Exactly 100 years ago this Christmas, the Reynolds family moved into their new bungalow in the country called Reynolda. A century later, we welcome you to experience the magic and nostalgia of the season and offer our warmest wishes for happy holidays!
As you plan your visit with friends and family over the holiday season, keep in mind our hours and our closure during the month of January. We'll be back February 1!

December 24

December 25

January 2018
Closed — Reopening Thursday, February 1
Friday, December 22
2:45 p.m.
Free with Museum admission

Join friends old and new in the Reception Hall of Reynolda to sing along with Christmas carols played on the Aeolian organ, led by Museum staff and special guests. Free with Museum admission. Advance reservation is not required.
Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage

Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage  highlights the artist's own experiences in the Near East and Mediterranean as told through more than 50 paintings and studies completed between 1867–1869.

Be one of the first to reserve tickets for this stunning show, bookending Reynolda's centennial year.

Image: Frederic Edwin Church, American, 1826-1900,  Evening on the Sea , 1877 - 1878, oil on canvas. Private collection.
Need to pen a few last-minute Christmas cards with historical flair? Pick up one of these Christmas cards replicated from a card sent by Katharine Smith Reynolds.
You've reserved your tickets for Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage —now's the time to brush up on the artist's journey with this beautiful catalog, now available in the Museum Store.
Inspired by the flora and fauna seen at Reynolda, this custom scarf made by Carson & Co. (winners of Garden & Gun magazine's style awards in 2016). Made especially for Reynolda's centennial, this scarf is available in pink and navy.
N E W Centennial t-shirts are here! Find them in charcoal and centennial green, featuring our iconic hand and rose design on the front.