Dear Members,

It’s been an endless six months without you. While we’ve been delighted to connect with you virtually, we are even more excited to share Reynolda’s world-renowned art collection with you once again inside the historic House and Museum, and to brighten your days with the highly-anticipated opening of Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light on Friday, October 2

As part of our special reopening Weekend of Gratitude, we will reopen at reduced capacity, and with timed reservations required and additional COVID safety restrictions in place, just for our members and volunteers, along with first responders and Wake Forest faculty, staff, and students. We are so thankful for your support during this trying time.

For the past several months our team has been working diligently to reimagine the best possible Reynolda experience for you as we forge ahead—one that keeps the well-being and safety of our visitors, our staff, and our community front and center. Rest assured, we will take every measure possible to ensure that you feel welcome to pause, relax, and rediscover the magic of Reynolda. Full details on our reopening will be shared via email and on our website in the coming weeks.

The iconic beauty of Tiffany Glass will be on view in the Babcock Wing Gallery through November 29, and special afternoons have been set aside just for members. Reservation links for timed admission tickets will be shared as soon as possible via email and on our website, and advance registration will be required.

Lastly, be sure to explore all that Reynolda has to offer this fall, including members-only programs and events, in our new seasonal program guide, set to arrive in your mailbox in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can view a digital version of the fall guide here.

We can’t wait to welcome you, our most important friends and supporters, safely back to Reynolda once again. 

Stephan Dragisic
Director of Advancement