How do monuments get made? What is the next monument to go up in our city? Students will analyze concept ideas from an international competition to reimagine the public spaces […]
Using hats, dance and stories, students examine roles in our community from long ago and today!
Play with patterns and colors while exploring shapes and textures found in the clothes we wear and the jobs we do.
Experience a customized virtual Wickham House tour in real-time built to meet your groups needs and interests.
Trades and recreation activities of early Richmond residents are examined through artifact investigations, games and a craft.
In this virtual program, students are introduced to the museum and stories of important Virginia History Makers.
Join us for a virtual tour, as we learn more about the Powhatan people who called the Richmond region home prior to colonization.
Students identify Greek and Roman neoclassical elements in the 1812 Wickham House, Valentine galleries and throughout Richmond architecture.
Learn about spies who lived and worked in the Richmond region during the Revolutionary and Civil wars.
What made Richmond a city and a capital? Discover what makes our city historical and unique.
Examine the Civil War in Richmond through the lives of the free and enslaved, Union and Confederate, and through the lens of prolific photographers.
Identify the effects of the Great Depression in Richmond, the economics and programs of the time and how they resonate today.
Examine the WWII home front including women in the workforce, rationing and the role of propaganda.
Explore the realities of Jim Crow and the segregation and integration eras in the Greater Richmond area and the figures and disputes that shaped national change.
On this walking tour through Richmond’s Court End neighborhood, students explore Richmond architecture influenced by Egypt, Greece and Ancient Rome.
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