Stroll through the heart of the Confederate capital and hear the stories of Richmond women, from daring spies and devoted nurses to star-crossed lovers and captivating socialites. Learn about Rose O’Neal Greenhow, who drowned off the Cape Fear River, Elizabeth Van Lew the Richmonder who helped Union soldiers escape from Libby Prison, Mary Chesnut, diarist and neighbor of Jefferson Davis, Hetty Cary, the belle of the South, Buck Preston, the beauty from South Carolina, and more.
The tour begins outside the Bell Tower outside the the Virginia State Capitol on Bank Street. Street parking on Main and Franklin Streets will be available. The tour will last approximately 1.5 hours.
This event is free for members, and $10 for non-members(includes Museum admission). Advance reservations required. To get more information, contact Kelly Hancock by email or at 855-649-1861 x121.