RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) —- On Saturday, the Virginia Museum of Fine arts is opening a new exhibition focused on French emperor Napoleon.
“Napoleon: Power and Splendor” looks inside the French emperor’s household.
The show features more than 200 works of art, several of which have never been shown in the United States.
The exhibit runs from Saturday to September 3.
Tickets for the exhibit are free for members and $16 for adults. Those 65 years-and-older get in for $12, while students and children age 7 to 17 get in for $10. Children under the age of 6 get in for free.
More information is available on the VMFA website.