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The Story of Virginia

Traveling Exhibitions

Locally or internationally, the Virginia Museum of History & Culture’s Traveling Exhibitions program brings our exciting collections and exhibitions into your museum. Interested venues should contact Jamison Davis, Traveling Exhibitions Coordinator, at jdavis@VirginiaHistory.org or 804.340.2273.

 

 

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This traveling exhibition features eyewitness accounts and images by Union soldier Robert Knox Sneden (1832–1918).
Find out more about Civil War Journey: The Maps and Sketches of Private Robert Sneden
Rebel Prison in Savannah, Ga., 1864
Washington: The Myths and the Man is a touring exhibition organized by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture, traveling to venues beginning in 2018.
Find out more about Washington: The Myths and the Man
Washington: The Myths and the Man
The VEE display discusses the past, present, and future of our relationship with the environment.
Find out more about Forty Years of the Virginia Environmental Endowment
Virginia Environmental Endowment Tower Exhibit
Learn how you can bring Oh, Shenandoah: Landscapes of Diversity to your venue.
Find out more about Oh, Shenandoah: Landscapes of Diversity
Three States from Hilltop House Harpers Ferry
A Material World is a touring exhibition traveling to venues beginning in 2018.
Find out more about A Material World: Photographs of the 1980s
Woman wearing seven Swatch Watches. Images courtesy the Richmond Times-Dispatch.