That’s right! The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ special exhibition titled “Tiffany: Color and Light” has closed. But, did you know that many of the lamps and other decorative arts pieces are part of the permanent collections of the VMFA. (more…)
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Tiffany: Color and Light’s closing is imminent – just 3 weeks away on August 15th! Have you seen the glass master’s exhibit at Richmond’s Virginia Museum of Fine Arts? Better make your plans now. (more…)
Guest rooms at our historic Fan District Bed and Breakfast have been upgraded with new HVAC units that are more energy efficient. Each room retains its individual thermostat allowing our guests the utmost in individual comfort. Though our systems were relatively new, they had developed leaks that were impossible to locate and replacement was the only answer. Our thanks go out to Chuck and his helpers who endured the heat of our attic to make the swap in Richmond’s heat spell.
Don’t let the predictions of summer heat keep you from planning a trip to Richmond. Museums, restaurants, and attractions are all air-conditioned and there’s always the James River for rafting, tubing, or canoeing. Best of all, here at our Richmond Virginia inn, you can control the temperature in your room with the press of a button on the thermostat. And, since the units are energy-efficient, you’re doing your part to help us reduce our carbon footprint.
PS. Don’t forget – the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Tiffany: Color and Light exhibit closes August 15th – that’s only five more weeks to see this special exhibition of the works of Tiffany, the Master of Glass.
Book your reservation for the Tiffany: Color and Light Exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts by phone at 804-340-1405 or on-line at TICKETS and expect to be dazzled by this only US appearance of Tiffany’s varied and spectacular works. Then make a reservation for two-nights at the William Miller House Bed and Breakfast in either the Regency or Touch of France room. Show us your used ticket stub and we’ll deduct the cost of your tickets (maximum 2 per room) from the invoice for your two-night stay.
Stay at Richmond’s gourmet bed and breakfast and see the Tiffany exhibit on us!
This special is valid until the exhibit closes on August 15th and may not be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount. The William Miller House Bed and Breakfast cannot guarantee or offer tickets to the Tiffany exhibit which are obtained through the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
The ninth season of Richmond’s First Fridays Art Walk is well under way. In fact, there are only 3 First Fridays left in the ninth season; in September 2010 the tenth season launches. This monthly event showcases over 30 diverse small businesses, working studios, and cultural organizations that call Richmond’s downtown home. Featuring diverse art galleries, unique boutiques, incredible dining, a spot of culture, and independent studios – First Fridays beckon art lovers to experience downtown’s nightlife. (more…)