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Virginia Historical Society

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Current exhibits are The Jamestown Negro Exhibit of 1907, Virginians at work, The story of Virginia, and American Experience, The Virginia Manufacture of arms collection, Solving History's Mysteries, Silver in Virginia, Lee and Grant exhibit and so much more. Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 1-5. Fee. Located at 428 North Blvd., Richmond.

428 North Blvd.
Richmond, Virginia
United States

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Confederate War Memorial Chapel

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The Confederate War Memorial is a nondenominational chapel built in 1887 by Confederate veterans as a memorial to Confederate dead. Come learn and be engulfed in the country's past. Many lessons are to be learned at this memorial. Memorial is open every Wednesday - Sunday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Free of charge and open to everyone.

2900 Grove Ave.
Richmond, Virginia 23221
United States

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Black History Museum and Cultural Center

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The preservation of our history is important. It records our struggles. It celebrates our accomplishments. It helps us understand ourselves.This museum exhibits items and collections that focus on Virginian African-Americans, such as documents, limited editions, prints, art and photographs. A must see destination when visiting Richmond, VA.

00 W Clay St
Richmond, Virginia 23219
United States

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Agecroft Hall

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On rolling hills overlooking the James River sits this English Tudor style home that was reconstructed here after it’s move from England. Guided museum tours are offered to walk-in visitors typically on the hour and/or half-hour during normal museum hours Tuesdays through Saturdays 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sundays 12:30 pm to 5:00 pm. All museum tours are guided.

103 Canterbury Rd
Richmond, Virginia 23221
United States

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Virginia Holocaust Museum

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Gain insight about the lives of people affected by Nazi German atrocities of the 1940's. You will walk through a concentration camp, board the St. Louis ship, be inside a cattle car, and be exposed to a ghetto. You can crawl through to a hiding place where 13 people lived and hid for 9 months. The newest exhibit is a replica of the courtroom where the Nuremberg Trials were conducted. The overwhelming theme of the museum is that "we never forget".

2000 E. Cary St.
Richmond, Virginia
United States

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The Valentine

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The Valentine collects, preserves and interprets Richmond's history through exhibits, programs, tours, special events and stewardship of the 1812 John Wickham House, a neoclassical masterpiece, and the Edward V. Valentine Sculpture Studio, one of only four 19th century sculpture studios open to the public. Located at 1015 East Clay St.

1015 East Clay St.
Richmond, Virginia
United States

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Edgar Allan Poe Museum

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Richmond's Poe Museum boasts the world's finest collection of Edgar Allan Poe's manuscripts, letters, first editions, memorabilia and personal belongings. The Poe Museum provides a retreat into early nineteenth century Richmond where Poe lived and worked. The museum features the life and career of Edgar Allan Poe by documenting his accomplishments with pictures, relics, and verse, and focusing on his many years in Richmond.

1914 E Main St
Richmond, Virginia 23223
United States

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Children's Museum of Richmond

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The Children's Museum of Richmond is a fun place where kids climb, create, explore and play their way to a lifetime of learning. Check out the CMoR Backyard, which invites expression in a natural outdoor setting. A hands on discovery center for kids of all ages. Hours of playing and exploring while learning awaits. Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm; Sunday 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

2626 W Broad St
Richmond, Virginia 23220
United States

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Beth Ahabah Museum and Archives

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The Beth Ahabah Museum & Archives collects, preserves and exhibits materials that relate to Jewish history and culture – with particular emphasis on Richmond, Virginia – so that Jewish history and culture may be documented, interpreted and passed on to future generations. Come enjoy the collection and archives today. Sun –Thurs 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

1109 W Franklin St
Richmond, Virginia 23220
United States

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Jefferson Planetarium

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4100 W Grace St
Richmond, Virginia 23230
United States

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