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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

Purchase a P. Buckley Moss Hand-Signed Giclee Print

sold exclusively by the Reynolds Homestead

The Reynolds Homestead
The Catalpa at Reynolds Homestead

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Reynolds Homestead, P. Buckley Moss created two beautiful works of art and has generously agreed to donate a portion of all sales to support art programs at the Reynolds Homestead. The following prints are available to purchase online:

  • "The Reynolds Homestead," 15.75 inches by 10.15 inches, $100.04. 
  • "The Catalpa at Reynolds Homestead," 21 inches by 10 inches, $131   
  • "The Catalpa at Reynolds Homestead," 30.5 inches by 13.25 inches, $342.23. 
  • Special orders: The P. Buckley Moss Galleries will also take orders for larger print sizes or prints on canvas or other materials. To request a special order, call Angie Cauthen at 800-430-1320.

All prices include sales tax. Shipping within the U.S. 48 contiguous states is $13. Please call for shipping rates outside of the U.S. Prints may be picked up at the Reynolds Homestead or the Creative Arts Center in Stuart. Once an order is placed, the buyer will be contacted to arrange a pickup time.

Rock Spring Plantation

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

Community Engagement Center

The Community Engagement 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.

Questions about visiting the Reynolds Homestead or participating in any of our programs or classes? Send us an email.

The Reynolds Homestead: History

Located in Critz, Virginia, the Reynolds Homestead is an Outreach Campus Center of Virginia Tech featuring a Community Engagement 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.

 

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NEWS

New art honors enslaved community

Artwork aims to inspire discussions and reflection. Read more

History haunts the halls 

Many chilling stories swirl around the 19th-century homestead. Read more

A virtual toast to 50 years

Many who played a key role in transforming the property share memories. Read more