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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
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6 reviews
In addition to its much-beloved clutch of seven Fabergé eggs, the VMFA is home to a sizable and eclectic permanent collection. — Travel + Leisure
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These two buildings provide a look at a crucial period in the nation's history. — Fodor's
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This 100-acre property is one of the top activities for Richmond travelers. — U.S. News & World Report
Agecroft Hall & Gardens
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5 reviews
In an elegant neighborhood overlooking the James River, Agecroft Hall is a late-15th-century Tudor manor house built in Lancashire, England, brought here piece by piece in the 1920s. — Frommer's
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5 reviews
The serenely beautiful resting place of presidents Monroe and Tyler... six Virginia governors, and 18,000 Confederate soldiers. — Frommer's
Richmond National Battlefield Park
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3 reviews
Inside what was once the Tredegar Iron Works, this is the best place to get maps and other materials on the Civil War battlefields and attractions in the Richmond area — Fodor's
Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site
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3 reviews
From 1904 to 1934, this restored 28-room brick building was the home of a pioneering African-American businesswoman and educator whose endeavors included banking, insurance, and a newspaper. — Fodor's
The Valentine
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3 reviews
The museum uses Richmond history to explore changing social themes in the fabric of American life through its exhibits. — Michelin Guide
Edgar Allan Poe Museum
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4 reviews
Poe grew up in Richmond, and although he never lived in this early- to mid-18th-century structure. — Fodor's
American Civil War Museum- Historic Tredegar
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4 reviews
Before visiting Richmond's other Civil War sites, I recommend going through this museum. — Frommer's
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
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3 reviews
The Conservatory is the only such classical, domed facility in the state. — Frommer's
Virginia Museum of History & Culture
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3 reviews
A visitor-friendly museum mounts regularly changing exhibits and has permanent exhibitions. — Fodor's
Virginia House
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2 reviews
Alexander and Virginia Weddell had this 16th-century manor house, originally built on the site of a 12th-century English monastery, shipped across the Atlantic and up the James River in the 1920s — Fodor's
Virginia Capitol Building
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3 reviews
Gorgeously pristine white, the Virginia Capitol is a special state capitol worthy of a visit — Afar Magazine
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3 reviews
"Give me liberty, or give me death!" Proclaimed Patrick Henry. Few know that St. John's Church is where that speech was delivered. During the spring and summer there are live re-enactments on site. — Afar Magazine
The John Marshall House
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3 reviews
The Federal-era brick residence was home to the third US Supreme Court chief justice John Marshall (1755-1835) — Michelin Guide
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2 reviews
Originally built on the James River about 14 miles below Richmond, this 1753 Georgian mansion was painstakingly dismantled and reconstructed on this bluff overlooking the river in 1933. — Frommer's
Virginia Holocaust Museum
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3 reviews
In keeping with the museum's aim to further "tolerance through education," the museum details the experiences of Holocaust survivors from across Virginia. — Fodor's
Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia
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2 reviews
Highlights the achievements of African American Virginians and displays collections of African arts, textiles and artifacts. — Lonely Planet
Chimborazo Hospital National Historic Site
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2 reviews
This was once the Confederacy's largest and best-equipped hospital. Chimborazo opened in 1861 and treated more than 76,000 Confederate soldiers between 1862 and 1865. — Fodor's
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