Arts and Culture

Arts - Lake_Anna

 

Valentine Richmond History Center
1015 East Clay St.
Richmond, VA
804.649.0711 x301 www.richmondhistorycenter.com

Children’s Museum of Richmond
2626 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA www.c-mor.org 804.649.1861

The Museum of the Confederacy
1201 E. Clay Street, Richmond, VA http://www.moc.org/ 855.649.1861 or 804.649.1861

1708 Gallery
319 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA www.1708 gallery.com 804.643.1708

American Civil War Center At Historic Tredegar
500 Tredegar Street
Richmond, VA www.tredegar.org 804-780-1865

Louisa County Historical Society
The Sargeant Museum
Fredericksburg Ave.
Louisa, VA http:// www.louisacountyhistoricalsociety.org 540.967.5975

Science Museum of Virginia
2500 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA www.smv.org 804.864.1400

Virginia War Memorial
621 South Belvidere Street
Richmond, VA www.vawarmemorial.org 804.786.2060

Virginia Historical Society
428 N Boulevard
Richmond, VA www.vahistorical.org 804.358.4901

The Museum of Edgar Allan Poe
1914 East Main Street
Richmond, VA www.poemuseum.org 804.648.5523

Anderson Gallery
907 West Franklin Street
Richmond, VA www.andersontheater.org

Louisa Arts Center
212 Fredericksburg Ave
Louisa, VA www.louisaarts.org 540.967.5200

 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
200 N Blvd
Richmond, VA www.vmfa.state.va.us 804.340.1400

The Byrd Theatre
2908 West Cary Street
Richmond, VA www.byrdtheatre.com 804.358.3056

Richmond Ballet
407 East Canal Street
Richmond, VA www.richmondballet.com 804.344.0906

Montpelier Center for the Arts
17205 Mountain Road
Mineral, VA www.montpeliercenter.org 804.883.7378

Richmond CenterStage Box Office (Carpenter Center)
600 E. Grace Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219 www.richmondcenterstage.com
Phone: 804.592.3400

Altria Theater
Formally Landmark Theater
6 N. Laurel Street
Richmond, Virginia 23220 Phone: 804.592.3384 www.landmarktheatre.net

The Tobacco Trading Warehouse
118 Thompson Street
Ashland, VA www.thetobaccotradingwarehouse.com 804.499.0282
(7000 square foot century old warehouse in the heart of Ashland. Crafters and artists share space with antiques, collectibles, an apothecary and occasional auction house.)

President’s Homes 

James Madison’s Montpelier
http://www.montpelier.org/
Montpelier was home to President James Madison, Father of the Constitution
and Architect of the Bill of Rights, and Dolley Madison, America’s first “First Lady.”

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

http://www.monticello.org/
Get to know Thomas Jefferson—author of the Declaration of Independence and the Statute of Virginia
for Religious Freedom, third president of the United States, and founder of the University of Virginia
Poplar Forest
http://www.poplarforest.org/main
Thomas Jefferson’s Retreat built not only to take him away from the hustle and bustle of Monticello,
but, more personally, as an idealistic architectural treat to please himself.
Mount Vernon
http://www.mountvernon.org/
George Washington’s Mount Vernon home is one of the most famous and iconic buildings in America.
Learn more about the Piazza, Cupola, and all the mansion’s remarkable rooms.