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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Didn’t bring your bike along on vacation? No problem! Specializing in bike sales, repairs, and rentals, let New Wheel provide you with the means to check out Radford on two wheels instead of four.
The name says it all…something for every taste! Fresh selection of donuts and bagels daily. Get here early or you might miss out as the favorites sell out often. Also features egg sandwiches, bagels and spreads and specialty coffees.
Locally owned and operated, we provide quality service with equal quality furniture! Mattresses, living room furniture, bedroom sets and dining room sets. Financing available.
Chinese cuisine, free delivery, lunch and weight watchers specials! Mon-Th 11 am-10 pm, Fri and Sat 11am-11 am-10:30 pm, Sun 12 pm-10 pm
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One of the 388 sites included on Virginia’s Civil War Trail, Radford’s Battle of New River Bridge marker can be found at the far west end of Bisset Park along the New River (off Route 11). On May 9, 1864, the Battle of Cloyd’s Farm was fought in...