Upcoming Events

  • February 3

    Saturday, February 3, 2018, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Co-presented by The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design and Science Matters, an educational program of the Community Idea Stations. Join us for a special Family Build Day at The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design.  Learn about careers in architecture, engineering, construction, design and experience a […]

  • February 10

    Saturday, February 10th, 10am and 11:30am Join City Singers Youth Choir and The Branch Museum for a Family Music Day, exploring principles of music and architecture like rhythm, repetition, symmetry, and balance! City Singers will provide various instruments for kids to play and explore. Celebrate the arts with a children’s music-making explosion! Music instructors of […]

  • Thursday, February 15, 5:00 – 7:30 Senior Architect on the Darul Aman Palace Restoration project in Kabul, Afghanistan, Masouma Delijam will lecture on the nature and scope of the project, and her work in Afghanistan. The lecture will be followed by a question & answer session. Masouma Delijam was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, but moved […]

  • Join us Saturday, February 17th, from 1:00 – 4:00 PM for the opening of Frozen Music: Frank Gehry and the Walt Disney Concert Hall. The Branch Museum’s inaugural exhibit returns to our galleries after fifteen years! On view in our galleries February 12 – April 14 will be over 100 images of the construction of Frank […]

  • Join The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design for an architectural tour of its historic home, the Branch House. See rooms rarely opened to the public and discover the distinctive architectural features that make this Tudor-Revival home, designed by renowned architect John Russell Pope, an important historic and cultural landmark. Tours are $10 per person; […]

  • A Historic Richmond lecture presented at The Branch! Thursday, February 22, 2018 Join us for a panel discussion focusing on the neighborhoods of Northside, some of the first electric street car suburbs in the country. Learn about the history of the neighborhood as on of the first “rent to buy” developments, its distinctive architecture and […]

  • The second lecture presented by Historic Richmond at The Branch this Spring! Thursday, March 22, 2018 Did you know that in the first half of the 20th century it was popular to purchase a kit house from a catalogue? A typical house from Sears would ship by rail in two box cars and include about […]