Explore the fascinating stories of the women who occupied the Valentine's Wickham House on this 45-minute guided tour. During the 19th and 20th centuries, the women who inhabited this historic home navigated the social, cultural, and economic limitations of their times. On this tour, we'll discuss new research into the lives of the women who […]
On this downtown walking tour, you’ll visit the Valentine museum’s Court End neighborhood, uncovering surprising examples of architecture and Richmond history along the way.
Learn how to use primary sources from The Valentine collection in your classroom and explore connections between seemingly different objects.
Schools out for summer! Revel in that youthful nostalgia as we celebrate the start of summer vacation with a scavenger hunt, yard games and tie dye! And, because you’re all […]
From colorful murals, to ghost signs and vintage neon, Richmond’s landscape boasts an impressive collection of public and commercial art. Join the Valentine as we visit some of our favorite […]
Join the most experienced guides in RVA as we explore Richmond origin stories in The Valentine museum’s Court End neighborhood. One of the oldest Richmond neighborhoods, Court End grew into […]
Explore Richmond architecture influenced by Egypt, Greece, and Ancient Rome.
What does freedom mean today? What did it mean in Richmond in 1776? Explore how the establishment of a new nation impacted Richmonders.
Learn how The Valentine uses objects to tell stories about our community and how you can use this method in the classroom.