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What to Do in Richmond

Looking for something to do in Richmond? Virginia's state capital offers activities for all ages. Consider these options if you want to admire unique outdoor art, get some exercise or learn a little more about Richmond's history.

  • Richmond Murals

    Take a walk through downtown Richmond and surrounding neighborhoods to admire the murals that adorn the exteriors of more than 100 buildings. The murals are an open-air showcase of talent from national and international artists.

  • Canal Walk

    It’s only 1.25 miles long, but Richmond’s Canal Walk features multiple points of interest along the way. Consider stopping at the 1865 Exhibit that memorializes the end of the Civil War, admiring birds at the Blue Heron Rookery or posing for a selfie with the statue of President Abraham Lincoln and his young son.

  • Visit the Battlefields

    Explore the remains of historic grounds that now make up National Battlefield Park. As you hike the trails, you’ll encounter landmarks such as the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery monument and get the opportunity to walk the route of the Confederate attack. Visitor centers throughout the park provide a closer look at the historic grounds.

Places to Visit Near Richmond

Whether you want to camp, spend a day at the beach or explore underground caverns, you can find many ways to appreciate nature just a short distance from Richmond. Consider visiting one of the following destinations on your next day trip or staycation:

  • Luray Caverns

    Take a day trip to explore the natural wonders of Luray Caverns. Marvel at calcite formations, stalactites and chambers with 10-story ceilings as tour guides explain how they took four million centuries to form.

  • Virginia Beach

    Head southeast to the coast for some fun in the sun at Virginia Beach. Take advantage of one of the scenic routes leading to the coast, then spend some time splashing in the waves. When it’s time to dry off, hop on a trolley to visit the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center and other attractions.

  • Shenandoah National Park

    Whether you want to hike, view wildlife or spend some time camping, Shenandoah National Park offers something for everyone. The 196,000-acre park features waterfalls, fishing streams, campgrounds and plenty of room for stargazing.

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