The event is free and open to the public, but you may reserve a seat guarantee your spot at the forefront of history! Afterwards artist Laura Marr will sell her amazing coloring book INKY RICHMOND in the Visitor Center.
Join us for our last reenactment of the summer, followed by a book signing by author Jenny Cote whose new book The Voice, the Revolution, and the Key features Patrick Henry and St. John's! The event is free and open to the public, but you may reserve a seat guarantee your spot at the forefront of history!
Please join us for Dr. Jon Kukla’s talk about his new book Patrick Henry: Champion of Liberty.
St. John’s Church Foundation and the Poe Museum Present Fancy Me Mad, our fall event honoring the spirits of the season, All Hallow’s Eve, as well as master storyteller, Edgar Allan Poe. Please join us for a ghostly Graveyard tour, followed by tales from Mr. Poe himself.
The event is free and open to the public, but you may reserve a seat guarantee your spot at the forefront of history! Also Steven Smith, author of "Mystery on Church Hill," will be signing books after the show!
St. John’s Church Foundation is pleased to host a talk with the Marquis de Lafayette in honor of Bastille Day (July 14th, 1789).
Doors open for seating at 1:45 p.m. The program will last 30 minutes followed by a Q&A with the Marquis.
Ticket Sales to this show end at midnight! There are no tickets sold on day of show. There will be limited walk-up seats available if you don't get a ticket. Leave time for Street parking. Happy 4th of July!!!
In honor of Patrick Henry, Delegate to the Second Virginia Convention from Hanover County, first Governor of a free Virginia, and original orator of the lauded "Liberty or Death" speech.
10% off regularly priced merchandise on International Museum Store Day!
Save the date! John Ragosta to discuss his latest book about Patrick Henry....