Tuesday May 31, 2016
In a town full of history and adventure, there is no better place to spend your summer than in Richmond, Virginia. Instead of just reading about the history of Richmond, get out and experience it through the architecture, monument-lined cobblestone streets and outstanding museums. Along with the 400 years of history to be seen, there are many other exciting activities waiting for you in Richmond this summer.
To name a few, here are a few things in Richmond to include on your summer bucket list:
Visit the Beautiful Gardens
If you love colorful, beautiful gardens, Richmond is your paradise. There are many different gardens and parks to visit that you will fall in love with. Recognized as one of the nation’s best botanical gardens, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is a must see for all.
Tour the City
Whether you prefer to travel by foot, car or boat, Richmond tours offer a variety of ways to see the history and sights of the region. If you are a food lover, there are food tours that let you sample some of the best Richmond has to offer. Additionally, ghost tours and many others are given in this great city.
See the Museums
There is so much history and art in the city of Richmond. The most well-known museum in the city and one of the top comprehensive art museums in the United States is the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and its collection consists of more than 33,000 works of art spanning over 5,000 years of world history. With general admission being FREE, you cannot miss out on visiting this museum and others in Richmond.
Sports and Recreation Activities
The Richmond area is a sports and recreation paradise. You can ride your bike through the city, golf at more than 20 courses and experience a one-of-a-kind trip down the historic James River. Whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking and tubing are all ways to get wet and wild down the river, which is the only place to find class III and IV rapids in an urban setting.
Regardless of what you do in Richmond, you will have fun this summer. To find more things to add to your summer bucket list, visit www.visitrichmondva.com.
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