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Visit the Reeves Center and Watson Pavilion During Lee Chapel Renovations

During the Lee Chapel renovations, the Lee Chapel staff would like to invite the community to visit the Reeves Center and Watson Pavilion to explore their galleries.

The Watson Pavilion will host the portraits from the Washington-Custis-Lee Collection, a student curated ceramics exhibit, a Japanese tea room and a pop up museum shop.

The Reeves Center houses the 4th largest ceramics collection in the United States. The Reeves Center not only displays ceramics but also exhibits work by Louise Herreshoff, who with her husband Euchlin, gave the first gift of ceramics to start Washington and Lee’s collection in 1967.

Visitors wishing to visit the two buildings may park in the Lee Chapel visitor lot located at 100 N. Jefferson St. off of BUS. 11. From there, follow the campus path up and past the Lee Chapel until you reach Washington Hall. Turn right and follow the walkway until it splits. The Reeves Center is to the right and the Watson Pavilion to the left.

For more information you may call 458.540.8034 or email reevescenter@wlu.edu

HOURS: Monday-Saturday: 9-4 p.m. Sunday: CLOSED

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