Heritage Visitor Center

The Annelie & Soren Ebbeler Maryland Milestones Heritage Center is a starting and connecting point for visitors and residents with great opportunities to explore the region. Serving as our permanent home and located within the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center at 4318 Gallatin Street in Hyattsville, the Heritage Center has exhibit spaces to tell the story of our communities within the Heritage Area, the ability to hold workshops and meetings with a special TV monitor, and space for local art. This project is the core of the Maryland Milestones/Anacostia Trails Heritage Area’s work and is a hub for our work throughout the region. We are grateful for the support of Jonathan and Ashley Ebbeler who contributed funds for the long-term management and operation of the Heritage Center. Their gift stipulated that the Heritage Center would be named for their children – Annelie & Soren.

Also contributing to our Heritage Center fund are these amazing people and organizations!

Meagan Baco
Doug Bowles
Pat Cricenti
Judith Davis
Samantha Dorsey
Kerstin Harper
David Lingua
Karen Lubieniecki
T. Carter Ross
Crystal Sanchez
Shani Warner
Henry Wixon
Sharmila Bhatia
Rose Green Colby
James Coriden
Friends of Greenbelt Museum
Margaret Pooley
Donna Schneider
John Sower
Patricia Williams
Patrick Wojahn
AEON Preservation Services LLC
Friends of Greenbelt Theatre
Hyattsville Preservation Association
Laurel Historical Society
M. David Williams & Henry Becker III
Prince George’s Heritage Inc.
Prince George’s County Historical Society 
Prince George’s County Historical and Cultural Trust
Tracey J. Toscano
Richard Cote
Larry Kanter
Meyers, Rodbell, & Rosenbaum, PA
Pyramid Atlantic Art Center
City of College Park
City of Greenbelt
City of Hyattsville
Maryland Heritage Areas Authority
State of Maryland
Prince George’s County Council
Prince George’s County Office of the Executive
Prince George’s County Redevelopment Authority
Town of Edmonston
Town of North Brentwood
Town of University Park