Paintings, photographs, books and other artifacts document the African-American experience in Virginia from 1749 to the present. The museum occupies a former Jim Crow library built in 1940 to escape racially integrating the Alexandria Public Library.
|Venue name:||Alexandria Black History Museum|
902 Wythe Street
at Alfred Street
|Opening hours:||10am–4pm Tue–Sat|
|Transport:||Braddock Road Metro|