It’s train season, RVA! Here’s how to stay on track for all things model railroading and trains for your family of train lovers – exhibits, shopping, and more!
Browsing: Museums & Exhibits
VMFA announces that VMFA on the Road: Artmobile for the 21st Century hits the road this week in a newly acquired state-of-the-art trailer.
The Model Railroad Show at the Science Museum of Virginia runs November 24 though 26 – open at 8:30 a.m. for members and 9:30 a.m. for the general public.
VMFA to host free exhibit: Willie Anne Wright: Artist and Alchemist, a retrospective of the photographer and painter’s 60-year career, October 21 – April 28.
Learn about Initiatives of Change USA – the organization of change agents working to heal society’s divides.
At the Junior Center, young members enjoyed free classes, exhibits, lectures, tours, and fields trips – all of which were designed to supplement school curriculum.
Ten for $10 admission days at Science Museum of Virginia mean there has never been a better time to check out one of Richmond’s top family destinations.
Kids seventeen and under and students can enjoy free admission to VMHC on Labor Day. Explore the museum galleries and “Apollo – When We Went to the Moon.”
CMoR is excited to introduce new INFOGRAPHIC tip sheets for caregivers! There are seven topics available. The tip sheets are bilingual – English and Spanish. Special thanks to VCU doctoral…
Check out our list of venues and activities for those with sensory sensitivities.
UR professor Eric S. Yellin consulted on the Lillian and Albert Small Capital Jewish Museum. The museum explores the Jewish experience in the capital region.
RFM contributor Laura Boycourt and her daughter Amelia headed to the VMHC to check out Apollo and they filed this special “mom and me” review!