Historic Weston Manor "Architecture in Virginia: The New Dominion," features 30 photographs portraying Virginia architecture. Through Oct. 25. Hopewell. 458-4682.
The Library of Virginia "Virginia Roots Music: Creating and Conserving Tradition" features rare photographs, sheet music and recordings from 1865-1940. Through March 22. 800 E. Broad St. 692-3592.
Science Museum of Virginia "Bioscape" life-sciences exhibit on permanent display. Learn about the lost world of Tikal by watching "Lost Worlds: Life in Balance" in the IMAX Dome. Through Dec. 31. Titanic Science features more than 100 artifacts from the Titanic. Through Jan. 5, 2003. See preserved footage of the Titanic as you travel to the depths of the Atlantic in the new IMAX film "Titanica." Through Jan 5, 2003. 2500 W. Broad St. 864-1400.
The Valentine Museum/Richmond History Center Watch art conservators work on materials from the Edward V. Valentine Sculpture Studio in "Conservators at Work: Preserving Valentine's Sculpture." Through Dec. 30. "The Business of Segregation," an exploration of African-American-owned businesses in Richmond during segregation. Through Oct. 7. "Fashion Stores of the South," 50 years of Richmond fashion. Through April. 1015 E. Clay St. 649-0711.
Virginia Aviation Museum SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, vintage aircraft, aviation history exhibits, World War II diorama, and Admiral Byrd's 1927 Fairchild on permanent display at the Richmond International Airport. 236-3622.
Virginia Historical Society "Virginia Treasures from the National Portrait Gallery." Through January. "September 11, 2001, in Virginia" commemorates the lives of those lost in the attack on the Pentagon, documents the rescue efforts conducted and Virginian's responses to the event. Through Nov. 25. 428 N. Boulevard. 342-9665.
Virginia Holocaust Museum "The Ipson Saga" and "Through Our Survivors' Eyes," on permanent display. 213 Roseneath Road. 257-5400.
Wilton House "Portraits, Paintings and Prints at Wilton: The Nancy Gatewood Brown Memorial Exhibit." 215 S. Wilton Road.
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