Fodor's Expert Review Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Winston-Salem Garden

The front yard of this home, built by Camel cigarette founder R. J. Reynolds and his wife, Katharine Smith Reynolds, seems to extend to the horizon. It's the first of many moments of grandeur at the 1917 dwelling that's now an art museum filled with paintings, prints, and sculptures by Thomas Eakins, Frederic Church, and Georgia O'Keeffe. There's also a costume collection, as well as clothing and toys used by the Reynolds children. The home is adjacent to the 134-acre Reynolda Gardens that include flower fields, wooded trails, and a nursery. Next door is Reynolda Village, a collection of shops and restaurants that fill the estate's original outer buildings.


Quick Facts

2250 Reynolda Rd.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina  27106, USA


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $18, Closed Mon., Tues.–Sat. 9:30–4:30, Sun. 1:30–4:30

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