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Free Museum Admission

Enjoy admission to area museums with a Union A+ Rewards Checking account. Just show your school ID and A+ Rewards Museum Benefits Card when you visit any of the museums listed below to receive free admission. This is just one way Union First Market Bank would like to say “Thank You” to the teachers and school administrators in our community.

If you already have an A+ Rewards Checking account and want to take advantage of your free museum benefit, request your Museum Benefits Card below by providing your name and last four digits of your A+ Rewards Checking account number. We will immediately send you a temporary card via email. You will then receive a permanent card in the mail. Show your school ID and your Union Museum Benefits Card to receive your admission.

Request A+ Museum Card

To sign up for an A+ Rewards Checking account, visit one of our branches at any of our convenient locations.

Participating Museums

Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center

Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center

www.famcc.org

The Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center houses seven permanent exhibitions, and three changing galleries, that interpret the history of the region. Exhibits focus on Virginia Indians, the settlement of the region during the Colonial Period, Fredericksburg during the Civil War, Revolutionary War, and WWI and WWII, African American history from slavery to Civil Rights, and perspectives on our community today. Housed in the 1816 historic Town Hall/Market House and the 1927 Planters National Bank building. Enjoy Fredericksburg’s unique character in the adjoining historic Market Square, a public gathering space for centuries.
Preservation Virginia's John Marshall House

Preservation Virginia’s John Marshall House

www.preservationvirginia.org/marshall

John Marshall built his home in Richmond in 1790, eleven years prior to becoming the fourth Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. The Federal style brick house is one of the last remaining structures of the neighborhood that existed in what is now downtown Richmond. Inside the house is the largest collection of Marshall family furnishings and memorabilia in America.
Valentine Richmond History Center

Valentine Richmond History Center

www.richmondhistorycenter.com

  • Collects, preserves and interprets Richmond, Virginia's 400-year history
  • Exhibitions, Wickham House (1812), Archives, Walking and Bus Tours of the city
  • Sally Bell's Kitchen, serving lunch weekdays 11-2

Northern Neck Farm Museum

www.thefarmmuseum.org

The Northern Neck of Virginia has deep roots in the unique lifestyle of agriculture. The Northern Neck Farm Museum is dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of farming and forestry and its cultural impacts on society. The Museum has educational programs and school Standards of Learning (SOL) based field trips, which help students learn about the importance of agriculture in the Northern Neck Region. Visitors to the Museum will have the opportunity to see an extensive collection of tractors, farm equipment and many other exhibits, which depict the history of farm life in the Northern Neck of Virginia.

Reedville Fishermen's Museum

www.rfmuseum.org

The Reedville Fishermen's Museum, an affiliate member of the Council of American Maritime Museums, is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the maritime history of the lower Chesapeake Bay area and the watermen who have plied their trade here for hundreds of years, and the menhaden industry that has existed in Reedville for over a century. This is accomplished by acquiring, documenting and displaying materials that are historically important to the area's fisheries and the lives of the watermen, and to further educational programs to interpret this maritime heritage.

Two of the Museum's vessels, the skipjack Claud W. Somers and the deck boat Elva C. are in the National Register of Historic Places. This action speaks to the vital role that our local heritage – the heritage we work so hard to preserve – plays in this nation's history.

Stratford Hall

www.stratfordhall.org

Built by Thomas Lee in the 1730s, Stratford Hall is one of the great houses of American history. Four generations of the Lee family passed through its stately doors, including Richard Henry Lee and Francis Lightfoot Lee, the only two brothers to sign the Declaration of Independence, Revolutionary War hero "Light Horse Harry" Lee, and his son, Civil War General Robert E. Lee, who was born at Stratford in 1807.

Set on 1,900 acres on the Potomac River in Westmoreland County, Stratford Hall today offers year round educational programs for both teachers and students. These programs include teacher symposiums, student field trips tailored to the Standards of Learning, special events, and a summer camp program rich in history.

The plantation includes a visitor center with exhibits, Great House, outbuildings, nature trails, gardens, beach area, gristmill, a gift shop, restaurant and lodging.

The Museum of Edgar Allen Poe

www.poemuseum.org

Richmond's Poe Museum boasts the world's finest collection of Edgar Allan Poe's manuscripts, letters, first editions, memorabilia and personal belongings. The Poe Museum provides a retreat into early nineteenth century Richmond where Poe lived and worked. The museum features the life and career of Edgar Allan Poe by documenting his accomplishments with pictures, relics, and verse, and focusing on his many years in Richmond.

Frontier Culture Museum

www.frontiermuseum.org

The Frontier Culture Museum tells the story of the thousands of people who migrated to colonial America, and of the life they created here for themselves and their descendents. Many were farmers and rural craftsmen set in motion by changing conditions in their homelands, and drawn to the American colonies by opportunities for a better life.

To tell the story of these early immigrants and their American descendents, the Museum has moved or reproduced examples of traditional rural buildings from England, Germany, Ireland, West Africa, and America. The Museum engages the public at these exhibits with a combination of interpretive signage and living history demonstrations. The outdoor exhibits are located in two separate areas: the Old World and America. The Old World exhibits show rural life and culture in four homelands of early migrants to the American colonies.

 

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