Richmond, Fredericksburg and the Northern Neck Sights

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Stratford Hall Plantation

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Robert E. Lee, who became the commander of the Confederate Army, was born in the Great House of Stratford Hall Plantation, one of the...

Tangier Island & Chesapeake Cruises

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Tangier is a Virginia island in the Chesapeake Bay named by Captain John Smith. This largely unspoiled fishing village with quaint, narrow...

Tuckahoe Plantation

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Originally owned by the Randolph family, Tuckahoe is 7 mi west of Richmond, on the James River. Thomas Jefferson spent his boyhood years,...

University of Mary Washington Galleries

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On campus are two art galleries. The Ridderhof Martin Gallery hosts art exhibitions from various cultures and historical periods. The...

Valentine Richmond History Center

  • House/Mansion/Villa

For more than 100 years, the Valentine Richmond History Center, established in 1898, has celebrated one of America's most historic cities.

Virginia Historical Society Museum of Virginia History

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A visitor-friendly museum mounts regularly changing exhibits and has permanent exhibitions that include an 800-piece collection of Confederate...

Virginia Holocaust Museum

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The city's most poignant museum is housed in the former Climax Warehouse, which stored tobacco in Richmond's Shockoe Bottom. In keeping...

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

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After a $150 million expansion, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has doubled its exhibition space, added a casual bistro and fine dining...

Virginia State Capitol

  • Government Building

Thomas Jefferson designed this grand edifice in 1785, modeling it on a Roman temple—the Maison Carrée—in Nîmes, France. After an...

Virginia War Memorial

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A statue called Memory overlooks a wall with thousands of names of Virginians who sacrificed their lives in World War II, Korea, Vietnam,...


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