Reynolda House closes temporarily due to COVID-19 concerns


WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (March 13, 2020) – Due to growing public health concerns, Reynolda House Museum of American Art has closed temporarily until further notice. There are no known cases of COVID-19 at Reynolda. The opening of Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light will be delayed. Those with tickets to the Tiffany Glass exhibition at Reynolda House through at least April 15 will be issued a refund.

The gardens and grounds of Reynolda will remain open for visitors to find respite for mind and body.  We are actively exploring opportunities to engage with the community online and invite people to stay connected with us via Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and our website. We also invite the public to view our collection online and experience all that Reynolda has to offer by downloading the Reynolda Revealed app.

About Reynolda
Reynolda, in Winston-Salem, N.C., is a rare gem among the nation’s cultural institutions and historic greenspaces. The 51-year-old museum at the center of Reynolda’s 180 acres, Reynolda House Museum of American Art, presents a renowned art collection in a historic and incomparable setting: the original 1917 interiors of the country manor of R. J. Reynolds. Spanning 250 years, the collection is an uncompromisingly selective one, a chronology of American art, with each artist represented by one work of major significance. The Reynolda experience includes a free app called Reynolda Revealed; touring exhibitions in the museum’s Mary and Charlie Babcock Wing; formal gardens, conservatory and walking trails of Reynolda Gardens; and more than 25 of the estate’s original buildings repurposed as shops and restaurants in Reynolda Village. Reynolda, located at 2250 Reynolda Road, is adjacent to and affiliated with Wake Forest University. For more information, please visit

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