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Places to visit

Richmond is an amazing city, full of historic places and monuments, museums, theatres, galleries, and so much more to make a trip or every day life here interesting and eventful. Below are just a few of the attractions around this great city.

Museums

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
200 N. Boulevard
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 340-1400
VMFA opened in 1936 as one of the first state funded museums in the south. Art displays vary from African art to Modern & Contemporary with many others in-between. The museum also features the unique Amuse Restaurant.

The Children's Museum of Richmond
2626 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 474-7000
The Children's Museum of Richmond allows kids to have a blast playing while learning through problem-solving, and discovery in a creative environment.

The Museum of the Confederacy
1201 E. Clay Street
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 649-1861
One of the three museum sites, the Museum of the Confederacy takes you through the times of the Confederate States of America with "the world's most comprehensive collection of artifacts and documents."

Virginia House
4301 Sulgrave Road
Richmond, VA 23221
(804) 353-4251
Designed by Alexander and Virginia Weddell and constructed from sixteenth century materials, the Virginia House remains intact from its construction in 1929.

Virginia Holocaust Museum
2000 E. Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23223
(804) 257-5400
The Virginia Holocaust Museum currently has 28 exhibits depicting the Holocaust as it was experienced by its victims. The main exhibit takes you through the family story of Holocaust survivor and co-founder, Jay M. Ipson. 

Art & Culture

Reynolds Gallery
1514 W. Main Street
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 355-6553
Reynolds Gallery exhibits extraordinary contemperary art. Over 30 years, owner Beverly Reynolds has brought art from artists like Sally Mann and Nell Blaine. 

Page Bond Gallery
1625 W. Main Street
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 359-3633
The Page Bond Gallery exhibits a variety of contemperary art using a broad range of mediums such as photography, painting, and sculptures. 

Valentine Richmond History Center
1015 E. Clay Street
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 649-0711
The Valentine Richmond History Center is a place for residents and tourists to learn about Richmond's 400-year history.

Virginia Center for Architecture
2501 Monument Avenue
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 644-3041
Designed by John Russell Pope for the Branch family, the Virginia Center for Architecture works to educate others about architecture and design and their influence in the world. 

Recreation

James River Park System
4301 Riverside Drive
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 646-8911
The park includes over 550 acres of shorelines and island spanning from the Huguenot Bridge to just past the I-95 Bridge. Great place to explore and see a different side to Richmond City!

Belle Isle
Lee Bridge
Richmond, VA 23225
Once used as a prisoner-of-war camp during the American Civil War, the island is now used as a public park with bike trails and a small cliff for rock climbing lessons. 

Brown's Island
Corner of 7th and Tredegar Streets
Richmond, VA 23219
Brown's Island is a great place to sightsee, a music and events venue, and includes many pathways around the island. 

Byrd Park
600 Sawn Lake Drive
Richmond, VA 23221
(804) 646-5733
Byrd Park is made up of three lakes, an excerise trail, the Carillon, and Dogwood Dell Ampitheater. Visit the lakes to feed geese, paddle boat, or fish, walk or run the Vitacourse, and come to one of the many events at the Carillon and Dogwood Dell Ampitheater!

Maymont Foundation
2201 Shields Lake Court
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 358-7166
Maymont features wildlife habitats, gorgeous gardens and grounds, and the Mansion. Enjoy a nice day out visiting and feeding the animals, walking the grouds, and admiring the amazing architecture of the Mansion!

Richmond Metro Zoo
8300 Beaver Bridge Road
Moseley, VA 232120
(804) 739-5666
Richmond Metro Zoo is about 70-acres and houses around 1,400 animals from over 150 species with one of the largest primate collections in the United States.


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