Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts, Richmond
About Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts, Richmond
Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts, Richmond - Address, Phone Number
Address: 200 N Blvd, Richmond, VA 23220, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, with its recent multi-billion dollar expansion, easily makes it to the top ten comprehensive museums of the nation, if not higher! Richmond’s pride and joy showcases exhibits that span over 5000 years of mankind. Getting down to listing the museum’s permanent displays is an exhaustive task; some of the famed displays however, include the second largest collection of Faberge eggs collection after Russia, art from the Indian sub-continent and Tibet, antiquities from China, Greece, Africa and South America etc, and works of art by some well renowned artists like Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse, Degas and Picasso to name a few.
Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts Information
- While general admission into the museum to view the permanent exhibits is free, extra charges could be levied for any special display.
Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts Ticket Prices
- The entry is free.
Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts Opening and Closing Hours
- Library Timing on Monday to Friday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Restaurants Near Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts
- Commercial Taphouse (pub)
- Bamboo Cafe
- Social 52 (American food served)
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Everything about this place is 5 stars. Parking was easy in the adjacent deck. The grounds surrounding the museum are great and speckled with pieces of art. As a bonus, everything is wheelchair accessible! The museum itself is huge with incredible pieces from several different periods. We were there for several hours and still had more to see. The people working there are very helpful and friendly. We even had occasion to go to the restaurant inside and the food was excellent. Overall an amazing experience.
Absolutely spectacular. From the constantly changing exhibits, to the clean, sleek interior design. The museum itself is almost a piece of art, with amazing detail given to the landscaping, which is set in the middle of one of America's most historic areas. The museum itself is free with the special exhibits costing money Recommended as well: the cafeteria area where you can grab a drink and a nibble and sit in the sweet Virginia air and watch the water roll through the crafted water systems that are exhibits themselves A+++
I like the whole museum, full of interesting beautiful pieces. They seem to have a bit of everything. The statue garden is a great place to hang out after seeing the museum. My only problem is the cost of the cafe. I had a little chicken sandwich and it cost me 6.50. It tasted great though.
Went here on an outing for work after not having been here in years. Very nice place to visit lots of art. Definitely plan on coming back soon.
Extraordinarily underrated. One of the best possible ways to spend time in Richmond. The caliber of everything is always above what you can imagine and beyond what you even first expect walking inside each time. I am always amazed that one does not pay more.
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