950 East Parham Road
Richmond, VA 23228-6511
Phone: (804) 515-7800
Fax: (804) 515-7700
This cinema in Glen Allen is operated by the Regal Entertainment Group—one of the powerhouses of movie distribution and screening in the US. Head here to catch a flick and have a good time. Grabbing popcorn and some soft drinks are highly recommended. Come along with your friends or family and make sure everyone brings their proof of identity along—unless their age is apparent!
Considered by many to be the birthplace of NASCAR since Lee Petty won the first NASCAR race ever in 1953, the Richmond International Raceway is today one of the most modern speedways you will find on the NASCAR tour. It boasts a .75 mile oval track with 14 banks/turns and equipment that makes night-time racing possible. Richmond International Raceway also hosts two Winston Cup events annually: the Pontiac Excitement 400 and the Chevrolet Monte Carlo 400.
The Crossroads Art Center in Richmond is where to be when you want to showcase your works of art, no matter the medium. Whether its photography, painting, drawing or fabrics, Crossroads is open to entries - if selected, you are able to secure a booth to show off your art at a monthly showing. If you just want to buy some new art or decor for your home, then stop by and peruse what the local talents have to offer. You can also take art classes, from mosaics to painting, which are taught by local artists.
Located inside the Richmond International Raceway, the Richmond Raceway Complex Exhibition Hall is fully geared to take on large scale events such as trade fairs where ample parking, loading docks, security arrangements, restrooms and other logistics have to exceed expectations. Spread over 60,000 sq. ft, this center has hosted shows such as the Richmond Boat Show and the Southern Women’s Show. Check website for more technical details of the hall.
Officially deemed as the first massive theater constructed in the state of Virginia, Classic Amphitheater is a 10,000 seater venue. Serving as a major concert venue upto 1991, this place—located within Richmond International Raceway grounds, is used for private events, apart from various racing events. Though very famous in its time, today this amphitheater falls short in comparison to its contemporaries in terms of space and amenities. However, even today an event held here is as much of an entertainment as it was during the glory years of Classic Amphitheater.
Barksdale Theatre is one of the most reputed venues in Richmond to catch a good play. It features well-scripted plays and productions of leading companies the year round. From musicals to drama, comedy to some noteworthy classics—this venue presents them all with great aplomb. The venue is a 207 seat space, complete with state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems. Barksdale Theatre also conducts acting classes and short workshops for students in high and elementary school and adults. With an active program of courses aimed at enhancing the cultural aspect of the community, this theatre contributes in a large way by encouraging budding artists and coming up with aesthetic events.
The Diamond is home to the Richmond Flying Squirrels. All the seating is around the infield and the roof provides respite from the elements. The stadium is easy to get to and has plenty of parking space. The Diamond is known for its imposing size and concrete architecture.
This multiplex has ten 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 their website.
Unlike traditional theatres, the Imax experience allows you to feel a part of the movie. At The Ethyl IMAX Dome, expect for your senses to be heightened and your reality to be checked at the door. Once inside the dome, everything feels real. For an alternative viewing adventure more like virtual reality and less like a way to escape, check out the fantastic Ethyl IMAX dome.
The Broadberry is the collaborative effort of Lucas Fritz, Rand Burgess and Matt McDonald. This state-of-the-art, all-age concert venue is near the Science Museum of Virginia and Children's Museum of Richmond and has a massive bar and kitchen that is open during shows. It is also available for other events such as rehearsal dinners, birthdays and corporate parties. Some of their previous listings are The Wells Brothers, Jackass Flats, The Silo Effect, The Former Champions and Black Girls.
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.
The camel in the desert of Richmond is in fact a space for a myriad of activities to take place. The camel offers space for art, meetings for corporates or for events. The place also serves food and you can grab a bite of san fran pannini or a pesto pizza. The Camel is also rented out for community events and many fund raisers for causes have taken place here.