Fodor's Expert Review Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia


The goal of this museum in the Jackson Ward is to gather visual, oral, and written records and artifacts that commemorate the lives and accomplishments of blacks in Virginia. On display are 5,000 documents, fine art objects, traditional African artifacts, textiles from ethnic groups throughout Africa, and artwork by Sam Gilliam, John Biggers, and P.H. Polk.

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122 W. Leigh St.
Richmond, Virginia  23220, USA


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $10, Tues.–Sat. 10–5, Closed Mon.; Sun. by appointment only

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