Rendering of what the Science Museum campus will look like when the green is complete.

Creating Greenspace for Public Gathering and Informal Learning

The Science Museum of Virginia has new community greenspace called The Green. With the trees planted, art sculpture installed and pathways poured, the public can enjoy the urban park’s natural beauty as well as environmental and health benefits. The project aligns with the city’s Richmond 300 development plan, which prioritizes green infrastructure for Greater Scott’s Addition, one of the fastest growing, mixed-use neighborhoods in the city with one of the lowest levels of urban tree cover. The Green is, and will always be, free and open not just to Science Museum guests, but to all of the public.

Here you can learn more about the project, get your questions answered, see renderings for future sections of The Green and perhaps most importantly, learn how you can support this crucial community project!

They say if a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth a million. So watch below for a look at what will be along Broad Street!

Support The Green

Learn how you can support the project while honoring a friend, a colleague or a loved one.

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Project Overview

Learn more about the vision and goals for The Green.

Trees and shrubbery in The Green.

Have More Questions?

Check out our FAQs about The Green

A paved corner with a bench under tree in The Green.