OUR MISSION:

To carry out and encourage, within the context of a living historic village, the restoration, preservation, protection and interpretation of the man-made and natural historic resources and the British Isles and Appalachian heritage of the Rugby Colony National Register Historic District, and to help ensure controlled and architecturally compatible new development, for the education and benefit of all people.

HISTORIC RUGBY VISION:

Historic Rugby is at the heart of a place of great natural beauty on the Cumberland Plateau where all ages can rejuvenate, recreate and reconnect through an exceptional experience in a thriving, vibrant intentional community using its past history as a springboard for its new life.

 

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Hours

Winter Operating Hours

The Visitor Centre will reopen in March. Tours will resume then (group tours available by appointment; minimum 10 people until March).

The Commissary will reopen Saturday, January 13th. Its winter hours until March are 10am-5pm Saturday; Noon-5pm Sunday.

The Harrow Road Cafe's winter hours are 11-4 and 5-9 on Fridays; 8:30-4 and 5-9 on Saturdays; and 8:30-5pm on Sunday.

The Spirit of Red Hill Shop in the Village (nature art, vintage goods, oddities) will be open Saturdays and Sundays in January. Hours are 11-5, but may vary slightly due to weather or other conditions.. The Missions Matter Shop in the village will be open selective hours.

All Time Eastern

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