Walkerton Tavern

2892 Mountain Road | Glen Allen, VA   23060 | (804) 652-1485 | Walkerton@henrico.us

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. Walkerton Tavern is a unique facility perfect for everything from a business meeting or retreat, to an afternoon reception with your friends or serving as the backdrop for a beautiful wedding. Walkerton Tavern is located in the historic Mountain Road corridor. A variety of classes and events are offered for both children and adults throughout the year. Parking for programs and events at Walkerton Tavern is available in the parking lot shared with The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen.

Hours of Operation

*NEW Business Hours, effective Feb 1, 2018*
Fridays, 12-4pm

Rental & Program Hours
Monday-Saturday: 8am-10pm
Sunday: 1-8pm

Historic Site Historic Site
Private Rental Private Rental
Restrooms Restrooms

View the recreation programs held at Walkerton Tavern.

For a complete list of Recreation programs and to register online, visit HCRP Connect. Registration is required in advance for all programs with a fee.

Facility Reservations

Areas available for rent include the first floor, the second floor, the caterer’s kitchen, and the garden and gazebo. The parking lot (shared with The Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center) has a capacity of 200 vehicles.

First Floor

  • Parlor: 12 (maximum capacity)
  • Dining Room: 11 (maximum capacity)
  • History Room: 12 (maximum capacity)

Second Floor

  • Long Room: 44 (maximum capacity)
  • Side Room: 15 (maximum capacity)
  • Map Room: 16 (maximum capacity)

Gardens and Gazebo: 200 (maximum capacity)

Reserve a Picnic Shelter or Gazebo is now located on Henrico’s Services, Programs and Resources page!

Helpful Links

Park Map
Program Registration
Historic Preservation
Reserve a Picnic Shelter or Gazebo


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.

Special Features

Restored 1825 historic tavern

Sun 26

Sundae Funday

August 26, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sep 16

Remembering the Great War: A Series

September 16, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Sep 22

Time Travelers Weekend

September 22, 2018 at 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sep 23

Time Travelers Weekend

September 23, 2018 at 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Oct 14

Remembering the Great War: A Series

October 14, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
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