Agecroft Museum "Pardon from Elizabeth I to Sir Robert Langley," part of a yearlong celebration of the life and times of Queen Elizabeth I, Tuesdays-Saturdays 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sundays 12:30 p.m.-5 p.m. Through March 23. Now on view, a dress worn by actress Kate Blanchett in the 1998 blockbuster movie "Elizabeth." Through May 2. 4305 Sulgrave Road. $7 adults, $6 seniors, $4 students, free for children 6 and younger. 353-4241.
The Black History Museum & Cultural Center "The Fabric of Life: The Quilts of Anita Holloway." 00 Clay St. Through April 6. 780-9107.
Children's Museum of Virginia "Adventures With Lewis and Clark," an interactive exhibit celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Through Oct. 31. 2626 W. Broad St. 474-7010.
"James River Waterplay," an interactive, water-filled permanent exhibit exploring hydrology, regional history and commerce along the river. 2626 W. Broad St. 474-7010.
Dementi Studios "A Century of Richmond Brides," featuring 12 portraits of brides from each decade back to the 1890s, is showing at Tiffany's Bridal Shop. 3851 Springfield Road. 648-9003.
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.
"Don't Grieve After Me; The Black Experience in Virginia, 1619-2001," featuring more than 100 archival photographs in a narrative. Through March 31. 800 E. Broad St. 692-3592.
Maymont The Maymont Foundation offers numerous programs on the weekends. For more information please contact 358-7166 or visit www.maymont.org. 1700 Hampton St.
Science Museum of Virginia. Travel deep into Tanzania's Gombe Stream National Park with Jane Gooddall's "Wild Chimpanzees," 7 p.m. in the IMAX Dome. Through April 4. Experience Ernest Hemingway's classic "The Old Man and the Sea" on the IMAX Dome's giant, animated screen. Show starts at 8 p.m. Through April 4.
Design and create boats, buildings, bridges, windmills and airplanes, and find out about careers in engineering at the "Engineer It" exhibit. Through April 27. 2500 W. Broad St. 864-1400.
The Valentine Museum/Richmond History Center "Fashion Stores of the South," 50 years of Richmond fashion. Through April. 1015 E. Clay St. 649-0711.
The University of Richmond Museum The Marsh Art Gallery features large-scale drawings by Mary Stewart from the Learning series. Through July 26. The Joel and Lila Harnett Print Study Center features "Virginia Women Artists: Prints from the Permanent Collection." Through June 28. University of Richmond. 289-8276.
The Valentine Richmond History Center "The Business of Segregation" features photographs examining the treatment of blacks as customers, employees and business owners during the Jim Crow era. Through April 27. 1015 Clay St. 649-0711.
Virginia Historical Society "Virginia Treasures from the National Portrait Gallery." Through September 2003."A Dream Deferred: World War II and the African American Experience." Through March 23. "Old Virginia: The Pursuit of a Pastoral Ideal." Through June 8. 428 N. Boulevard. 342-9652.
Virginia Holocaust Museum "The Ipson Saga:" the story of holocaust survivor J. Ipson, on view. 213 Roseneath Road. 257-5400.
Virginia House The design and building of Virginia House, home of Alexander and Virginia Weddell, photographic exhibit. This is a long-term exhibit. 4301 Sulgrave Road in Windsor Farms. 353-4251.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Focus Gallery exhibition: "The Quintet of the Unseen," a 2000 video installation by Bill Viola, on view through March 30. 2800 Grove Ave. 340-1400.
Wilton House "Portraits, Paintings and Prints at Wilton: The Nancy Gatewood Brown Memorial Exhibit." 215 S. Wilton Road.
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