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Check if you qualify to visit Reynolda House for free this summer

The museum is offering free access to certain residents through Labor Day.

Green trees and bushes surround a white house with columns and a green roof. A fountain with a body figure is in front.

You don’t need a ticket to shop at the museum store.

Photo courtesy of Reynolda

Teachers and families of service members are among those who can visit the Reynolda House Museum of American Art (2250 Reynolda Rd.) for free this summer.

All pre-K through 12th grade educators at public and private schools can get one complimentary entry ticket to visit the museum. They can show their school ID or register online in advance to redeem to offer.

Active military, National Guard, Reserve personnel, and veterans enjoy free admission to the museum year-round. From now through Monday, Sept. 2 (Labor Day) they can show their military ID and bring up to four family members with them for free through the Blue Star Museums Program.

All museum visitors can look forward to exploring the main collection + the following exhibitions:

  • “Art for the American Home: Grant Wood’s Lithographs” (through June 30)
  • “Good Impressions: Portraits Across Three Centuries from Reynolda and Wake Forest”
  • “Still I Rise: The Black Experience at Reynolda”
  • “Smith & Libby: Two Rings, Seven Months, One Bullet”

Reynolda House is open Tuesday through Sunday.