Click the image above to make a donation to Historic Rugby.

What does your gift of money or time help achieve for Historic Rugby?

Your gift of making a financial contribution, becoming a member, or spending time volunteering for us can make a world of difference to our non-profit. Historic Rugby honors the past and all those who have passed across its threshold, but it lives NOW for its extended family of members, supporters, donors, residents and friends.

Our aim is to stay a healthy, relevant organization for those who have yet to discover the fascinating history, charming buildings and natural beauty of this little Victorian village on the Cumberland Plateau. Historic Rugby’s Board members, staff, members and volunteers take their responsibility as stewards of Rugby seriously and are committed to a successful future.

Help us continue our mission of preserving, restoring and interpreting this special place. And help make someone’s eyes light up when they visit Historic Rugby.

The quickest way to donate to Historic Rugby is by clicking the image above, which takes you to the donation page of our online store. Simply choose the amount you’d like to give.


 The links in red below will link you to others ways to contribute to Historic Rugby.

Planned Giving



Amazon Smile (Choose Rugby As Your Charity)

Your contribution is very much appreciated!



Fall Operating Hours
Oct. 28 - Dec. 15

The Visitor Centre is open Thursday-Saturday from 10am until 5pm. Tours are held at 10am, Noon, 2pm, and 4pm. Sunday hours are from 11am to 5pm, with tours at noon, 2pm and 3:30pm.

The Commissary is open Thursday-Saturday 10am-6pm. Sunday hours are noon-6pm.

The Harrow Road Cafe is closed until January 5, 2019.

The Spirit of Red Hill Shop in the Village (nature art, vintage goods, oddities) is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10:30am to 5:30pm; and on Sunday from noon to 5:30pm. It is closed on Wednesday. The Missions Matter Shop in the village is open selective hours.

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