The Juneteenth programming concludes at 9 p.m. with the debut of Honor & Reflection, a contemplative multimedia installation at the ongoing excavation of the historic First Baptist Church’s first permanent location of South Nassau Street in the Historic Area. The installation will be on view nightly through July 4, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Weather depending.
Dates & Times
Honor & Reflection
Museum Murder Mystery: Curse of the Witch Bottle
With the help of crime scene clues and expert and suspect interviews, join the team to solve a fictitious murder.
Clothing Enslaved People in Colonial Virginia
Join apprentice tailor Tim Logue to discover some of the complex relationships between apparel, labor, identity, and enslavement.
Art Museums Admission
God is My Rock
Gowan Pamphlet, an enslaved man and popular local preacher, offers his perspective on slavery, religion and freedom.