Sleep Inn & Suites At Fort Lee
2200 Waterside Road
Prince George, VA 23875
Phone: (804) 732-3737
Fax: (804) 732-7377
2200 Waterside Road, Prince George, VA, US, 23875
- Phone: (804) 732-3737
- Fax: (804) 732-7377
Rogers Stadium, first opened its gates to screaming fans in 1950. It is primarily a football stadium and home ground to the Virginia State University football team, the Virginia State Trojans. With a capacity to hold above 13,000 spectators, the stadium is one of the largest University grounds in the area. Contact the University office for more updates on the stadium.
Virginia State University's Daniel Gymnasium is known for its premium fitness and health facilities along with being a major event venue for many of the university's events. From rallies, comedy shows, gym jam sessions, costume parties to concerts and athletic events, this place hosts it all. The vast space and comfortable arrangements make this space a meeting place of sorts for much of the campus crowd in the university.
A flour mill built in 1663, Swift Creek Mill has changed a number of hands in the past. Today, this old structure is dinner theater that offers candle light dinners in both, the spectacular Mill room and Granite room. Advance reservations can get you tickets to the air conditioned theater which is open from Wednesday to Saturday nights all year round.
Made up of 60 members, this orchestra performs quality music performances, including major symphonic pieces and contemporary favorites.
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.
Located along Virginia Street, is Richmond's major concert venue, the Toad's Place. Opened in 2007, the venue is stretched over two floors comprising of a restaurant, a club and even rooms that play host to private events. Toad's, has an incredible lineup of live music and a dance party that just won't quit. Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, U-2, The Kinks and Bob Dylan have all played at this hot spot. All in all a perfect national level concert venue that Richmond much needed.
Art Works Studios and Galleries is the perfect place to plan a party, wedding, or to host a gallery showing for art. If you want to have your creations seen, then Art Works will collaborate with you to make sure that everything goes according to how you'd like it. Gallery spaces are aplenty on the two floors of the building. There are some galleries that are always available to peruse, so you can check out local artists' work - from paintings, photographs, jewelry and crafts - and perhaps make a purchase or two. On the 4th day of the month, the entire building is open to the public, including all of the rented spaces, and food as well as music is provided while you walk around and check out the talent. There are monthly youth art classes and group art projects that are offered to the public.
Step into a restored Railway Express Agency car and explore the railroad history of Richmond. Photographs and artifacts await you inside. In addition to the museum, a former Southern Railway passenger station is right next door.
Elegance meets functionality at the Acropolis. This spacious and stylish setting provides best solutions for planning an event, be it corporate or private. Grand banquet rooms and state-of-art amenities, coupled with excellent service, adds a unique touch to every occasion. And plan your wedding here and you would surely leave with memories to cherish.