By Malvika Kashyap
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Richmond has strong ties to two significant periods in American history. Check things to do in Richmond, VA
1. Visit Virginia Museum of Fine Arts The museum has works in enamel and precious stones, as well as jewelled Easter eggs, enamelled boxes, and souvenirs.
2. Go to Maymont It has a mansion, an arboretum, many gardens, a 100-acre park, a kids' petting zoo, and a collection of carriages
3. Explore Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden It is the ideal location to visit on a lovely day because it contains an unexpectedly large variety of activities for both kids and adults.
4. Visit Virginia State Capitol Jean-Antoine Houdon created the statue of George Washington that can be found in the lobby. Capitol Square, a large park where the capitol is located
5. Walk through Church Hill Historic District You can take a guided tour of the attractions of this church, which is the oldest in the city.
6. See American Civil War Center The American Civil War Center, which has galleries of displays devoted to exploring the origins and effects of the Civil War
7. Visit Virginia Holocaust Museum Its exhibitions feature memorabilia, images, and first-person accounts that illuminate the tragedy
8. You can stroll or cruise the canal George Washington pushed the Virginia General Assembly to erect a canal and roads to connect the harbours on the east coast to the markets in the west
9. The Valentine Museum The Valentine Museum's varied collections and displays tell the tales of the individuals and events that shaped Virginia
10. Richmond National Battlefield Park You can travel kilometres of the ancient defences on foot pathways that also take you to locations where opposing soldiers engaged in close-quarters combat
So, friends, these are the things to do in Richmond, Virginia. If you are planning to visit this place then it's nice that you've some knowledge about it
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