Hours: Tu-Sa 10:00a.m.-4:00p.m. Sun. 1:00p.m.-4:00p.m. Closed Mondays

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.

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Glencoe Museum
600 Unruh Dr.
Radford, Virginia 24141
Local Phone: 540-731-5031
Web Site: www.glencoemuseum.org

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