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Immerse yourself in Virginia's history by visiting one of our exhibitions.

 

The Story of Virginia
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Exhibitions

Start your journey today through the Virginia Museum of History & Culture’s exciting and award-winning exhibitions!

Our signature exhibition, The Story of Virginia, features more than 500 artifacts and covers 16,000 years of Virginia history from prehistoric times to the present. Along with rotating temporary exhibitions, you will be able to see our other long-term exhibitions, including Landscapes of Virginia, Silver in Virginia, and more during your visit.

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Discover 16,000 years of history in The Story of Virginia exhibition.
Find out more about The Story of Virginia
Features twenty-one landscape paintings that reveal the variety of terrain and climate that charecterizes Virginia's five distinct physical regions
Find out more about Landscapes of Virginia
Passing Storm (1996.172.2)
Learn more about smaller exhibitions and the Carole and Marcus Weinstein Learning Center Displays.
Find out more about Other Exhibitions and Displays
Explore the Virginia Historical Society's collections on the road by visiting one of our traveling exhibitions today.
Find out more about Traveling Exhibitions
Robert Knox Sneden

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