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Been there, done that? Take another look. Virginia's museums offer amazing rotating exhibits in addition to stunning permanent pieces.
Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
From 1861 through 1865 Virginia stood at the center of a military and social revolution. How we define freedom, liberty, patriotism, and nation tod...
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 ...
On view at the Maier this spring will be the exhibit, Aves: Birds from the Natural History and Art Collections at Randolph College. In add...
Mount Vernon invites visitors to explore George Washington’s design for the grounds of his estate, highlighting the first president’s ...
A new Manassas Museum exhibit shows how archaeology can help tell stories associated with local historic sites. The exhibit features artifacts from...
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 fam...
The exhibit will occupy much of the Museum's gallery space and tie in with existing exhibits which already have river-related themes. Objects on di...
In September, the Memorial Foundation for Children Teaching Gallery, located in the MWV Art Education Center, will be transformed into an interacti...
Objects from The Mariners' Museum collection are featured in this special exhibition tracing the evolution of the dugout canoe through the centurie...
This groundbreaking exhibition will explore the pivotal role that Richmond played in the domestic slave trade. Curated by University of Virginia pr...
A new exhibit now open at Historic Jamestowne reveals new details about the material world of Virginia's Native peoples and their interaction with ...
On January 20th the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of U.Va. will open a new exhibition titled New Narratives: Papunya Tjupi Prints with Cicad...
Richmond Auf Deutsch explores surviving Germanic heritage which began to take shape in Richmond in the early 19th century. Revisit the lasting lega...
MADE in CHURCH HILLJanuary 22 - June 28, 2015
A collaborative exhibition involving a variety of local cultural and educational instit...
The Other Side of the Curtain:Soviet Jews Create New Lives in Richmond, Virginia
Through December 2015
In the late...
In celebration of Elizabeth Catlett's one hundredth birthday, the Museum will highlight twenty-five works pulled from art storage that were framed ...
From contemporary photography, paintings and sculpture, to jewelry, antiques and folk art, you'll find it here, in Downtown Lexington.
Winter Reflections At Home with Mr. Jefferson
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