From historical deep dives and art lessons to kid-friendly crafts or virtual cocktails, Reynolda has more than a few ways to fill your time this holiday season.

Explore activities and videos created just for you at Use #ReynoldaAtHome to share your Reynolda-inspired creations with us on social media. If you prefer to join us in person, the Museum will be open through December 31 and closed from Jan. 1- Feb. 18. The formal and greater Gardens are open daily from dawn until dusk. Cheers!
Featured Virtual Event
Clink! The holiday season isn’t over until you’ve enjoyed a special beverage to ring in the New Year. Join Reynolda and The Katharine Brasserie tomorrow, Dec. 29 at 7 p.m., as we re-imagine champagne cocktails from Mary Reynolds Babcock’s own recipe book, A Lady of Good Taste. Log in from the comfort of your home and we’ll send the ingredient list in advance so you can play mixologist along with us!
In our Call-a-Curator series, Reynolda curators and staff members take a look at a work of art or a story from our history and share the details with you. In this episode, Curator Allison Slaby goes inside our latest acquisition: a double portrait by renowned painter Gilbert Stuart, which is currently on display in Reynolda's Northwest Bedroom as part of the gallery exhibition Girlhood in American Art.
Pop-Up Studio with Julia Hood
Have your children ever curated their own exhibits, made their own furniture, sewn an ornament, or created a paper bouquet?

These are just a few of the DIY at-home activity delights that await in this very special studio series designed for preschool and school-aged learners and their families.
Reynolda Read-Aloud
Searching for the perfect bedtime story or reading activities for your little ones?

Explore our Reynolda Read-Aloud series, designed for preschool-aged learners, as we read children's books, poems, and even partake in a song or two. Our latest Read-Aloud includes stories, poems, and a song about a "Winter Wonderland."
Virtual Series and App
Reynolda Revealed
In our Reynolda Revealed video series, discover the Reynolds family, understand how the 1917 bungalow came to be, learn about Five Row, and more! And don't forget to download the Reynolda Revealed app on your tablet or mobile device and self-tour the estate from anywhere.