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Been there, done that? Take another look. Virginia's museums offer amazing rotating exhibits in addition to stunning permanent pieces.
You'll LOVE all there is to do this month in Virginia.
New Biodiversity Exhibit Opens at Rockfish Valley Foundation Natural History Center. The Rockfish Valley Foundation Natural History Center opens ...
Approximately 30% percent of the estimated 900,000 men who served in the Confederate army died in service; the other 70% returned home to their ...
The Fayette Area Historical Initiative, or FAHI, has unveiled a new exhibit entitled "Comics & Cards." This exhibit ...
The growth and manufacturing of tobacco played a vital role in the economic prosperity of Martinsville and Henry County during the 19th and early ...
In the spring of 2014 the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of U.Va. will exhibit the work of Nici Cumpston, a Barkindji artist and curator ...
This large-scale traveling exhibition developed by the Virginia Historical Society specifically designed to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of ...
This permanent, interpretive exhibit of the Crossing of the Dan River during the Revolutionary War is housed on the top floor of The Prizery which ...
How did the war affect the southern people? How did it alter daily life and accustomed roles and responsibilities? How did people cope with ...
The Museum of the Confederacy’s collections are rich with objects that are visually interesting, have unique stories associated with them, ...
The Museum of Culpeper History will open their new exhibit "War Comes to Culpeper" in February 2012, which highlights the events of 1862 ...
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 ...
When mothers left babies at London's Foundling Hospital in the mid-18th century, the Hospital often retained a small token as a means of ...
Thomas Day (b. 1801 - d. 1861) was a free black cabinet and furniture maker whose shop was in Milton, N.C., a short distance from Danville, ...
Beginning in 1971 at a government settlement called Papunya in the central desert of Australia, Aboriginal men began painting on masonite, wood ...
On The Shoulders of Giants honors the industrial heritage of Martinsville and Henry County. In the early years, tobacco production dominated ...
Opening on Saturday February 1, and running through Saturday May 31, this exhibit will feature the story of segregated schoolhouses throughout ...
Mount Vernon invites visitors to explore George Washington’s design for the grounds of his estate, highlighting the first president’s ...
Currently on display in the south wing of the Montpelier mansion is A Young Nation Stands: James Madison and the War of 1812. The exhibit ...
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