Explore Reynolda, the historic estate of R.J. and Katharine Reynolds and learn about the history behind Wake Forest University’s Reynolda Campus. A University-affiliated museum, Reynolda House Museum of American Art is one of the nation’s premier American art museums, with masterpieces by Frederic Church, Grant Wood, Thomas Hart Benton, Frederick Remington, and Gilbert Stuart among its collection. The 33,000 square foot home, completed in 1917, is restored to the period of the Reynolds family, complete with original furnishings and decorative arts.
Reynolda’s fall exhibition is TBD but will be an enriching experience for all. More details forthcoming.
After touring the Museum, stroll through the adjacent Reynolda Gardens of Wake Forest University and visit Reynolda Village, the former model farm of the Reynolds family, for unique dining and shopping.
On Friday, join us for light refreshments and lawn games before or after your visit.
$14/person plus sales tax and handling fee.
No ticket required for your Wake Forest student, children under 18 or other students in your family.
Visit at your leisure throughout Family Weekend during Museum hours (9:30-4:30 Friday and Saturday; 1:30-4:30 Sunday). We recommend allowing two hours for a full experience. Plan your visit Friday afternoon to join us for light refreshment and lawn games.
Docents will be on hand to answer questions about the Museum and point out the not-to- be-missed works of art and unique features of the historic house. This ticket includes the featured exhibition. Join the Museum today and visit for free anytime you visit your student!
$30 per person plus sales tax and handling fee. Ticket includes museum admission including featured exhibition. Students will need a ticket to participate.
Enjoy all of the above, plus a staff-led tour of the Museum. Friday Tours will begin promptly at 11 a.m. and 2p.m. Space is limited.
Visit Reynolda Village and Reynolda House by driving from campus (leave campus by Wake Forest Road and turn left on Reynolda Road) or by enjoying a beautiful, twenty-minute walk on the wooded path between WFU campus and Reynolda Village.