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I went with a purpose and the receptionist very helpfully directed me to the library. However, the girl at the desk was very offhand and unhelpful. The computers were slow and old and the links didn't always work. What I saw of the displays was...更多
Interesting American period history. I especially liked the section on pre-Colonial American history. Very good maps, artifacts: the canoe, a slave shack, dishes, and other historical items and information. There are some paintings. I liked the doll house upstairs before you enter the main rooms....更多
This building on the Boulevard located almost beside the Science Museum of Va. does not charge for admission. The current Toy exhibit does charge but that did not interest me on my trip last week. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about how Virginia was colonized and...更多
Been here before, but the Toy exhibit from the 50's, 60's and 70's was fascinating and very nostalgic. The description cards were very well done.
Our kids loved the interactive escape slave game the most. They also went around and boned up for their state test on Virginia history. We saw it later in the day and there were we were pretty much the only ones there. Very nice!
Toys of the 50's, 60's & 70's is a must-see exhibit during the summer of 2017! While you're at the VHS Museum, take your time wandering through the main part of the museum, where you'll see numerous artifacts that you'd probably never see anywhere else,...更多
If you can make it before the exhibit ends on Sept 4th, don't miss it. If you are of a certain age, you will get a real kick out of seeing the toys of the 50's, 60's and 70's. Whether it was you playing with...更多
We didn't know what expect from a historical society museum, but this one had it all: paintings, artifacts, visuals, and good explanations that put events into context. The main exhibit traces the history of Virginia from Jamestown to the present, with some emphasis on the...更多