The Science Museum itself has a rich architectural history. It was completed by John Russell Pope in 1919 and was for decades the bustling Broad Street train station. The site was also briefly a Civil War military encampment and the site of many state fairs. Visitors to the museum will get to try their hands at building and construct a dome using simple machines. The exhibit will also introduce concepts of physics, science and engineering. The exhibit will run at the museum at 2500 West Broad Street through May 12, 2013. Admission is $10 to $11. For further information, visit www.smv.org. The Science Museum is within walking distance of Maury Place at Monument.
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your Richmond Virginia Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers at Maury Place at Monument