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Glencoe Museum
600 Unruh Dr.
Radford, VA 24141
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Phone: 540-731-5031
Link: Glencoe Museum Site
Explore the heritage of Radford and the New River Valley in this 19th-century Victorian home, built by Civil War General Gabriel Colvin Wharton on the banks of the New River. Glencoe highlights the contributions of the Native Americans, early settlers, industries, educational institutions, businesses, local artisans, handicrafts, as well as topics of local interest. Elegant furnishings, photographs from Radford's past, an old-time woodworking shop, and more, make Glencoe a place where memories come alive. Exhibits include permanent and changing presentations of our region's continuing story. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10 am-4 pm. Sunday 1 pm-4 pm. Closed Mondays.
Mary Draper Ingles Mural
In the 1940s, part of the New Deal Art Program implemented creating art in post offices all across the United States of America. Radford became one of those post offices that created and published a work of art. Funded by the U.S. Treasury Department, This art piece was created to honor and educate people on the story of Mary Draper Ingles. Finished in 1942 by Alexander B. Clayton, this oil painting on canvas depicts Mary returning home. Named “The Return of Mary Draper Ingles,” this painting depicts locals finding Mary after travelling home. This painting can still be found in the Radford Virginia Post Office. For more information about this New Deal Program and to see other murals, visit their site.
Mary Draper Ingles Statue
601 Unruh Drive
Radford, VA 24141
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Phone: 540-267-3153

The elegant bronze statue of Mary Draper Ingles is now open to the public! The statue is located in the Mary Draper Ingles Cultural Heritage Park, adjacent to the Radford Visitor's Center at 601 Unruh Drive in Radford. Open dawn to dusk, the park will also feature other outdoor sculptures throughout the year. Plans for phase II are well underway and will feature a Train Viewing Platform.
New River Artisan Trail
Link: New River Artisan Trail Site
Radford/Pulaski Artisans Trail forming now!
Radford Theatre
1043 E Main Street
Radford, VA 24141
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Phone: 540-639-0772
Round the Mountain Craft Trail
Southwest Virginia's Artisan Network links visitors to local artisans, farms, galleries, craft venues, and other creative points of interest. In addition to Radford, 'Round the Mountain also includes the Counties of Bland, Buchanan, Carroll, Dickenson, Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Grayson, Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise, Wythe, and the cities of Bristol, Galax, and Norton. Visit our website for complete listings of members and more information here.
Take a Look at the Radford Art
Link: View Art Trail Map
There is so much that Radford has to offer! For art enthusiasts, the city also has the Radford Art Trail.
Towhee Hill Studio
104 P. T. Travis Avenue
Radford, VA 24141
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Phone: 540-639-5076

For a limited time, Towhee Hill Studio has original paintings on shells. Some of the scenes are New River scenes on New River shells. Kendall is a professional artist and part-time professor at Radford University. Her work has been seen in over seventy national, international, and local shows and she has won numerous awards including those from Dorothy Gillespie, May Stevens, and Daniel Greene. Studio hours are 3 pm to 5 pm. Tuesdays and Thursdays or by appointment. Call ahead.
Walk to Freedom: The Mary Draper Ingles Story
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Phone: 540-999-1755

Walk to Freedom: The Mary Draper Ingles Story is an outdoor drama that has been a staple of Southwest Virginia for decades. Citizens and businesses of Radford have brought the play back. This is a wonderful opportunity to get a better look at Mary’s life, plus look at the place that Mary called home. Information about the play, the Mary Draper Ingles Trail, tickets, and more can be found on their site.
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