The Science Museum of Virginia is located in Richmond, Va., and calls the historic Broad Street Station its home. Featuring three floors of interactive exhibitions, a 76-foot-tall Dome theater, hands-on labs and more, we've got something for curious minds of all ages. We can't wait to see you!
Don't forget to check out our current operating policies and building map guide before you visit!
2500 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23220-2057
Take I-95 South or I-64 East to Richmond. From I-95, take the Arthur Ashe Boulevard exit 78, bear right onto Arthur Ashe Boulevard and follow to West Broad Street (US 250), the 4th traffic light. Turn left onto West Broad Street and travel for two blocks; the Science Museum is on your left-hand side.
Take I-95 north or I-64 west to Richmond. From I-95, take the Arthur Ashe Boulevard exit 78 and bear left onto Hermitage Road. Travel south on Hermitage for 1.3 miles to West Broad Street (US 250). Turn right onto West Broad Street and proceed for half a mile; the Science Museum is on your right-hand side.
Science Museum parking is ample and free. Spaces near the front of the building are designated for guests with mobility challenges. All other guests should park in the deck located directly beside the Science Museum. Guest drop-off and pickup is allowed at the main entrance. The building has an automated doorway to the far right at the Science Museum’s main entrance.
The GRTC Routes 50, 76, 77 drop off on DMV Drive next to the Science Museum. The PULSE has a station on Broad Street in front of the Museum.
The Science Museum has a charging station for electric vehicles located in front of its building.
The Science Museum has a repair station for bicycles located in front corner of its building.
The Science Museum is committed to eliminating obstacles to ensure that the broadest cross section of the community has access to our resources.
Memberships can pay for themselves in as little as two visits! Lock in a year of unlimited, question-your-world fun today.