|Location: 1201 East Clay Street & 500 Tredegar Street, Richmond, VA 23219|
|Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.|
|Cost: $16/adult (ages 18 and up); $8/student(ages 6-17); ages 5 and under are free.|
|Registration: Tour space is limited and registration is encouraged. Contact Tally Botzer at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 804-649-1861 x122 to register.|
Enjoy a special field trip for families homeschooling in Virginia!
Explore stories of people–free and enslaved–who lived before, through, or after the Civil War. How did enslaved African Americans remain hopeful in dark times? Was the freedom won at the end of the War really free? Programs include special tours of the White House and Brown’s Island. Tour space is limited and registration is encouraged. Contact Tally Botzer at 804-649-1861 x122 or by email for more information.
Additional Information: These programs take place at Historic Tredegar, White House, and Museum of the Confederacy
For the White House of the Confederacy: Parking is located at 527 N. 12th Street. From I-95, take Exit 76C Broad Street. Take Broad Street to 11th, then go right on 11th Street, right on Clay Street, and left on 12th Street. The entrance to the parking deck is on the right (Museum and Hospital Parking). Allow plenty of extra time to find parking.
Historic Tredegar: Parking is located on-site. From I-95, take Exit 74B Franklin Street, take Franklin to Main Street, go right on Main Street, left on 5th Street, and right on Tredegar Street. Entrance to the parking lot is on the right. The Museum is on the right as you come in.