Science Museum of VA

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Science Museum of VA

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This iconic Richmond landmark - now the Science Museum of Virginia - was actually originally built in 1917 as Broad Street Station, a full functioning railway station serving as a popular stop for passengers to hop on or off trains running through the East Coast all the way through 1975. In 1977 the building was reopened as the Science Museum of Virginia, housing its first public exhibit gallery, the Discovery Room. The museum now serves as home to a number of fascinating galleries and exhibits including 'Speed' which features a SR-71 Blackbird aircraft suspended from the ceiling to mark the intersection of motion and time in the world of science and technology, as well as an IMAX theater and planetarium. 

Designed by John Russell Pope, the same architect of the Jefferson Memorial, National Archives and National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., this landmark is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • 11" x 14"
  • Four color hand printed screen print
  • Limited edition, signed and numbered
  • Standard frame size
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