The Fourth of July is one of our country’s most proud moments in its history, and every year it is one of the biggest celebrations for our country. There are always events going on throughout the day, and we top it off with a grand show of fireworks at night. Richmond, a city full of history, is a prime place to celebrate Independence Day in 2016.
To name a few, here are some ideas for you and your family to do to celebrate this Independence Day:
CarMax FREE Fourth of July at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden: All visitors to the garden will receive FREE admission throughout the day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 4. All who come will get the chance to see a one-of-a-kind beautiful garden along with entrance to the Butterflies LIVE! exhibit. There will also be activities for children including live music and a parade. Go and see all the red, white and blue at the garden on the Fourth.
I Know Richmond: The Bus Tour: What better way to celebrate one of our most important historical days than with learning more about our country’s history? For $25, you can take a tour and get an overview of Richmond’s history and see many of the city’s sites such as Church Hill and the James River. In addition, the tour includes visiting the state capitol and seeing the city’s battlefields. Don’t miss out on experiencing the city in this unique way.
Independence Day Fireworks Extravaganza with the Richmond Flying Squirrels: July 4 at The Diamond is a Richmond tradition. This year, the ballpark will celebrate with the biggest and best fireworks show in the area. Don’t miss out on the great American tradition of watching baseball with friends and family and enjoying a spectacular fireworks show. Gates will open at 4:30 p.m.
These are just a few ideas to celebrate the Fourth of July this year in the Richmond area. Celebrate with our community as our country unites together for this holiday.
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