“The Private Jefferson: From the Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society” opens October 15th.
Members of the military qualify for the discount, which is available at the museum only (online sales do not apply).
The exhibition presents the story of professional football from its beginning in the late nineteenth century to the cultural phenomenon it is today.
The period attire from the popular PBS series ‘Downton Abbey’ comes to life at the museum through January 10th, 2016.
The VMFA proves that floral still life is much more than just a bouquet of flowers on a table.
Richmonders get a peek inside the Imperial Palace built in the Ming dynasty
Exhibition will feature over 35 costumes from the hit PBS series set in the World War I era.
Tattoo artist, Gene Coffey, will be exhibiting his works on canvas at Ghostprint Gallery beginning in July.
Many of Hollywood’s best costumes will soon be on display at the VMFA.
Earlier this year, the Valentine Richmond History Center unveiled it’s A History of Richmond in 50 Objects exhibit, and now a piece from RVA’s best loved grocery chain joins the ranks.