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

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A child holds up a pink and blue print.

Ongoing, 10:00am

Homeschool students and teachers are invited to visit the estate for art and history-based learning.

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Lauren Olinger/Red Cardinal Studio

Sep 25, 2021, 8:00am

Shop a handpicked selection of native plants and staff favorites.

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Oct 5, 2021, 12:30pm

Hoffman Nursery’s Shannon Currey will introduce you to plants that are not only aesthetically striking but terrific problem-solvers.

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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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