Museums at W&L
Museums at Washington and Lee University
The Museums at Washington and Lee University (Museums at W&L) advance learning through direct engagement with collections, stimulate appreciation of global cultures, and inspire leadership in the arts and sciences. The Museums at W&L consist of the University Chapel & Museum, the Reeves Museum of Ceramics, and Watson Galleries. Works from the ceramics, art and history collections are also on view in several campus buildings.
Museums Temporarily Closed
W&L's indoor facilities will remain closed to the general public for the summer, with the exception of the E-Café located at Hillel House, and the University Store, which should be accessed using the entrance next to Canaan Green.
The Museums at W&L will use this time to install new exhibits and provide professional development opportunities for our staff.
W&L students, faculty, and staff may request appointments for academic research purposes by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. W&L’s current visitor guidelines can be found on the COVID-19 Resources webpage.