The Garden Club of Virginia's Centennial exhibition “A Landscape Saved: The Garden Club of Virginia at 100” is open through November 1, 2020, at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture. Artifacts provided by members and member clubs tell the GCV story of statewide impact on landscape restoration, conservation, horticulture and education. Advance purchase of individual timed-entry tickets is required. Click Here for tickets.
The VMHC Banner lecture “Restoring America’s Most Significant Gardens: Stratford Hall, Poplar Forest and the Garden Club of Virginia” featuring Stratford Hall's Director of Landscapes and Security Matt Peterschmidt, Poplar Forest’s Director of Archaeology and Landscapes Dr. Eric Proebsting and GCV Restoration Committee Chairman Betsy Worthington is available to the public for viewing. The discussion focuses on the legacy of the Garden Club of Virginia in the context of these two current projects and their unexpected connection to each other. Watch now on YouTube.
Virginia Museum of History and Culture
428 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard
Richmond, Virginia 23220