Originally built in 1793, the restored John Poole House now houses a gift and antique shop.
Originally built in 1865, the Seneca Schoolhouse Museum.is a historic one room schoolhouse which is used for a variety of educational programs.
On July 21, 2006 HMD purchased the former Town Hall (The Poolesville Museum) and it will become Poolesville’s gateway to Heritage Tourism.
Historic Medley District, inc. presents a very special historical and cultural event: “A TRIBUTE TO OUR AFRICAN-AMERICAN HERITAGE” This exhibit by the Sugarland Ethno Historical Project Inc. features costumed living history interpreters sharing the lives of Poolesvillians from the past. Also, we will have a wonderful and heartwarming slide show of family life in the Sugarland Community with artifacts highlighting the life and times of our area’s African-American historical contribution. At Old Town Hall (The Bank) in the center of Poolesville on Sunday, February 23 from Noon to 4:00 p.m.