Explore the rich heritage of Radford and the New River Valley in this 19th-century Victorian building situated on the banks of the New River. Glencoe Museum provides a glimpse into the creation and settlement of life in the City of Radford. Glencoe's construction began in the early 1870s and first appeared on the tax records in 1876. The museum and gallery includes period rooms, history exhibits, an art gallery, gift shop, visitor center and an authentic one room schoolhouse. The Radford Heritage Foundation is also involved with lectures and cultural events that promote the history of Radford and the New River Valley. The house was named Glencoe, in honor of the owners Scottish heritage, Glencoe, Scotland.
Now available: official VA is for Lovers merchandise, locally made jewelry, pottery, prints, books, post cards and more! Open Tuesday through Saturday 10am - 4pm and Sunday 1pm - 4pm