Anniversary Celebration Activities

Promote your Business or Organization Free Oct. 13

Glencoe Mansion, “Radford’s Museum,” invites you to sign up for a free 10 x 10 space at our 20th Anniversary Celebration on October 13 to promote your Radford business.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Glencoe Mansion, Museum and Gallery. We will celebrate this milestone, along with the City’s history, culture and community.

Celebrate with us at the Glencoe Mansion (600 Unruh Dr, near Public Safety Building) from 10am to 4pm on October 13.

Participation is free. Each participating business or organization will receive a space measuring 10’ by 10’ and will be responsible for providing their own tent if desired. Access to electricity is limited, so sign up soon.

Please reserve your free 10 x 10 space by Friday, September 28.

Contact: Scott Gardner, Director, at

Upcoming Anniversary Celebration

Mark your calendar. More details to come!

Holiday Hours

In observance of Labor Day we will be closed


Sunday, September 2


Monday, September 3



We will resume normal hours at 10:00 am on Tuesday, September 4.

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Holiday Hours

We will be closed

Wednesday, July 4
Thursday, July 5

We will resume normal hours at 10:00 am

Friday, July 6.

Have a safe and happy July 4th!

Dalton Cookbook Celebration

The year 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of Governor John N. Dalton’s entry into office as the 63rd Governor of Virginia. A major part of how Virginians learned about Dalton was through the cookbooks his wife, Eddy Dalton, produced to share recipes and information about what her husband could do for Virginia. We are honoring this dual legacy with the reprinting of the 1977 promotional cookbook, “Our Favorite Recipes.”

Join Edwina (Eddy) Dalton Phillips and her children at the Glencoe Mansion for the release of the Anniversary Edition of “Our Favorite Recipes.” We will sample recipes from the 1977 cookbook and look back as the Dalton family shares stories of the development of the cookbook and their memories of Governor Dalton.


“All Dressed in White”: The History of the American Wedding

Glencoe_Wedding_Exhibit“All Dressed in White” will take visitors through four major time periods in the development of the American wedding: Victorian Period of the 1840s-1890s, New Century of the 1910s-1920s, Boom Years of the 1940s-1960s and New America of the 1970s-1990s. Across these times periods, visitors will learn how the wedding ceremony emerged as an American custom among the wealthy and how it transformed into a rite of which all Americans can now partake.

“All Dressed in White” is made possible by Ann Turner of Alter Plus, Cook’s Formals, Nesselrod Bed and Breaskfast, Rockwood Manor, Christian Travel, Ponnie’s Boutique and Gifts, and Todd’s Jewelry.

On display May 11 through June 30.


Special Opening Reception

Friday, May 11
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Come experience the wedding “reception,” featuring authentic jewelry pieces provided by P.R. Sturgill Fine Jewelry, as well as interpreters to bring the history to life. Photographers Jim Wheeler and Joyce Sims will provide “wedding portraits” for $5.00 for an e-version 5 X 7–Wedding clothing options will be provided.


Gallery Opening Reception

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