325 North 2nd Street
325 North 2nd Street, Richmond, Virginia
Join the most experienced tour guides in Richmond to explore the diversity of one of city's most vibrant neighborhoods. Visit murals, revitalized buildings and historic homes and learn the neighborhood's rich history.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
200 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd., Richmond, VA
Join us for a monumental experience! Richmond’s most seasoned tour guides will lead you through the infamous sites that sparked a national discussion. Discover Monument Avenue through Augmented reality glasses to both investigate its Lost Cause origins and to discuss its effects on Richmonders.
Take a look at our educational clothing collection and explore ways that you can use clothing, design and color as primary sources to talk to students about community helpers, conspicuous consumption and history! This program is geared towards any teacher looking for creative ways to engage students using clothing and design in their social studies […]
Join us for a monumental experience! Richmond’s most seasoned tour guides will lead you through the infamous sites that sparked a national discussion. Discover Monument Avenue through Augmented reality glasses […]
St Paul's Church
815 East Grace St., Richmond, Virginia
Step back in time and explore a battle that divided Richmond social circles and families. Between 1909 and 1920, both pro-suffrage and anti-suffrage activists struggled tenaciously to persuade the public and the legislature of their views women’s right vote.
Patrick Henry Park
East Broad & 24th Street, Richmond, Virginia
American Revolutionary Patrick Henry once shouted the legendary words, “Give me liberty or give me death!” in this iconic Richmond district. Join the most experienced guides in Richmond to explore the evolving history of one of Richmond's oldest neighborhoods, from historic St. John’s Church and beautiful examples of Queen Anne architecture, to modern renovation efforts, scenic parks and a thriving restaurant scene.
Take a walk on Capitol Square and hear about the history of the monuments on the grounds of our state Capitol, including the Washington Equestrian Monument, the Civil Rights Monument, The Mantle: Virginia Indian Tribute, Voices from the Garden: Virginia Women’s Monument, Harry F. Byrd’s statue and more. Whose voices are uplifted by these monuments […]
Please use this link to register On this walking tour through Richmond’s Court End neighborhood, students explore Richmond architecture influenced by Egypt, Greece and Ancient Rome. Stops include (but are not limited to) the 1812 Wickham House, Capitol Grounds, Egyptian Building and Monumental Church. Following this program we will offer a Greek by Design Professional […]