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Ballot Battle: Richmond Suffrage Walking Tour

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.

History of Church Hill Walking Tour

Patrick Henry Park East Broad & 24th Street, Richmond, Virginia

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.

Monument Avenue: Origins and Reverberations Walking Tour

VMFA 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.

Figures of Freedom Shockoe Bottom Walking Tour

The Valentine First Freedom Center 14 South 14th Street, Richmond

Join us on Saturday, January 15 at 2 p.m. for a family-friendly celebration of Religious Freedom Day! This guided walking tour of the historic Shockoe Bottom neighborhood is an easy […]

Cancelled – Figures of Freedom Shockoe Bottom Walking Tour

The Valentine First Freedom Center 14 South 14th Street, Richmond

Please note - due to inclement weather the guided Figures of Freedom tour is cancelled. We appologize for the inconvenience. A self-guided tour is available at the Valentine First Freedom […]

Soul of a Community for Twin Hickory Area Library

Virtual

The Valentine Museum is proud to present "Soul of a Community" with the Twin Hickory Area Library. From early settlement and the rise of the domestic slave trade to business ownership and thriving communities, explore how Black Richmonders have redefined the River City and inspired a region and nation.