2321 Willis Rd., Richmond, VA, US, 23237-2947

  • Phone: (804) 275-8800
  • Fax: (804) 275-0949

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  • Attractions

    »Falling Creek Ironworks Archeological Site

    Renowned for being the pioneering iron manufacture resource in North America, the Falling Creek Ironworks was established in 1619. Although its establishment was momentary due to the Native Americans’ attack in 1622, it is of great historic significance. After being rediscovered in the 21st Century, the site is presently located in Chestfield County. It works to preserve, conserve and further explore the archaeological spots and resources. It also encourages the scientific learning of iron-working sites and materials.

    6267-6399 Jefferson Davis Highway
    Richmond, VA 23234

    »Fort Harrison National Cemetery

    Fort Harrison National Cemetery is one of the many national cemeteries of the City of Richmond. This cemetery is the burial ground of the soldiers who lost their lives in the Battle of New Market Heights. Nearly 1,500 soldiers and remains were buried here, many are unmarked; African-American soldiers who were a part of the U.S. Colored Troops in the Battle of New Market Heights are also buried here. A few captured Confederate soldiers are also buried here. While touring the cemetery, check-out the on-site lodge designed by Quartermaster General Montgomery C. Meigs. The cemetery is open daily from dawn to dusk and visitors are expected to maintain decorum.

    8620 Varina Road
    Richmond, VA 23231

    »Hadad's Lake

    Hadad's Lake is one of the favorite water parks and picnic spots in Richmond. The park has a capacity to accommodate 6000 people with various facilities like swimming pool, children's play area, paddleboat, a launch pad, basketball and volleyball. Corporate get togethers, private parties, weddings and lots more can be organized at this venue which also comes with a full catering service. Group outings, birthday bash or just a fun day out, Hadad's Lake is the perfect choice.

    7900 Osborne Turnpike
    Richmond, VA 23231

    »Henricus Historical Park

    Henricus Historical Park is the former site of a town also known as Henrico Town or Henricopolis which was one of the early settlements of the area. Located in Chester, it overlooks the James River. It was founded in 1611 by Sir Thomas Dale and is now a living museum depicting the culture of that time. There are several structures and exhibits that are recreated and volunteers give an hands-on demonstration of the life of the people of that era. Various events are also organized on the site. To know more, check their website.

    251 Henricus Park Road
    Chester, VA 23836

    »First Baptist Church of South Richmond

    The First Baptist Church of South Richmond, believes in serving and uplifting the community. One of the oldest and self reliant churches, it was also called The African Church of Manchester and First Baptist Church of Manchester. It tries to reach out to all the diverse groups of different ages and sexes. The Spiritual Development Institute aims to create a spiritual awakening and introduce the members to the mission and belief of the church. Music and dance is incorporated, to involve the youth. Imami Center can be rented for events, live bands can also perform here, provided the music is respectable.

    1501 Decatur Street
    Richmond, VA 22304

    »Ar-Rahman Mosque

    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.

    1320 Hull St
    Richmond, VA 23224

    »Richmond Christian Center

    The Richmond Christian Center, also known as Faith Alive International Ministries is a church with a vibrant member community. It is actively involved in community affairs. Besides this, the Church also lends its space for outside events like concerts, music auditions for gospel music. The Church also has future plans of expanding its premises and building a 5000-seat sanctuary. The Church firmly believes in the spirit of community service.

    214 Cowardin Avenue
    Richmond, VA 23224

    »Sacred Heart Catholic Church

    The Sacred Heart Catholic Church is a stunning red color church located at the corner of Perry and W 14th Street. Established in 1901, it shows resemblance to the Renaissance style of architecture. It has been completely functional since infancy. The lush history of the church has been carried forward and services are still conducted till date.

    1415 Perry Street
    Richmond, VA 23224

    »Bilal Mosque

    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.

    400 Chimborazo Blvd
    Richmond, VA 23223

    »St. John's Church

    It was here that the Virginia Convention of 1775 met to discuss the question of taking arms against the British. One of the oldest wooden buildings in Virginia, delegates to the Convention - including Thomas Jefferson, George Washington and Patrick Henry - had convened in this very spot. And it was here where Patrick Henry gave his famous speech and said the following famous lines: "Give me liberty, or give me death!" Visitors can reenact this experience by watching the live performances offered by professional actors and further enrich their knowledge of history by visiting the city's first public cemetery. 

    2401 East Broad Street
    Richmond, VA 23223

    »Weston Manor

    The Weston Manor is a spectacular plantation house occupying immense monumental value. The construction of the house site dates back to 1780; the house has adapted the Virginia Georgian style of architecture and most of its interiors are well-preserved. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, the mansion as well as the grounds are open to all visitors.

    609 Brown Avenue
    Hopewell, VA 23860

    »The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar

    The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar chronicles the savagery of the 19th-century American Civil War through its exhibits and displays. Discussions and analysis on the cause, effect and legacy of the civil war are held here. Audio-visual content documenting episodes of the war are also available to visitors. The center's fantastic location by the James River in the heart of Richmond, makes it one of the most noticeable and visited spots. Rental spaces at the center are much sought after. The scenic riverside backdrop and the elegant interiors make it an ideal venue for weddings and bashes. Check website for more information.

    490 Tredegar Street
    Richmond, VA 23219
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