Historic Richmond's Quoit Club

Where History & Architecture Meet for Conversation & Cocktails

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Want to get on the guest list for some of the most exciting social engagements in Richmond? Membership in the Quoit Club gets you an all-access pass to the past, with members-only tours inside some of the most interesting buildings and locations in the city. You’ll mix and mingle with great people, enjoy fantastic food and drink and absorb fascinating expert commentary on Richmond history, architecture and culture. Part Happy Hour and part field trip, there’s nothing quite like a Quoit Club event.

Traditionally, quoits was a game played during the 1820s and 1840s with steel rings and metal spikes--think 19th century horseshoes. Through social gatherings, the Quoit Club supports Historic Richmond’s mission by engaging its members in caring about and for our distinctive built environment: past, present and future.

The season runs from March until October of each year; events are typically scheduled for the third Thursday of each month. Members must be at least 21 years of age.

Sign up for the upcoming 2022 season, here!

More details soon on where we will tour!

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Quoit Club | Blue Bee Cider

By historicrichmondadmin | March 16, 2020

POSTPONED! Blue Bee Cider 1322 Summit Avenue Thursday, June 18, 6:00pm to 8:00pm A creative adaptive reuse project and 2017 Golden Hammer Award nomination, Blue Bee Cider is located in the historic Summit Stables in Richmond’s Scott’s Addition neighborhood. The former city stables complex, built in 1940 is made from old granite street cobbles, it…

Quoit Club | McKinnon & Harris * MEMBERS ONLY

By historicrichmondadmin | March 16, 2020

POSTPONED McKinnon & Harris *MEMBERS-ONLY TOUR 1722 Arlington Road Thursday, May 21, 6:00pm to 8:00pm An adaptive reuse of a 1940’s warehouse in Richmond’s Scott’s Addition neighborhood is the new home of the McKinnon and Harris corporate headquarters, regional showroom, and worldwide fabrication facility. Alongside serving an intensive set of functional requirements, this project sought…

POSTPONED Quoit Club | Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site * MEMBERS ONLY

By historicrichmondadmin | March 16, 2020

Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site *MEMBERS-ONLY TOUR 600 N. 2nd Street Thursday, April 16, 6:00pm to 8:00pm Maggie Lena Walker devoted her life to civil rights advancement, economic empowerment, and educational opportunities for Jim Crow-era African Americans and women. As a bank president, newspaper editor, and fraternal leader, Walker served as an inspiration of…

POSTPONED- Quoit Club | Southern Barton Heights Gateway Corridor Projects

By historicrichmondadmin | March 10, 2020

This event is POSTPONED.  1611 Monteiro Street Thursday, March 19, 6:00pm to 8:00pm After nearly two and a half years of planning, meetings, site visits and working through the issues with fellow nonprofits and government officials, we are excited to be moving forward with the Gateway Corridor Revitalization Project – a unique partnership with project:HOMES…

2020 Quoit Club Membership Drive

By historicrichmondadmin | February 13, 2020

Congregation Beth Ahabah  1121 W. Franklin Street Thursday, February 13, 6:00pm to 8:00pm   The Membership Drive is a FREE event open to everyone interested in joining Quoit Club. Registration is required. RSVP to [email protected] or 804.643.7407. About Congregation Beth Ahabah: Congregation Beth Ahabah is one of the oldest congregations in Richmond. It moved to its…

Quoit Club | 1717 Innovation Center (MEMBERS ONLY)

By historicrichmondadmin | January 24, 2019

Based out of a 100 year-old, 5-story heavy-timber former tobacco warehouse in the growing Shockoe Bottom region, the 1717 Innovation Center is a community-driven business incubator, housing the non-profit Start-Up Virginia. This 5-story heavy-timber tobacco warehouse in Shockoe Bottom is home to Capital One’s Future Edge program, which facilitates investment in local businesses and mentoring…

Quoit Club | Laburnum House

By historicrichmondadmin | January 24, 2019

This Georgian Revival style mansion was built for Joseph Bryan and was considered one of the most luxurious residences in Richmond at the time of its completion in 1908.The Bryan’s Laburnum estate was originally well over 100 acres and is the namesake for Laburnum Park. The most impressive exterior feature of the building is a…

Quoit Club | Richmond Ballet

By historicrichmondadmin | January 24, 2019

The Richmond Ballet moved into their current space in 2000 after a major renovation. Previously, the building had been a manufacturing facility for Reynolds Metals and featured all of the heavy concrete and rough edges one would expect to find in a 1920’s industrial building.  Rather than covering up these rough edges, the new design…

Quoit Club | Fairfield- Private Home (MEMBERS ONLY)

By historicrichmondadmin | January 24, 2019

211 Ross Road Fairfield was originally known as Rocky Mills when it stood in Hanover County from the middle of the 18th century until it was moved to Henrico County in the 1920s. It is a mansion with great presence distinguished by bold classical elements combined with a traditional Georgian plan, paneling, and brickwork. Of…

Quoit Club Membership Drive | Virginia Museum of History and Culture

By historicrichmondadmin | January 24, 2019

The Membership Drive is a FREE event open to everyone interested in joining the 2019 season. Registration is required. RSVP to [email protected] or 804.643.7407. The Virginia Museum of History & Culture is owned and operated by the Virginia Historical Society—a private, non-profit organization. The historical society is the oldest cultural organization in Virginia, and one of the…

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