A one-room schoolhouse that was recently restored in Upper Marlboro opened its door Saturday to alumni and residents.
The 101-year-old Nottingham School was restored and renovated by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, according to The Gazette.
The restoration project cost $50,000 and makes the Nottingham School one of two historic schoolhouses in Prince George's County, the paper reported.
Built in 1911 with $744.50, the school remained open until 1948, according to The Gazette. It was later bought by a neighbor, who sold it to M-NCPPC in 1966.
Visitors can see the schoolhouse by appointment only.