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Glenwood Golf Course

3100 Creighton Rd
Richmond, VA 23223
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Things To Do in Richmond, VA

Berkeley Plantation Berkeley Plantation

When you tour the Berkeley Plantation, you'll be among a couple of history's most significant connections. One is that the plantation house is said to be the site of the Thanksgiving celebration of 1619, although debate still exists over the exact location of the original event. The gorgeous Georgian manor is also the birthplace of Benjamin Harrison, who was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Also, our ninth President, William Henry Harrison, was born here as well. Enjoy lush gardens and restored grounds as you stroll after the tour to enjoy the scenery that extends all the way to the James River.

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Harnett Museum of Art Harnett Museum of Art

Strolling hand in hand while taking in one memorable piece of art after another is a great way to spend quality time with your honey, and the best place to enjoy some fine displays of great artistic expressions is the Harnett Museum of Art. The museum opened in 1968, and since then the staff has prided itself on consistently acquiring some of the world's most recognized works by some of the world's best known artists. To balance that goal, the museum also presents work from students that proves to be just as thought provoking.

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American Civil War Museum American Civil War Museum

The Civil War still echoes in Richmond, and you can glimpse one of the most turbulent times in American history by visiting the Museum and White House of the Confederacy. You'll see an astounding collection of artifacts that include artwork, letters, and other interesting items that date back to the Civil War. Some of the highlights at this attraction include Stonewall Jackson's weaponry and Robert E. Lee's "Appomattox" sword. The White House of the Confederacy has been meticulously restored to reflect what it looked like when Confederate President Jefferson Davis lived here. Don't forget to stop into the Haversack store for some unique novelty items and rare reproduction artifacts that will please any history buff.

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Major James H. and Sallie May Dooley Major James H. and Sallie May Dooley

Maymont began as the 100-acre Victorian estate of Major James H. and Sallie May Dooley. The couple's mansion was complete in 1893 and over the next three decades they created lush garden scenery, picturesque landscapes and beautifully crafted outbuildings. Today, visitors can not only enjoy all of that natural allure, but there are such amenities as the Maymont House Museum, historic gardens, a carriage collection, nature center, wildlife exhibits and a children's farm to enjoy, as well. Still, there are several choice spots to enjoy an outdoor picnic on this inviting piece of historic land.

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