Sunday, July 29, 2018
WW1 America features more than 100 objects, powerful multimedia presentations, and interactive experiences—focusing on the war as a transformational event. Immigration and migration, racial conflict, women’s rights, labor struggles, and the meaning of citizenship. Sound familiar?
See what life was like for Virginians during World War I in an additional exhibition opening the same day, The Commonwealth and the Great War.
Important personal narratives from one hundred years ago illustrate the story of the war overseas and its dramatic impact on the home front.
Free for members. Plus, through the generosity of The Boeing Company, admission is free for active military and immediate family, and free for retired military, for the duration of this special exhibition through July 29, 2018.
Virginia Museum of History and Culture
428 North Boulevard, Richmond, VA, 23220