Shopping & Dining
The Museum store at Reynolda House offers one-of-a-kind gifts all year long for any occasion, including Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduation, holidays, and travel. Visitors can find books, catalogues, jewelry, art activities, home decor, and more. The store advances the mission of Reynolda, and all purchases benefit the Museum. Merchandise is inspired by Reynolda’s renowned collection of American art, special exhibitions, the grounds and Gardens, and the rich history of the estate and its inhabitants.
Museum members receive a 10 percent discount on all purchases and access to special discounted shopping events throughout the year.
Admission is not required to shop in the store, which is always open during normal Museum business hours.
Distinctive treasures are always easy to find at the Museum store, including:
- Reynolda scarves, postcards, note cards, keychains, and memorabilia
- Items related to the estate and its fine art collection and exhibitions
- Books and catalogues
- Beautiful handmade jewelry and accessories
- Activities and gifts for infants and children of all ages
- Home decor
Questions? Contact Beth Warren, retail manager, at email@example.com.
Shop In Store
No admission ticket is needed to shop the Museum store. Museum members receive a 10 percent discount (exclusions may apply).
For those fond of stationary, these beautiful Reynolda individually hand colorized note cards made from black and white archival photos are a wonderful gift for yourself (or a loved one).
Part chronicle, part memoir, Reynolda: Her Muses, Her Stories takes readers behind the scenes of the founding and development of the art museum often referred to today as “The Frick of the South.”
Michele Gillespie provides a sweeping account of how R.J. and Katharine Reynolds succeeded in realizing their American dreams.
In Barbara Babcock Millhouse’s book, she shares details about Reynolda as an example of modernity never before explored.
More than 40 full-color reproductions of some of their greatest paintings illustrate this historical overview of the Hudson River School of landscape painting.
Our new collectible Reynolda ornament features the Gardens’ 1913 Lord and Burnham Greenhouse (the first in a limited series), honoring the landscape and the respite it continues to provide.