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This exhibition questions the traditional definition of a family through portraits of LGBT families in the Richmond region. Sponsored by Altria Group, Virginia is for Lovers, Capital One, Richmond Region Tourism, and Michael Simon Photography.Find out more »
A collaborative community art experience inspired by nature, combining the efforts of regional artists and thousands of Garden visitors to transform the Garden into a living tapestry of natural art.Find out more »
Tropical beauties transform the Conservatory into a wonderland of vibrant colors, captivating sights and extraordinary discoveries. Get up close and personal as hundreds of butterflies feed, flutter, and take flight all around you. Explore their origins, preferred habitats, and lifecycles.Find out more »
Experience the most comprehensive exhibition ever compiled on one of history’s greatest minds. Combining machine inventions and interactive activities with a cutting-edge immersive walk-through cinema experience. Marvel at the breadth of da Vinci’s work.Find out more »
Created entirely from plastic pollution recovered from the ocean, this impactful display includes a dozen gigantic marine wildlife sculptures – from jellyfish to eels. Encouraging conservation, inspiring guests to reduce, reuse, repurpose and recycle to eliminate this worldwide crisis.Find out more »
Meet at the Hollywood Cemetery entrance at Cherry and Albemarle streets, near the rear of the stone structure to the left. Please note that this tour is 1.5 to 2 miles and involves several inclines. Comfortable shoes and water.Find out more »
The fashion and fiber arts play an important role in Richmond’s creative community, enlivening Richmond’s streets, shops, galleries, museums, and performance spaces. Drawing on the Valentine’s extensive collection of historic and contemporary costume and textiles, this exhibition celebrates Richmond’s devotion to creative expression.Find out more »
A classic story of optimism and hard work that will delight young theatregoers. Based on the 1906 sermon by Charles S. Wing, children will follow along with the little locomotive as he bravely puffs faster and faster, “I think I can.” Suggested for ages 3 through 8. Length: 50 minutes. Here’s the RFM review. Sensory-friendly performance July 22, 2017. (Tickets are no longer available.)Find out more »
In this clever and funny satire of musical theatre, one classic story about a beautiful ingénue who can’t pay the rent that her dastardly landlord demands becomes five delightful musicals, each written in the distinctive style of a different master of the form – from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim.Find out more »
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