Address: 470 Tredegar St, Richmond.
The Richmond National Battlefield Park commemorates 13 American Civil War sites around Richmond, Virginia, which served as the capital of the Confederate States of America for most of the war. The park connects certain features within the city with defensive fortifications and battle sites around it.
Monument Avenue is an avenue in Richmond, Virginia with a tree-lined grassy mall dividing the east- and westbound traffic, punctuated by statues memorializing Virginian Confederate veterans of the American Civil War, including Robert E. Lee, J.E.B.
Address: 139 Virginia St, Richmond.
Riverfront Canal Cruises travel along downtown Richmond's Canal Walk.
Address: 1000 Bank St, Richmond.
When Virginia’s government was moved from Williamsburg to Richmond in 1780, Thomas Jefferson chose a gently-sloping knoll atop Shockoe Hill for his classical Capitol building. The street-bound, twelve-acre grounds surrounding the Capitol were dedicated the "Public Square" by 1798, and the City of Richmond assumed ownership in 1804.
Address: 1015 E Clay St, Richmond.
The Valentine is a museum in Richmond, Virginia dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting Richmond's history. Founded by Mann S. Valentine II 1898, it was the first museum in Richmond.
Address: 600 N 2nd St, Richmond.
The Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site is a United States National Historic Landmark and a National Historic Site located at 110½ E. Leigh Street on "Quality Row" in the Jackson Ward neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia. The site was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1975.
Address: 2801 E Franklin St, Richmond.
One of the earliest city parks, this elevated green space offers scenic views, benches & tall trees.
Address: 2626 W Broad St, Richmond.
The Children's Museum of Richmond began in 1977 as the Richmond Children's Museum in the Navy Hill School building in downtown Richmond, Virginia. In 2000, the museum moved to its current location on Broad Street in Richmond.
Address: 200 N Arthur Ashe Blvd, Richmond.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, or VMFA, is an art museum in Richmond, Virginia, in the United States, which opened in 1936.
Address: 1000 Bank St, Richmond.
The Virginia State Capitol is the seat of state government of the Commonwealth of Virginia, located in Richmond, the third capital city of the U.S. state of Virginia. It houses the oldest elected legislative body in North America, the Virginia General Assembly, first established as the House of Burgesses in 1619.
Address: 480 Tredegar St, Richmond.
The American Civil War Museum is a multi-site museum in the Greater Richmond Region of central Virginia, dedicated to the history of the American Civil War.
Address: 1700 Hampton St, Richmond.
Maymont is a 100-acre Victorian estate and public park in Richmond, Virginia. It contains Maymont Mansion, now a historic house museum.
Address: 412 S Cherry St, Richmond.
Hollywood Cemetery is a large, sprawling cemetery located next to Richmond, Virginia's Oregon Hill neighborhood at 412 South Cherry Street.
Address: 2500 W Broad St, Richmond.
The Science Museum of Virginia is a science museum located in Richmond, Virginia. Established in 1970, it is an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia. It is housed in the former Broad Street Station, built in 1917.
Address: 1201 E Clay St, Richmond.
The White House of the Confederacy is a historic house located in the Court End neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia. Built in 1818, it was the main executive residence of the sole President of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis, from August 1861 until April 1865.
Address: 2000 E Cary St, Richmond.
The Virginia Holocaust Museum is a public history museum, located in Richmond, Virginia. The museum is dedicated to depicting the Holocaust through the personal stories of its victims.
Address: 1914 E Main St, Richmond.
The Edgar Allan Poe Museum, or the Poe Museum, is a museum located in the Shockoe Bottom neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia, United States, dedicated to American writer Edgar Allan Poe. Though Poe never lived in the building, it serves to commemorate his time living in Richmond.
Address: 621 S Belvidere St, Richmond.
The Virginia War Memorial is a 1955 memorial in Richmond, Virginia, originally dedicated to Virginians killed in World War II and the Korean War. In 1980, the Shrine was enlarged to honor those Virginians killed in action in the Vietnam War.
Address: 2401 E Broad St, Richmond.
St. John's Church is an Episcopal church located at 2401 East Broad Street in Richmond, Virginia, United States.
Address: 428 N Arthur Ashe Blvd, Richmond.
The Virginia Historical Society, founded in 1831 as the Virginia Historical and Philosophical Society and headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, is a major repository, research, and teaching center for Virginia history. It is a private, non-profit organization, supported almost entirely by private contributions.
Address: 818 E Marshall St, Richmond.
The John Marshall House is a historic house museum and National Historic Landmark at 818 East Marshall Street in Richmond, Virginia.
Address: 4305 Sulgrave Rd, Richmond.
Agecroft Hall is a Tudor manor house and estate located at 4305 Sulgrave Road on the James River in the Windsor Farms neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia, United States.