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Been there, done that? Take another look. Virginia's museums offer amazing rotating exhibits in addition to stunning permanent pieces.
It's warming up and Virginia is a great destination for your spring travels. Plan around this month's events.
The Civil War 150 HistoryMobile is an interactive "museum on wheels" housed in a 53' expandable tractor-trailer. In conjunction with the Brandy ...
10th Annual World War II in Miniature Display: On this Father’s Day weekend, treat dad to a one-of-a-kind exhibit featuring miniature ...
Quilting has long been a mainstay of Appalachian culture and heritage. Quilts from the museum's collection and those of area residents will be on ...
Little of a soldier's time in the army was actually spent in camp, on garrison duty, or marching from one camp to another. Soliders occupied their ...
Learn about Liberia, the 1825 house and once-prosperous plantation where both Confederate and Union forces made their headquarters during the ...
Open Tuesday-Sunday, 12-5pm. Step through the basement door and into the lives of the Dooleys' domestic staff - the butler, cook, housemaid, ...
This Yorktown Victory Center exhibition examines how people from many different cultures, those in Virginia before the 1607 founding of ...
Munnings: Out in the Open, April 24 – September 15, 2013Over fifty open-air masterworks by the renowned English artist, Sir ...
Wardrobe from the Academy-Award winning film "Lincoln" will be on display at Centre Hill Mansion in Petersburg.
The wardrobe from ...
To commemorate the 80th Anniversary of the Garden Club of Virginia, and the 20th anniversary of their initial restoration of the gardens at ...
The Journey of Hope in America: Quilts inspired by President Barack Obama commemorates an historic milestone in American history-the election of ...
Opening February 15, 2013
"A History of Richmond in 50 Objects" explores the history of Richmond, Virginia, through a selection of ...
Contemporary art is defined as the art of our time. However, it is not simply the period of its manufacture that makes this art contemporary. ...
Saddle up for the adventurous ride of Battleship, the first American racehorse to win England's Grand National steeplecase in 1938, brought to the ...
Perhaps no event of the American Civil War has been romanticized and written about more than the last great charge by General Longstreet's men ...
The Fed Experience is a free, educational exhibit brought to you by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Simulations and interactive exhibits ...
The Museum of Culpeper History will open their new exhibit "War Comes to Culpeper" in February 2012, which highlights the events of 1862 ...
Think you know the whole story of the Confederate flag? Guess again. The flag everyone recognizes was only one battle flag out of many—so ...
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