish Ballroom, and the brick building located next to the carousel.