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2010_VA_VHS21VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum
2011_VA_VHS11VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum
2013_VA_VHS3VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum
2014_VA_VHS35VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum
By the end of the year, they were closed for a new addition.
2016_VA_VHS9VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum
2020_VA_VHS11VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum
2021_09_05A1_VHS22VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum (Partially reviewed)
2010_VA_VHS_Armaments54VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Armaments
Arming the Confederacy:
The little-known story of the Confederacy's success in building a military-industrial complex to produce its own weapons is shown through objects from the Maryland-Steuart Collection, considered the world's finest collection of Confederate-made weapons and accouterments. The...
2014_VA_VHS_Armaments19VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Armaments
2010_VA_VHS_Work43VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: At Work
Virginians at Work
A long-term exhibition on display at the Virginia Historical Society
What Virginians do to make a living has changed dramatically through time. Initially, almost all Virginians worked the land. Now, only a few do, but output is greater than ever, and agricultural products are still...
2021_09_05A3_VHS_Capable11VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Capable
Capable
From July 17, 2021 - November 28, 2021
Time Period: 1925 to Today
In Virginia, 11% of the population has a disability, and many barriers exist for this community as they seek opportunities for employment, post-secondary education, financial independence, transportation, and housing. Each... (Partially reviewed)
2020_VA_VHS_Determined300VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Determined: The 400-Year Struggle for Black Equality
Determined: The 400-Year Struggle for Black Equality
Jun 22 2019 – Mar 29 2020
"We are determined to be people."
-- Martin Luther King, Jr. from the speech, I've Been to the Mountaintop, delivered on April 3, 1968 at Mason Temple, Memphis, Tennessee
In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the...
2020_VA_VHS_Frenemies122VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Founding Frenemies: Hamilton and The Virginians
Founding Frenemies: Hamilton and The Virginians
Oct 19 2019 – Feb 2 2020
The “ten-dollar Founding Father” will take over the Virginia Museum of History & Culture to coincide with the Virginia tour of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s award-winning HAMILTON. Throughout the museum, guests can discover rare artifacts...
2010_VA_VHS_HT19VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Heads and Tales
Heads and Tales presents portraits of five people with compelling personal stories—a woman who inspired the English poet Alexander Pope; a royal governor who was murdered by a mob; a Federalist politician struggling against the tide in Jeffersonian Virginia; a patron of the arts who made his fortune as...
2015_VA_VHS_Landscapes23VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Landscapes of Virginia
Landscapes of Virginia
The geography of Virginia has shaped the history of the state and the nation. A mild climate and navigable rivers attracted Native Americans and the first European settlers to the Tidewater. Fertile soil fueled a prosperous economy, and the Chesapeake Bay and the rivers that feed...
2020_VA_VHS_Charlie_Brown92VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!
Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!
Nov 23 2019 - Jan 12 2020
For millions of Americans, it really isn’t Christmas until they have watched A Charlie Brown Christmas at least once! This exhibition examines the making of this animated classic and celebrates the anticipation, joy, and pitfalls of the holiday...
2010_VA_VHS_Oddities43VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Oddities
Things That Make You Say “Huh?” “Wow!” and “Ewww.”
New Virginia Historical Society Exhibit Features Bizarre, Weird, and Just Plain Odd Items from the Collection
Richmond, VA -- Disassembled skull bones. A hair wreath. An infant’s smallpox scab. Tree fungus art. These are not items that most visitors...
2010_VA_VHS_Labor9VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Organized Labor
About this exhibition
This exhibition looks at a history that is perhaps longer than most people realize. Since the organized labor movement began, Virginia workers have seen major improvements in their conditions and pay. Unions were not the only reason for these gains, but they played an essential...
2021_09_05A2_VHS_Partners62VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Partners in History
Partners in History
From July 1, 2021 - January 3, 2022
In 2019, the VMHC and the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia (BHMVA) began a long-term partnership to share collections and resources to connect more people to the story of Virginia. The Partners in History exhibition explores... (Partially reviewed)
2013_VA_VHS_Songs_Change42VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Revolutions: Songs of Social Change
Revolutions: Songs of Social Change, 1860–65 and 1960–65
Jun 29 2013 – Jan 5 2014,
Revolutions offers a comparative look at two dramatic periods of civil strife and the music they inspired.

What does one of Bob Dylan’s best known songs have to do with slavery and the American Civil War? How did...
2021_09_05A5_VHS_Story21VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Story of Virginia (Partially reviewed)
2015_VA_VHS_Story6VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Story of Virginia (being redone)
2016_VA_VHS_Story4130VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Story of Virginia (Civl War)
The Story of Virginia
Step back in time and explore the Story of Virginia
Experience 16,000 years of history in 2 hours
This newly renovated 10,500 square-foot exhibition interprets 16,000 years of Virginia history and features more than 500 artifacts, maps, letters, and diaries ranging from the...
2010_VA_VHS_Story_Post78VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Story of Virginia (post-Civil War)
You weren't allowed to photograph the Civil War section in this incarnation because there were some restricted items in the exhibit.
2016_VA_VHS_Story5173VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Story of Virginia (post-Civil War)
The Story of Virginia
Step back in time and explore the Story of Virginia
Experience 16,000 years of history in 2 hours
This newly renovated 10,500 square-foot exhibition interprets 16,000 years of Virginia history and features more than 500 artifacts, maps, letters, and diaries ranging from the...
2010_VA_VHS_Story_Pre121VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Story of Virginia (pre-Civil War)
2016_VA_VHS_Story330VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Story of Virginia (pre-Civil War)
The Story of Virginia
Step back in time and explore the Story of Virginia
Experience 16,000 years of history in 2 hours
This newly renovated 10,500 square-foot exhibition interprets 16,000 years of Virginia history and features more than 500 artifacts, maps, letters, and diaries ranging from the...
2016_VA_VHS_Story743VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Story of Virginia (Virginia at the Crossroads of American History)
The Story of Virginia
Step back in time and explore the Story of Virginia
Experience 16,000 years of history in 2 hours
This newly renovated 10,500 square-foot exhibition interprets 16,000 years of Virginia history and features more than 500 artifacts, maps, letters, and diaries ranging from the...
2021_09_05A4_VHS_Violins72VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: Violins of Hope
Violins of Hope
From August 4, 2021 - October 24, 2021
Violins of Hope is a touring exhibition dedicated to initiating deeper, more meaningful conversations about tolerance and social justice while educating people about the horrors of the Holocaust. This is the first time that the exhibit has been in... (Partially reviewed)
2013_VA_VHS_Remains31VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Exhibit: What Remains and Love of Beauty
What Remains of Edward Beyer's Blue Ridge: Landscapes of Salem and Liberty
October 15, 2012-December 30, 2013
In the 1850s, German artist Edward Beyer traveled throughout western Virginia and painted landscapes of many of the small towns in the Blue Ridge Mountains. These paintings are remarkable not...
2010_VA_VHS_4Seasons32VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Four Seasons of the Confederacy Mural
2013_VA_VHS_4Seasons23VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Four Seasons of the Confederacy Mural
2014_VA_VHS_4Seasons43VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Four Seasons of the Confederacy Mural
2015_VA_VHS_4Seasons118VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Four Seasons of the Confederacy Mural
The restored mural is now open for public view.
2020_VA_VHS_4Seasons119VA -- Richmond -- Virginia Historical Society and Museum -- Four Seasons of the Confederacy Mural


What's hot: The following pages have been the most popular ones over the last month or so:
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2021_09_25D3_LOC_Geppi112DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit (Graphic Arts): Geppi Gems
Geppi Gems September 21, 2021-ongoing COMIC BOOKS have permeated almost every popular entertainment medium in the United States. When Stephen A. Geppi opened the Geppi Entertainment Museum in Baltimore, Maryland, in 2006, he sought to show how comic books—much like newspapers, television, motion pic... (Partially reviewed)
2021_08_14B1_Trumka250AFL-CIO Headquarters -- Event: Richard Trumka in Repose at AFL-CIO Headquarters
Richard Trumka to Lie in Repose at AFL-CIO Headquarters On Saturday, Aug. 14, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. ET, Richard Trumka’s family is giving the public the opportunity to pay their respects to the labor legend who passed away on Aug. 5. He is making one last trip to the House of Labor, a place an... (Partially reviewed)
2021_09_10B1_Come_From_Away190DC -- Lincoln Memorial -- Event: "Come From Away" performance
Join us at the Lincoln Memorial for a one-of-a kind free concert performance of the musical Come From Away on Friday, September 10, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. Lawn seating is available on either side of the Reflecting Pool on a first-come basis. Members of the Broadway and national touring companies of Come... (Partially reviewed)
2021_09_17B2_In_America2OC268DC -- Event: In America: Remember (art installation by Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg) -- Opening Ceremony
In America: Remember Opening Ceremony Prelude: The String Queens Host: Dana Bash, CNN anchor & chief political correspondent Welcome: Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg, Artist & Creator In America: Remember Lift Every Voice: Jason Max Ferdinand Singers, arrangement by Roland Carter Remarks: Deb Haaland, S... (Partially reviewed)
2021_09_15C1_In_America2226DC -- Event: In America: Remember (art installation by Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg) (Visit 02) (Partially reviewed)


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