Free Admission to 18 Historic Sites
RICHMOND – Time Travelers is a biannual Richmond Region tradition that invites tourists and locals to discover treasures spanning 400 years of fascinating history, including historic homes, sites and other one-of-a-kind attractions. During this event, which coincides with the annual Smithsonian’s Museum Day, a wide variety of the area’s historic sites will offer visitors a “Passport” to visit each site for free, September 21-22.
A free tour requires presentation of a Time Travelers Passport.
Tours are each half hour, beginning at 10:00 AM; the last tour of the day is at 3:30 PM.
Saturday there will be no tours from 11 AM until 12 PM due to a private event.
Sunday the first tour is at 1 PM.
Other participating sites include:
Agecroft Hall & Garden
The American Civil War Museum’s White House of the Confederacy
The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design
The Chesterfield Museum and Historic Jail
Chimborazo Medical Museum (Richmond National Battlefield Park)
Courtney Road Service Station
Dabbs House Museum
Deep Run Schoolhouse
Historic St. John’s Church
The John Marshall House
The Edgar Allan Poe Museum
Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site
Meadow Farm Museum at Crump Park
Virginia Randolph House
The Valentine and Wickham House
The Valentine First Freedom Center