At Richmond’s Executive Mansion — the nation’s oldest, purpose-built governor’s mansion — the new year presents an opportunity to continue the centuries-old tradition of welcoming Virginians and visitors. With the addition of loaned artwork from every corner of the Commonwealth in the “Art Experience”, an updated website and interior restorative refreshments, 2022 was a big year. To stay up to date on what's happening at the Mansion in 2023, visit the Executive Mansion's Happenings page.
First Lady Suzanne S. Youngkin and Governor Glenn Youngkin were grateful to hear from and host women from every corner of the Commonwealth this Women’s History Month. Thank you for your important contributions in your work spaces – and your home spaces. We celebrate all you do to make Virginia the best place to live, work and raise a family.