Museum District Bed & Breakfast
2811 Grove Ave, Richmond, VA, USAhttp://www.museumdistrictbb.com(804) 359-2332
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
200 North Boulevardhttp://www.vmfa.state.va.us/Default.aspx(804) 340-1400VMFA is a state-supported, privately endowed educational institution created for the benefit of the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Its purpose is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret art, to encourage the study of the arts, and thus to enrich the lives of all.
2924 West Cary Street(804) 342-1272
2908 West Cary Streethttp://byrdtheatre.com(804) 353-9911In order to make certain the Byrd remains Richmond’s Grand Movie Palace for another 80 years and beyond, the Byrd Theatre Foundation, a not-for-profit 501© 3 entity, was formed and arranged to purchase the building.
James River Park System
4301 Riverside Drivehttp://www.jamesriverpark.org(804) 646-8911The James River Park System and the Friends of James River Park are two separate entities though we do work closely together. The park is part of Richmond’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities. FOJRP is an all-volunteer 501c3 charitable organization.
Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia
00 Clay Streethttp://www.blackhistorymuseum.org(804) 780-9093In 1991, the Museum was opened to the public at its present location, 00 Clay Street, in the historic Jackson Ward district of Richmond. The house built in 1832 by German descendant Adolph Dill, incorporates both the Federal and Greek Revival architectural styles. Under the leadership of Maggie L. Walker, the country's first female and Black bank president, the Council of Colored Women purchased the house in 1922. In 1932 it became the Black branch of the Richmond Public library and was named for Rosa D. Bowser, the first Black female school teacher in Richmond.
St John's Episcopal Church
2401 East Broad Streethttp://www.historicstjohnschurch.org(804) 649-7938St. John's Church became famous as a living memorial to American liberty when over 100 Virginia colonial leaders, including Patrick Henry, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Richard Henry Lee, and Peyton Randolph met here in March of 1775 to avoid the wrath of Royal Governor Lord Dunmore in Williamsburg. St. John's Church was the only building in Richmond suitable to hold the delegates. Patrick Henry's famous "Give me Liberty or Give me Death" speech was delivered on 23 March 1775 inside the church. Henry's timely resolutions passed by a narrow margin and the American Revolution began the following month when shots were fired at Lexington and Concord.
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
1800 Lakeside Avenuehttp://www.lewisginter.org(804) 262-9887Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden has a remarkable history and an exciting future. We're continually growing and changing (as great gardens do!) and invite you to get to know us better.
2110 Jamestown Roadhttp://www.historyisfun.org(757) 253-4838History is an adventure at Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center. Experience the story of America’s beginnings – from the founding of America’s first permanent English colony in 1607 to the Revolution and the establishment of a new nation almost two centuries later. Explore the museums’ exhibition galleries and learn about life in the 17th and 18th centuries in the outdoor living-history areas.
Potomac Mills, VA 22520
Potomac Mills, VA 22520http://www.simon.com/mall/?id=1260
Virginia Commonwealth University
910 West Franklin Streethttp://www.vcu.edu(804) 828-0100Situated in the heart of Richmond, the capital of Virginia since 1779, Virginia Commonwealth University serves an integral role in the economic health of the city — educating the current and future workforce, reaching out to the community, advancing research and enhancing patient care.
University of Richmond
28 Westhampton Wayhttp://www.richmond.edu(804) 289-8000The University of Richmond provides a collaborative learning and research environment unlike any other in higher education, offering students an extraordinary combination of the liberal arts with law, business, leadership studies, and continuing education. Students are guaranteed an integrated, interdisciplinary academic experience across any of the five schools.
Richmond International Raceway
600 East Laburnum Avenuehttp://www.rir.com/?homepage=true(866) 455-7223Richmond International Raceway, known as America’s Premier Short Track, offers great night racing action and a commitment to the fan experience. One of the most popular facilities among drivers and fans in all of motorsports, Richmond International Raceway annually hosts two NASCAR Doubleheader weekends, featuring the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series, under the lights on a ¾-mile D-Shaped oval. The unique layout traditionally produces exciting side-by-side racing, yet drivers reach high enough speeds for a superspeedway feel. Combined with first-class amenities and a focus on the fans, guests at Richmond International Raceway can expect to experience what “Racing Perfection” truly is.