Sleep Inn & Suites Harbour Pointe
6451 Bayside Lane
Midlothian, VA 23112
Phone: (804) 639-3500
Fax: (804) 639-1140
6451 Bayside Lane, Midlothian, VA, US, 23112
- Phone: (804) 639-3500
- Fax: (804) 639-1140
Situated in Pocahontas State Park, Pocahontas Heritage Amphitheater gives you the chance to enjoy various cultural events in lush green surroundings. Built in 1938, this amphitheater was torn down and reconstructed in 1997, and now has a capacity of about 4000 spectators. If you don't wish to utilize the bench seating, which can accommodate 350, the grassy slopes also provide good views of the stage. The amphitheater is the site for many concert series.
This cinema, located in Midlothian, is part of the Carmike Cinemas group. The multi-screen theatre uses the latest audio-visual equipment, including digital sound and digital projectors for your viewing pleasure. So bring your friends along, grab a tub of popcorn and a soft drink, and sit back to catch the latest Hollywood release. For details on movies being screened here and other information, check the website.
This multiplex has nine screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or check the website.
Don't have time for a dinner and a movie? Then visit CinéBistro at Stony Point, where you can do both at once. Have food and cocktails served to you before the movie even starts. From delectable dishes such as the Philly cheese steak and sweet potato fries to movie snacks such as richly buttered popcorn (served in a stylish ceramic dish, no less), this movie bistro has got your entertainment and hunger covered. Enjoy a movie and meal with your date and luxuriate in the plush seats offered.
The Modlin Center for the Arts, located in the University of Richmond, houses several venues and theaters, such as the Camp Concert Hall and the intimate Alice Jepson Theatre. Truly the activity hub of the college and perpetually buzzing with activity, the Center also offers galleries, classrooms, and studios. This Collegiate Gothic style structure is a beauty in itself, so it is definitely worth a visit and ogle.
Located at the Modlin Center for the Arts which is in Richmond University, the Camp Concert Hall is where the students put up compelling performances of the classics and of newer productions, original and otherwise. The hall is perfect for the university students to not only explore their talent and work but also to give them the right kind of exposure to be recognized in the industry. Do contact for details.
The University of Richmond's concert hall plays host to various cultural activities. Whether you want to watch a drama, a dance or an opera performance, this venue offers a variety of shows. Check the website or call the box office number for more details.
Cannons fire as the Richmond Concert Band plays Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture." This famous piece and other patriotic and popular music entertains spectators. Then the bells of the Carillon, a Georgian bell tower, chime as fireworks light the sky in an impressive display. Treats like sno-cones and popcorn are available from vendors. Most who attend the event bring a picnic. Admission is free.
This quaint amphitheater located at Byrd Park is home to a plethora of events and cultural festivities. Dogwood Dell can accommodate a crowd of 2,400 and makes for an ideal space to lounge around and witness events at. Climb the 240-foot Georgian bell tower for a great view of Byrd Park, a spot filled with people lounging on the grass and playing Frisbee with or without their pets. On summer evenings, a free performing arts festival here draws hundreds of picnicking spectators. Call for more details on upcoming events at this venue.
Home to the Richmond Spiders—the college football team, the University of Richmond Stadium or City Stadium, as it is fondly called, is the best destination to catch some football fever. It has a huge capacity of 22,000, enough to house the football fans in Richmond and around. Richmond Kickers also use the stadium for all their soccer home games. In today's era of carpet grass surfaces in playing fields, the stadium offers one of the best natural grass playing surfaces.
Voted one of the best classic movie houses in Richmond, this charming theater specializes in independent and foreign films. Step into this ornately designed building with decorative accents and enjoy a movie experience from a bygone era. The theater is located near several fine restaurants including Peking and Phillip's. The Shops at Libbie & Grove are also close by.
This dazzling movie palace was built in the early 20th century. Italian marble and elegantly painted murals fill the interior. A balcony and theater boxes overlook the auditorium below and on Saturday evenings, a Wurlitzer organ, which once accompanied silent movies, is played. The audience can sing along; the words are displayed on the screen. The staff dresses in 1920s clothing. Second-run movies are shown here daily. The Byrd also features Saturday midnight movies for really low prices. The Byrd also hosts special movie events like a Halloween screening of Nosferatu with a live band accompanying the silent film.