Join us in person at the Valentine for the first Controversy/History of the season: "Disease & Disparity." Local health experts will dive into access to healthcare, covid pandemic updates, and the latest information on monkeypox in the Richmond region.
Shockoe Hill Cemetery
210 Hospital St, Richmond, VA
Enjoy the grounds, botanical variety, sculptural artworks, and stories of notable tenants laid to rest in the 1822 Shockoe Hill Cemetery, as well as neighboring Hebrew Cemetery and Shockoe Hill African Burying Ground.
Are you passionate about the Richmond Region history? Do you believe in the power of Richmond’s stories? Join us for the Richmond Ambassador Academy, presented in partnership with Richmond Region Tourism.
2503 East Grace Street
2503 East Grace Street, Richmond, VA
While best known for its architecture and St. John’s Church, scattered across Church Hill are historic markers and monuments that mark significant and little-known stories of the city. Join fellow Valentine members for an exclusive Valentine Director-led tour.
Virginia Union University
1500 N. Lombardy Street, Richmond, Virginia
Our final History Hot Spot for the fall season is at Virginia Union University's Belgian Building & Bell Tower on Sunday, November 13, at 3:00 p.m. The Belgian Building was designed by Henri Van de Velde, a world-renowned architect, for the 1939 New York World's Fair. After the fair, the building was gifted to Virginia Union University and […]