RECREATION & PARKS
Virginia Randolph Museum
This house was once used as the home economics cottage for the Virginia Randolph Training Center. It is now a museum dedicated to preserving the legacy of the renowned Henrico County educator Virginia E. Randolph.
This brick structure built in 1937 was the home economics cottage for the Virginia Randolph Education Center. Virginia Randolph, an innovative African-American educator in vocational training, kept an office in this building during the latter part of her life. Miss Randolph died in 1958 and is buried on the grounds. In 1970, this structure was dedicated as a museum in honor of Miss Randolph and is a National Register Landmark.
Hours of Operation
Monday-Wednesday by appointment
The Twelve Sycamore Trees
Saturday, April 12, 1-4pm, Free.
It’s Arbor Day. Stop by the museum and ask Miss Randolph about the sycamore trees out front. Also learn about the community that planted them. Information: 261-5029.
To view a complete list of Recreation programs and register online, visit HCRP Connect.
Registration is required in advance for all programs with a fee.