Saturday, November 16, 2013
| 8 am
Bus departs NCMA at 8 am
Board the bus with fellow Museum members as we head to Richmond for a day focusing on film. Our first stop will be the Hollywood Costume exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. You’ll have an opportunity to see some of film’s most famous costumes, up close and personal. Lunch follows at the luxurious Jefferson Hotel, and its rich elegance will make you feel as if you walked onto a movie set. Finally, we will tour the city of Richmond and check out some of the sites that have been used as film sets. Itinerary below.
This trip includes transportation, admissions, tour fees, lunch, and light refreshments in transit and is organized by Studio Traveler. For more information or to make reservations, please contact Adeline Talbot at (336) 312-5654. Reservations are secured by payment in full. Please note, however, that payment is nonrefundable unless the trip is canceled or fully subscribed.
Depart from the North Carolina Museum of Art
(please park in the Blue Ridge Road parking lot)
Movie in transit: Lincoln
Arrive at Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Hollywood Costume Exhibition Tour
Organized by the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Hollywood Costume explores the central role costume design plays in cinematic storytelling. Bringing together more than 100 of the most iconic movie costumes from a century of filmmaking, it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the clothes worn by unforgettable characters in The Wizard of Oz, The Birds, My Fair Lady, Superman, Titanic, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and The Dark Knight Rises.
Lunch at the Jefferson Hotel
This elegant hotel has played host to presidents, authors, explorers, and, of course, movie stars. In keeping with our movie theme, we chose a hotel that has been featured in several movies, including My Dinner with Andre (1981) and The American President (1995).
Lights, Camera, Action: A Tour of Richmond Movie Locations
Richmond has been used as a set for more than 40 movies and television shows, most recently Steven Spielberg’s Academy Award–winning film Lincoln. Join our experienced guide for a three-hour insider’s tour including stops at some exciting key locations, complete with accompanying movie clips.
Movie in Transit: Dirty Dancing
Stop in historic Petersburg for a choose-your-own dinner at Maria’s Café. Please note that this meal is not included in your ticket cost.
Reservations are secured by payment in full. Studio Traveler will gladly issue a full refund if the trip is canceled or in the event of an otherwise fully subscribed trip.