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  • May 22
    6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • May 23
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    The History Center and the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau present a walking tour of East Broad and Grace Streets in downtown Richmond.

  • May 23
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • May 24
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    The History Center and the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau present a walking tour of East Broad and Grace Streets in downtown Richmond.

  • May 24
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • May 25
    2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

    Sunday, May 25 and Sunday, July 6, 2014

    Designed by John Notman in 1850, Capitol Square is home to the Virginia State Capitol, the Executive Mansion, the Bell Tower, the Civil Rights Memorial and a number of monuments dedicated to Virginians who helped shape our nation's history, including George Mason, Thomas Jefferson and Harry F. Byrd.  Includes a tour of the State Capitol.

  • May 26
    10:00 am to 1:00 pm

    Commemorate Memorial Day with a tour of historic 18th and 19th century cemeteries in Richmond's East End, including St. John's Church, the African Burial Ground, Shockoe, Hebrew, Oakwood and Woodland Cemeteries and several others. Learn about their layout, evolution as parks, artwork and notable tenants. Reservations: (804) 649-0711 x301. Meet at the History Center.

  • May 26
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • May 27
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    The History Center and the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau present a walking tour of East Broad and Grace Streets in downtown Richmond.

  • May 27
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • May 28
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    The History Center and the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau present a walking tour of East Broad and Grace Streets in downtown Richmond.

  • May 28
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • May 28
    4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

    We would like you to join us for a cocktail and a tour to see our progress. Every Wednesday from 4:30-6 p.m. Please RSVP!

  • May 29
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    The History Center and the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau present a walking tour of East Broad and Grace Streets in downtown Richmond.

  • May 29
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • May 30
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    The History Center and the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau present a walking tour of East Broad and Grace Streets in downtown Richmond.

  • May 30
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • May 31
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    The History Center and the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau present a walking tour of East Broad and Grace Streets in downtown Richmond.

  • May 31
    10:00 am to 11:30 am

    Learn about the cemetery’s history, artwork, symbolism and famous residents, including two U.S. Presidents, writer Ellen Glasgow, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. Meet at the rear of the stone structure on the left at the cemetery entrance, at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

  • May 31
    2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

    From the Pyramid to the gravesite of Jefferson Davis, high above the James River, Hollywood Cemetery is the final resting place for thousands of Confederates. Come visit the graves of such notables as J.E.B. Stuart, George Pickett, Fitzhugh Lee, Jefferson Davis and many others whose stories continue to capture our imagination 150 years after the Civil War began. Meet at the cemetery entrance at Cherry and Albemarle streets.

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