Reynolda House Museum of American Art

2250 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

336-758-5150

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Reynolda House Museum of American Art is the center of the Reynolda Historic District: more than 150 acres of natural landscape (with walking paths) and historic architecture, including dairy barns and cattle sheds, blacksmith shop, carriage house, post office, and school buildings. Many of these structures have been converted into shops, cafes, and restaurants.

Reynolda House is the restored home of R.J. Reynolds, founder of the Reynolds tobacco company. Completed in 1917, the a 60-room "bungalow" was the primary residence of R.J. and Katharine Reynolds until 1922. Katherine decorated her home in the fashion of the time, and she and R.J. collected exemplary works of art by notable American artists spanning three centuries, including Albert Bierstadt, Frederic Church, Jacob Lawrence, and Grant Wood.

Associated with Wake Forest University, and dedicated solely to American art, Reynolda House Museum displays these paintings as they originally were hung, surrounded by many of the original family furnishings.


Exhibitions & Dates

  • Outlaws in American Art

    Feb 28 2018 - Dec 2 2018

    Works depict the eternally fascinating figure of those who transgressed the law

  • Dorothea Lange's America

    Sep 14 2018 - Dec 30 2018

    Original prints including oversized exhibition prints of seminal images from the Great Depression

  • John Sloan: New York Etchings

    Jun 12 2018 - Nov 25 2018

    9 etchings of life in Manhattan a century ago

  • After Documentary

    Jul 31 2018 - Dec 30 2018

    Examines photography’s ability to create alternate realities