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Beginning June 6, 2014, the Lynchburg Museum will launch a new exhibit focusing on the important role that the James River has played in the history of central Virginia, both culturally and environmentally.
Architects across Virginia have nominated 250 structures they consider the best of Virginia’s rich architectural heritage. The Lynchburg Museum, located at 901 Court Street and Point of Honor, 112 Cabell Street, are on the list. The public is invited to vote on their favorites, and once votes are tallied, the top 100 will be featured in an exhibition entitled Virginia’s Favorite Architecture. Other Lynchburg area structures on the list include the Allied Arts Building on Church Street and Poplar Forest.