Living on the Water

Experience a wide variety of bird, mammal and marine animal mounts depicted in elaborate scenes, as well as actual boats and models of ships and other large marine vessels.

Hall of Ancient Life

The Harvest Foundation of the Piedmont Hall of Ancient Life greets visitors as the first exhibit gallery with a vast assortment of fascinating displays of ancient creatures and modern science.

DINOSAURS

Experience towering dinosaur skeletons in the Harvest Foundation Hall of Ancient Life.

Thursday, March 12
2nd Thursday Science Talks -

Join us every second Thursday of each month through May 14, 2015 for special presentations delivered by VMNH curators, VMNH researchers, as well as VMNH research associates.  Each topic covers a unique field of science from paleontology to archaeology to human health.

Saturday, March 14
Kite Festival -

Join us on Saturday, March 14 at Jack Dalton Park in Henry County for the FREE 6th annual Piedmont Kite Festival, sponsored by American Global Logistics.

Wednesday, March 18
Homeschool Wednesdays -

Science and engineering programs specifically designed for home school students

Wednesday, March 25
Doodle Bugs! - Physical Sciences: Energy -

VMNH offers children ages 3 to 5 the opportunity to experience natural history first-hand with the Doodle Bugs! program.

28th annual Thomas Jefferson Awards held February 11 in Richmond

The Virginia Museum of Natural History held its 28th annual Thomas Jefferson Awards ceremony on February 11 at the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

Wildlife of Manhattan finds new home at VMNH

The Virginia Museum of Natural History is the new home to 390 spectacular wildlife mounts, known as The Gregory Speck Collection.

Reptile Day festival a success

The annual Reptile Day festival was a huge success, drawing over 300 area students on October 10 and over 1,300 visitors on October 11. Thank you to sponsors American Global Logistics and River Community Bank.

VMNH receives $20,000 grant for new exhibit

VMNH has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Patterson Trust for a new saber-toothed cat exhibit.

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