Explore these inspiring art exhibitions at the Museum!
This art exhibition celebrates the 100th anniversary of Broad Street Station, featuring images spanning its construction through the 1970s and through objects that tell our building’s history as a busy train station.
All Aboard! is included with Museum admission.
Plants & Pollinators
Now through April 21
Explore the vital connections between local flora and fauna through works by VCU Scientific & Preparatory Medical Illustration students.
Plants & Pollinators is included with Museum admission.
The Pope Centennial
Now through June 3
The Branch House at 2501 Monument Avenue sits on the southeast corner of Monument Avenue and Davis Street in the Fan District of Richmond. The Branch House was commissioned by John Kerr Branch, a Richmond banker and stockbroker, and was designed by John Russell Pope, who was one of America’s leading architects during the early 20th century.
John Russell Pope also designed the building you are standing in today – Richmond’s Broad Street Station, now the Science Museum of Virginia! Our shared Centennial is an opportunity to explore the histories of these two important Richmond buildings in the context of a growing and changing Richmond.
The Pope Centennial is included with Museum admission.
See the Heat
April 26 – October 25
Explore Richmond wall mural art through the lens of infrared photography, and see how light and dark colors impact the wall temperatures.
See the Heat is included with Museum admission.
June 6 - September 6
Graffiti of Pompeii is included with Museum admission.
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