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Virginia War Museum

The Virginia War Museum follows the history of the U.S.'s involvement in war, from the Revolutionary War to the present day, with galleries focusing on the role of women and African Americans in military history, the place of Virginia in war efforts, and the development of weaponry over the centuries.

The museum offers exhibits, educational programs and tours for school groups, in-class outreach presentations, research library access by appointment, and occasional recreational and educational events.