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 houses we live in, the clothes we wear and the art we make.
Discover mysteries hidden in the Valentine collection and learn about the spies who called Richmond home.
Beginning with Capitol Square, learn about the people that impacted freedoms in Virginia and the nation.
Experience a customized Wickham House tour and gallery experience built to meet your groups needs and interests.
Explore buildings and maps in Richmond while learning about shapes, patterns and designs!
Trades and recreation activities of early Richmond residents are examined through artifact investigations, games and a craft.
Students utilize map skills while learning about Richmonders who shaped local and national history.
Explore the use of flags and symbols in our region and why they are important.
Students will explore the Valentine collection and galleries, engage with primary sources and 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.
Students explore the identities of enslaved and free African Americans in Richmond from pre-Revolution to post Civil War.
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.