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Reynolds Homestead: Support Our 50 Years of Service

In June 2020, the Reynolds Homestead will celebrate 50 years of service to Patrick County and surrounding communities.

Reynolds Homestead celebrates 50 Years of Service
Reynolds Homestead Celebrates 50 Years

Join the Virginia Tech community for Giving Day, a 24-hour celebration of the Hokie Spirit and the power of giving back, starting at noon, EST, on February 24. Giving Day is a special opportunity for Virginia Tech students, employees, alumni, family, and friends to come together virtually and show their support for their favorite Virginia Tech departments, programs, student organizations, and teams. You choose where you want your gift to have an impact, and special challenges mean that your gift can go further and do more good than at any other time of the year.
Use the GIVE NOW link above to donate to the Reynolds Homestead today.

Rock Spring Plantation

The historic Rock Spring Plantation is the boyhood home of R.J. Reynolds and a State and National Historic Landmark.

Community Enrichment Center

The Community Enrichment Center offers a variety of progams and events and is available for weddings and other rentals. Find out more about Renting the CEC.

Creative Arts Center

The Creative Arts Center, located in Stuart, offers pottery, weaving, painting and other art classes.

Experiential Education

Enjoy the grounds of the Reynolds Homestead and visit the Rock Spring, the Friendship Garden and the LEAF Trail. Learn more about our Experiential Education opportunities for your school, your club or organization.

The Reynolds Homestead: History

Located in Critz, Virginia, the Reynolds Homestead is an Outreach Campus Center of Virginia Tech featuring a Community Enrichment Center and a Forestry Research Center. Formerly known as Rock Spring Plantation, it is the birthplace and boyhood home of both tobacco magnate R. J. Reynolds and A.D. Reynolds, whose son Richard S. Reynolds was the founder of Reynolds Metals.