Reynolda welcomes learners of all ages who may have a range of interests. Adults can enjoy special programming and service opportunities that aim to make art, nature, and history accessible to all. Before, during, or even after your visit, explore the programs and resources below to learn more about our permanent art collection and historic estate.

Resources & Programs

In this digital series, Reynolda curators and staff provide a closer look at a piece of artwork or a story from the Museum’s history.

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For the Curious


Nov 18, 2023, 1:30pm

All are welcome to visit Reynolda “on the house”! Go on a self-guided tour of Smith and Libby: Two Rings, Seven Months, One Bullet and the historic house, enjoy light refreshments, live jazz by Ma…

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Ongoing, 3:30pm

Gather in the Reception Hall of the Historic House to share the Christmas cheer through song and community. While pre-registration is encouraged, it is not required — nor is singing experience! …

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Dec 7, 2023, 2:00pm

Gather in the Reception Hall of the Historic House to listen to familiar Christmas songs played on the 1917 Aeolian Organ. Free with general museum admission. Pre-registration is encouraged, though no…

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Person in a white shirt holding a wrapped gift next to a lit Christmas tree.

Ongoing, 5:00pm

Note: Tours begin every 15 minutes and last one hour. More information can be found at the registration link below. Join us this holiday season for a special Christmas tour at Reynolda House. Docents,…

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From the Archives
From the 1910s until the late 1950s, Five Row was a segregated community for African American estate employees and their families.
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