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Continuing Exhibits

Agecroft Hall & Gardens "Gloriana: Elizabeth I (1533-1603)," 14 reproduction portraits of the British monarch detailing her 45-year reign. Exhibit includes engravings of Elizabeth I on loan from the National Gallery of Art, embroidered portraits of the queen and Tudor coins bearing her likeness. Long-term exhibit lasts through Jan. 2004. 4305 Sulgrave Road. 353-4241.

Black History Museum The photography exhibit, "Serve the People: Images of a Vision of the Black Panther Party," documents one of the most controversial organizations to emerge in America during the '60s and '70s. Through June 29. 00 Clay St. 780-9093.

Children's Museum of Richmond "Adventures With Lewis and Clark," an interactive exhibit celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Through Oct. 31. 2626 W. Broad St. 474-7010.

"James River Waterplay," an interactive, water-filled permanent exhibit exploring hydrology, regional history and commerce along the river. 2626 W. Broad St. 474-7010.

Dementi Studios "A Century of Richmond Brides," featuring 12 portraits of brides from each decade back to the 1890s, is showing at Tiffany's Bridal Shop. 3851 Springfield Road. 648-9003.

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden More than 30 acres of gardens, changing seasonal display, numerous garden events and bird-watching trail. 1800 Lakeside Ave. For more information, call 262-9887.

Library of Virginia "Legacies of the New Deal in Virginia," a free exhibit offering a look at federal programs initiated by Franklin D. Roosevelt that continue to serve citizens of Virginia. Through Dec. 6. 800 E. Broad St. 692-3592.

Maymont The Maymont Foundation offers numerous programs on the weekends. For more information please contact 358-7166 or visit, 1700 Hampton St.

Richmond History Center Interpretations of the life and works of sculptor Edward Virginius Valentine (a permanent exhibit); and "Preserving Richmond's History: Curators at Work," exhibit explores the contributions of the curatorial staff. Through September. 1015 E. Clay St. 649-0711.

Richmond Public Library New exhibits include: "Travel Perspective" oil painting by Montpelier artist Barbara Duke Jones; "All Around Richmond and Beyond," 12 paintings by Richmond artist Donald Richards; a collection of oil paintings from David Duck depicting Virginia and Hawaii; and "The Changing Face of Jackson Ward," 23 photographs from students at George Washington Carver Elementary School. Through June 3. 101 E. Franklin St. 646-4256.

Science Museum of Virginia Travel deep into Tanzania's Gombe Stream National Park with Jane Goodall's "Wild Chimpanzees" on the IMAX Dome screen. Through June 14. 2500 W. Broad St. 864-1400.

The Valentine Museum/Richmond History Center The Edward V. Valentine Sculpture Studio, on permanent display; "Preserving Richmond's History: Curators at Work." Through September 2004. 1015 E. Clay St. 649-0711.

The University of Richmond Museum The Marsh Art Gallery features large-scale drawings by Mary Stewart. Through July 26. The Joel and Lila Harnett Print Study Center features "Virginia Women Artists: Prints from the Permanent Collection." Through June 28. University of Richmond. 289-8276.

Virginia Aviation Museum "Aero Adventure" exhibit explores how ice and altitude can affect flight performance. Museum at Richmond International Airport. For more information, call 236-3622.

Virginia Holocaust Museum "The Ipson Saga" the story of Holocaust survivor J. Ipson on view. 213 Roseneath Road. 257-5400.

Virginia Historical Society "Silver in Virginia," a long-term exhibit features pieces from the Colonial era. Another exhibit, "Early Images of Virginia Indians: The William W. Cole Collection," traces the European perception of Native Virginians, spanning from 1585 through the 19th century. Through Oct. 5. Also, an original watercolor drawing of Lincoln's post-Civil War visit to Richmond. Through Sept. 3. 428 N. Boulevard, Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 1-5 p.m. Tickets, $5 adults. For more information, call 358-4901.

Virginia House The design and building of Virginia House, home of Alexander and Virginia Weddell, photographic exhibit. This is a long-term exhibit. 4301 Sulgrave Road in Windsor Farms. 353-4251.

Virginia Museum Two new exhibits explore Native-American culture. "Uncommon Legacies: Native-American Art from the Peabody Essex Museum" introduces more than 100 key objects by Native-American artists and includes rare samples from the late-18th through the mid-19th centuries. Another exhibit, "As Long as the Waters Flow: Native Americans in the South and East," showcases the selenium-toned, gelatin-silver prints of artist Carolyn DeMeritt, documenting the spirit of Native Americans who continue to build their communities and to make their presence known. Both through July 20. Adults $5, youth $3. 2800 Grove Ave. 340-1400.

Wilton House "Portraits, Paintings and Prints at Wilton: The Nancy Gatewood Brown Memorial Exhibit." 215 S. Wilton Road. 282-5936.

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