in Richmond, VA
(showing 1 - 5 out of 5)
12602 Harrison Landing Rd
Charles City, VA 23030 Directions
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.
Capitol Square and Virginia State Capitol
9th and Grace St
Richmond, VA 23319 Directions
Breathe in the regal beauty and majestic grandeur of Richmond when you take a tour of the Capitol Square and Virginia State Capitol. The dramatic Civil War history and other episodes seem a little less heated when you experience the classic beauty of the State Capitol. The tour also includes a chance to see the surrounding grounds. Your guide will draw connections between the various points of interest within the Capitol building, some notable artifacts, and the surrounding sites. Don't forget your camera, as there are several monuments on the grounds that will make for some excellent photos.
Edgar Allan Poe Museum
1914 E Main St
Richmond, VA 23223 Directions
There's no question that Edgar Allan Poe was one of the world's most notable authors. His legacy and life are remembered in Richmond's Edgar Allan Poe Museum. See some of Poe's personal effects, first editions as well as the world's largest collection of original Poe manuscripts. All of these compelling pieces help give a more focused picture of one of the world's most enigmatic literary masters.
Haunts of Richmond
1916 E Main St
Richmond, VA 23223 Directions
The Haunts of Richmond offers a frighteningly good time as it offers you a chance to tour Shockoe Bottom, Richmond's oldest and most haunted neighborhood. This tour brings to life the city's legends and ghost stories more vividly than any 3D movie ever could. This experience is brought to life by the authors of Haunted Richmond: The Shadows of Shockoe, and their expertise and personal stories only make this tour all the more dramatic.
Riverfront Canal Walk
139 Virginia St
Richmond, VA 23219 Directions
Sometimes, to get the real story, you have to go underground. Richmond's Canal Walk takes the idea of going underground quite literally, as you will embark on this underground walking tour that curves 1.25 miles through he city on the banks of the Haxall Canal, James River and Kanawha Canal. You'll learn about the interesting history of the canal and river, and top it all off with a great canal ride from Kanawha.
- • Commercial Refrigeration Units
- • Heating & Air Conditioning Equipment
- • Hot Food Equipment