This restored 1825 historic tavern serves as a facility for programs and special events. The building, gazebo, and garden area are available for private rental through The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen.
Approved by the Board of Supervisors on August 14, 2018, Walkerton Tavern now operates under The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen. Walkerton will provide much-needed program space for the growing complement of cultural activities offered by the center.
View the recreation programs held at Walkerton Tavern.
For future rentals at Walkerton Tavern, please contact The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen (effective August 14, 2018).
Phone: 804.261.ARTS (2787)
Constructed in 1825 for John Walker, the Tavern served travelers along Mountain Road. It is architecturally notable for its hinged, swinging, two-segment partition that was used to enlarge an upstairs room to accommodate guests. From 1857 to 1941, Walkerton was the home of the Hopkins family. The Bowles family purchased the home in 1941 and sold it to S. Douglas Fleet in 1986. Mr. Fleet sold the property to Henrico County who opened it to the public in 2005. National Register Historic Site.
Restored 1825 historic tavern