Celebrate the accomplishments of the African-Americans who’ve contributed to our nation, and particularly our region during Black History Month.
Browsing: Museums & Exhibits
How did thinkers and writers of the late 1800s envision the future? Virginians will soon find out in “Discover Steampunk, the new exhibit at Science Museum!
Celebrate Presidents Day by welcoming seventy-five new American citizens at VMHC with free cake, lemonade, and live music!
VMFA celebrates Black History Month with exhibitions, installations, and special events honoring African American artists and community builders.
GLOW takes place Saturday, February 3, at the Science Museum of Virginia. The museum opens at 9:30 a.m. GLOW activities for all ages run from 2 to 8 p.m.
Explore VMFA’s winter and spring classes for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and give your young children a creative start to learning fun. Register today!
We declared 2024 the Year of the Museum Gift Shop to celebrate the amazing gift options for families at area museum stores. Enter to win a $100 gift card – good at CMoR’s museum shops!
VMFA is offering teen programming and classes for grades 6-12.
VMFA announces free admission for state employees, private and public educators, and active-duty military to the new exhibition “Dawoud Bey: Elegy.”
Elie Glyn, formerly of Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, will be VMFA’s new director of exhibition design and production.
On Election Day, Tuesday, November 7, show your “I voted” sticker and receive free admission to the VMHC galleries.
Some of the first treaties enacted in the territories that would become the United States were signed in Virginia and the indigenous tribes still honor them.