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Things to Do in Shockoe

Shockoe Slip and Shockoe Bottom is an area with prime riverside real estate just east of downtown Richmond. It used to be home to Edgar Allen Poe, whose home you can still visit today at the Edgar Allen Poe Museum. The rich history in the area is complemented by modern offerings, such as high-end restaurants, […]

Things to Do in Scott’s Addition

Once a bustling industrial area, The Scott’s Addition Historic District is now the City of Richmond’s fastest growing neighborhood, adding over 3,500 residents in the past seven years alone. Perhaps now best known for its impressive collection of over 13 breweries, cideries, meaderies, and distilleries, Scott’s Addition is also a booming entertainment district featuring delicious local restaurants, a growing […]

Things to Do in the Museum District

The Museum District is home to colorful townhouses with early 20th-century architecture, elegant brick-row homes, and arguably the most renowned museum in Richmond itself – the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA). If you ever get tired of exploring the endless streets and businesses in this district (which we doubt!), stop in and see the […]

Things to Do in Jackson Ward

Jackson Ward is an integral part of Richmond that is known for its deep roots in African American heritage. It celebrates this with a long tradition of African American-owned businesses throughout its streets. To capitalize on the importance of education about our nation’s history, Jackson Ward is home to the Black History Museum, the Cultural […]

Things to Do in Forest/Westover Hills

The Forest / Westover Hills neighborhood is a peaceful, historic neighborhood just south of the James River. Home to a variety of architectural styles that range from Federalist houses all the way to mid-20th century marvels, there’s always something new to explore in this scenic spot of town.  FOOD AND DRINK: Café Zata China’s Best […]

Things to Do in The Fan

The Fan is one of Richmond, Virginia’s oldest neighborhoods consisting of houses built in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. With restaurants, bars, and stores all within walking distance, it is the perfect neighborhood for someone looking for an exciting community. FOOD AND DRINK: Acacia Mid-Town Amuse Bacchus Bamboo Café Bombolini Branch and Vine Cary Street […]

Things to Do in Downtown RVA

There’s always something to do in Downtown Richmond, whether it’s trying a new upscale restaurant, visiting a hole-in-the-wall dive bar, staying at a historic hotel, or touring a new art exhibit. Downtown is home to some of the biggest festivals in the state, both pre- and post-pandemic. Some of the best ones are the Richmond […]

Things to Do in Church Hill

Church Hill is Richmond’s oldest neighborhood. It overlooks the city from the hills in East End and is a great place to view the Richmond city skyline. This area is home to St. John’s Episcopal Church, which is where Patrick Henry gave his infamous “Give me liberty, or give me death!” speech. There are so […]

Things to Do in Carytown

Carytown is a colorful, eclectic part of town that is home to indie coffee shops, candy stores with international chocolates, and the Byrd Theater, an antique movie theater that has been operating since 1928. This area is a unique blend of residences and shopping, and it’s the kind of place where there’s always something new […]