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Fun Things to Do in Richmond VA on a Getaway to Virginia’s Capital City

Discover fun things to do in Richmond VA, plus great places to eat, drink, and stay with our getaway guide to Virginia’s cool capital city. Whether you’re planning a family day trip, or a romantic weekend getaway, you’ll find fun Richmond attractions and activities on our list.
The mid-sized capital city offers  a beautiful combination of natural adventure and urban fun spread across unique neighborhoods that call for exploration. From urban hikes; to food and brews; to history, museums, art, and shopping, you’ll find it in Richmond.

The only challenge you’ll encounter on a Richmond VA getaway is fitting all the tempting sites, food, and fun into a few days. Fear not. Since Richmond is only two hours (or less) from the Northern Virginia, Washington DC area, you can happily return for more.

Greetings from Richmond Virginia mural

Greetings from Richmond Virginia mural

Fun Things to Do In Richmond VA

We’ve rounded up more than 25 of the best places to visit in Richmond Virginia. Destinations and activities are grouped based on interest, so you can explore them all or focus on your favorite. Our list includes outdoor fun, historic sites, art museums, cool neighborhoods, places to eat and drink, and great places to stay in downtown Richmond.

James River Park System and Hiking Trails in Richmond VA

The Jamer River Park System is a collection of of riverfront trails, rapids, meadows, and forests along the James River. The system includes fun walking paths that are accessible on foot from downtown Richmond. Parks also offer a chance to get on or in the water, and to bike, climb, or just kick back at an outdoor event.

Richmond is blessed with a revitalized riverfront offering some of the best urban hiking in the mid-Atlantic. The beautiful James River, an historic canal, and an abundance of bridges, provide a sweet, gritty backdrop to outdoor adventures. Riverfront walks are our favorite things to do with kids in Richmond because they keep everyone active and engaged.

The Footbridge and Belle Isle

Belle Isle is the second largest island in the James River. It’s a wonderful spot to hike or just laze on the flat rocks overlooking the Hollywood Rapids. Walk the 1,040-foot long footbridge suspended under the Lee Bridge, and getting there is part of the fun.

Walking across the Belle Isle Footbridge in Richmond VA

Walking across the Belle Isle Footbridge in Richmond VA

Cool footbridge to Belle Isle Richmond Virginia

Cool footbridge to Belle Isle Richmond Virginia

Once on Belle Isle, take the 1-mile trail around the island and check out the remains of a power plant and a Confederate gun emplacement. The island was the site of a notorious Civil War prison camp where over 1,000 Union soldiers died under horrific conditions. Today, the island offers hiking, mountain biking trails, and rock climbing, and it’s a very popular destination on a warm sunny day. It’s fun to watch kayaks and rafts shoot the rapids, but the current is not safe for swimming.

James River from Belle Isle Richmond Virginia

James River from Belle Isle Richmond Virginia

T Tyler Potterfield Bridge

The one-third-mile long T Tyler Potterfield Bridge (aka T Pott) is fun during the day and evening. On a summer day the bridge offer a great view of people swimming, kayaking, and rafting in the James River. On the south side of the river, you can watch climbers practicing their skills on the Manchester Wall. You’re sure to see joggers and cyclists as you make your way across the T Pott.

The bridge begins with a history lesson. The installation “Three Days in April” tells of the fall of Richmond during the Civil War. In the evening, clusters of light tubes add a slightly alien look to the scene. The bridge is always open, and it’s one of the best things to do in Richmond VA at night. It’s also a perfect spot to watch a beautiful sunrise or sunset over the river.

T Tyler Potterfield Bridge over the James River in Richmond Virginia

T Tyler Potterfield Bridge over the James River in Richmond Virginia

T Pott Bridge at night, Richmond VA

T Pott Bridge at night, Richmond VA

Brown’s Island

On the north side of the river, cross the bridge over the Haxall Canal to Brown’s Island. The island is a  popular spot for special events and concerts in Richmond. It is also the start of the T Pott bridge and the Canal Walk.

Canal bridges to Brown's Island Richmond Virginia

Canal bridges to Brown’s Island in Richmond Virginia

Canal Walk

The 1.25-mile Canal Walk is marked with interesting medallions, statues, and exhibits that highlight the area’s role through four centuries of Richmond’s history.  When you reach the Power Plant near 11th Street, you’ll see fantastic murals that were created during the first RVA Street Art Fest.

The Canal Walk is a scenic introduction to Richmond VA history

The Canal Walk is a scenic introduction to Richmond VA history

Canal Walk murals Richmond Virginia

Canal Walk murals Richmond Virginia

The Canal Walk continues on the city side of the floodwall, following the James River and Kanawha Canal through the Shockoe Slip neighborhood. You’ll pass below the railroad lines at Triple Crossing. Richmond is the only city in the world with a triple main-line railroad crossing still in operation. Be sure to stop at the monument to Henry “Box” Brown, a slave who made a desperate and dangerous journey to freedom after his wife and three children were sold away.

Henry Box Brown monument on the Canal Walk in Richmond Virginia

Henry Box Brown monument on the Canal Walk in Richmond Virginia

Bike the Virginia Capital Trail

The Canal Walk ends at the floodwall, but if you continue through the door you’ll reach the Virginia Capital Trail. This 52-mile dedicated, paved bike trail runs from Richmond to Jamestown along the Route 5 corridor. Richmond is Virginia’s current capital, and Jamestown was its first, so the trail is well named. Rent a bike from Richmond Bike Share, which has 20 stations around town.

Virginia Capital Trail Richmond Virginia

Virginia Capital Trail Richmond Virginia

Boating and Swimming in Downtown Richmond

Riverside Outfitters runs an outpost near Brown’s Island that rents kayaks and SUPs in the summer. You can also swim in the river from Tredegar Beach, at the edge of Brown’s Island. This is a nice calm area for kids to splash around as long as you don’t venture out into the main flow. Also note that swimming is prohibited if the water level reaches 9 feet, and life jackets are required at 5 feet and up. Also avoid swimming after heavy rains as run-off can mean unsafe bacteria levels.

James River fun on and in the water Richmond VA

James River fun on and in the water Richmond VA

Explore a Richmond Neighborhood

Carytown is a popular neighborhood for shopping and dining in Richmond Virginia

Carytown is a popular neighborhood for shopping and dining in Richmond Virginia

Richmond is full of unique neighborhoods, many of them connected by driving and walking trails that highlight history. The Richmond Slave Trail follows the port and slave markets that made Richmond the largest source of enslaved Africans on the east coast of America from 1830 to 1860. The 6.2-mile Richmond Liberty Trail connects many historic sites and is marked with a blue logo painted on the sidewalk.

Shockoe Slip is one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, where restaurants, bars, and shops line the cobblestone streets. Drive or walk through the Fan District to see beautiful 19th and 20th century architecture on quiet residential streets. At the western edge of the Fan, Carytown is a fun street lined with quirky shops and tasty food.

Jackson Ward, a National Landmark Historic District, was one of the most important black neighborhoods in the 19th and early 20th century. Stop at Broad and Brook Streets to learn about Maggie L. Walker, a leader in the African-American community and the first female bank president (of any race) in the US.

Maggie Lena Ward statue Jackson Ward Richmond VA

Maggie Lena Ward statue Jackson Ward Richmond VA

Virginia State Capital

The Virginia State Capital building was designed by Thomas Jefferson in the Monumental Classical style. A 2007 renovation added an underground Visitors Center on the south side of the square where you enter the building. Visitors can explore on their own or join a scheduled tour. Don’t miss the life-size marble statue of George Washington surrounded by busts of 7 other Virginia-born presidents and Lafayette under the beautiful rotunda.

Virginia State Capital, Richmond VA

Virginia State Capital, Richmond VA

Poe Museum

One of the more unusual places to visit in historic Richmond VA is the Poe Museum. The museum honors the life of Richmond-native and beloved author Edgar Allen Poe. Displays include the largest collection of Poe manuscripts, personal belongings and memorabilia in the world. Upstairs in the Exhibit House you can take a selfie “under the floorboards” of the Tell Tale Heart or behind the bricks of The Black Cat. The Poe Museum hosts monthly “Unhappy Hours” and other special events, and the shop has some great Poe inspired gifts.

Poe Museum bust Richmond Virginia

Poe Museum bust Richmond Virginia

St. John’s Church

One of the most important historical sites in Richmond VA is St. John’s Church. This is the site of Patrick Henry’s famous “Give me liberty or give me death” speech to delegates at the Second Virginia Convention including George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. Guided tours of St John’s Church, led by costumed interpreters, explain the ideas and Virginia events that led to the American Revolution. You can also tour the graveyard on a self-guided tour or with a guide. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, re-enactors bring the famous speech to life every Sunday afternoon.

St John's Church Richmond Virginia

St John’s Church Richmond Virginia

Re-enactors at St Johns Church Richmond Virginia

Re-enactors at St Johns Church Richmond Virginia

Tredager Iron Works and the American Civil War Museum

 Two historic Richmond sites are located near Brown’s Island and the start of the Canal Walk. The Tredager Iron Works hosts the Visitor Center for Richmond’s many battlefields. It also preserves the site of one of the largest and best equipped foundries in the nation. The adjacent American Civil War Museum does a wonderful job presenting the events and ideas that drove the Civil War before, during, and after the conflict. The museum presents each issue from three distinct viewpoints—Union, Confederate, and African-American.

Tredager Iron Works Richmond Virginia

Tredager Iron Works, Richmond Virginia

Hollywood Cemetery

18,000 Confederate dead are buried at Hollywood Cemetery.. The city served as the Confederate Capital during the Civil War., and many of the dead were reinterred here after a hasty burial at Gettysburg. A 90-foot stone pyramid surrounded by rows of headstones, honors the fallen. Hollywood is also the burial place of two US presidents—James Monroe and John Tyler—and Confederate General Jefferson Davis. There’s a wonderful view of the James River and Richmond skyline from the western side of the cemetery.

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Richmond

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

The VMFA opened in 1936, defying the difficult times of the Depression with a commitment to the value of public art. Years of careful acquisition and expansions have created a 13.5 acre campus with impressive collections of Art Deco and Art Nouveau, American, European, Asian, and African-American art. The glass-walled Best Cafe, with a view out to the Sculpture Garden and it’s cascading fountain, is a nice spot to relax.

Institute of Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University

You’ll find an edgier collection at the ICA Richmond, which opened in early 2018 to great accliam. Rotating exhibitions occupy two floors and encourage contemplation and discussion. During our visit, a giant mural in the lobby displayed quotes collected from barbershops around the city. A powerful display by artist Paul Rucker, who was on-site discussing his work, explored the impact and ideology of the KKK. Exhibits change so follow the link for details on what you’ll see during your visit.

ICA museum Richmond VA

ICA museum Richmond VA

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden tulips and Conservatory, Richmond Virginia

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden tulips and Conservatory, Richmond Virginia

USA Today readers voted the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden one of the top four gardens in North America, and it’s a beautiful place to visit in Richmond VA. 50 acres of gardens house an array of themed areas that offer beauty and fun to visitors of every age. For more details and photos, read our full review of the Lewis Winter Botanical Garden.

Agecroft Hall

You’ll also find a small, interesting garden at Agecroft Hall. The 15th century manor house was moved to Richmond from Lancashire, England, by businessman T.C. Williams Jr.  Join a house tour, then visit the lovely Elizabethan gardens that surround the house.

Richmond Murals: a Street Art Lovers Dream

Mural at Kuba Kuba Richmond Virginia

Mural at Kuba Kuba, Richmond Virginia

You could spend days exploring the vibrant murals that decorate buildings throughout the city of Richmond. From the huge to the hidden, in every mood and style, murals seem to pop up on every block. The Richmond Mural Project is your best guide to finding particular murals, or you can just wander the neighborhoods and streets and see what you discover.

Shopping in Richmond VA

Walk and shop the trendy stores on Broad Street in downtown Richmond. Stop in at Charm School for a tasty ice cream treat when you need a break. Or head to neighborhoods like Carytown for more eclectic local shops. You can hunt for hidden treasure at Class and Trash in Scotts Addition.

Hunt for treasures at Class and Trash in Richmomd VA

Hunt for treasures at Class and Trash in Richmomd VA

Eat Local in Richmond VA

Richmond has a thriving restaurant scene, with tasty options for every budget and palette. National Geographic named the city one of the top six places for food travelers in 2016. We are still working our way through all of the best places to eat in Richmond. Here are some of our favorite Richmond restaurants.

Casual Restaurants in Richmond

  • Kuba Kuba in the Fan District serves delicious Cuban flavors in a funky, casual space. Our favorite pick is the Pork Roast Omelet packed with slow-roasted pork.
  • 521 Biscuit and Waffles opened a downtown location in 2018. The namesake biscuits and waffles are not only delicious, they are all gluten free.
  • Sub Rosa Bakery on Church Hill is a great stop for fresh baked goods.
  • TJs, is the place to start your day when you are staying at The Jefferson Hotel.
  • Weezie’s Kitchen, is a diner-style restaurant in Carytown. We loved the Squash & Onions side, flavored with onions and bacon.
  • Lunch. or Supper! is a fun and funky diner on Summit Ave. Try the tasty shrimp and grits or the fried catfish.
  • Stella’s Grocery is a casual spot to pick up a meal in the Scott’s Addition neighborhood, and they have seating inside and on the porch if you want to eat on site. We also had a nice Cubano sandwich at Urban Farmhouse Market & Cafe and they have multiple locations in Richmond.
Kuba Kuba interior Richmond Virginia

Kuba Kuba, Richmond Virginia

Weezie's Kitchen Carytown Richmond Virginia

Weezie’s Kitchen, Carytown, Richmond Virginia

Lunch or Supper! Richmond Virginia

Lunch or Supper! Richmond Virginia

Finer Dining in Richmond VA

Lemaire is a great choice for a romantic dinner in Richmond VA. This fine dining spot is located in The Jefferson, an historic hotel you must visit (scroll down for details). Despite its storied history, the restaurant is not stuffy and the dishes are fresh and modern. Order the Scallops with red corn grits and black garlic cream. You will not be disappointed.

Scallops at Lemaire in Richmond VA

Scallops at Lemaire in Richmond VA

Belle and  James is an elegant downtown location offering a French-American menu. The pimento cheese fritters are a Richmond specialty.

Vagabond serves Southern comfort food near the State Capital and The National theater. They also have a speakeasy with live entertainment downstairs.

Pimento fritters and cocktails, Belle & James Richmond

Pimento fritters and cocktails, Belle & James Richmond

Vagabond Richmond Virginia

Vagabond restaurant, Richmond Virginia

Richmond Rooftop Bars

If you’re looking for fun things to do in Richmond VA for couples, head to one of the cities rooftop bars. You can relax with a cocktail and enjoy the city lights sparkling at night. In fact, Rooftop cocktails are one of our favorite things to do in Richmond VA at night for any adult group.

Q Rooftop Bar, at the funky Quirk Hotel, spans two levels so you can stake out your favorite view.

Kabana Rooftop, on top of the Homewood Suites downtown has a great view of downtown and the Jame River. The Kabana was packed with partiers on 4th of July, so we plan to return on a quieter night.

Q rooftop bar at Quirk Hotel in Richmond VA'

Q rooftop bar at Quirk Hotel in Richmond VA’

Sample the Craft Brew Scene in Richmond VA

The Richmond Beer Trail includes more than 30 Virginia craft breweries in the Richmond area. The Scott’s Addition neighborhood is home to Ardent, Vasen, The Veilhyt, Blue Bee Cider, and Hardywood Park.

Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, Richmond Virginia

Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, Richmond Virginia

If you’re in town on a Thursday night in the warmer months, combine a visit to Hardywood Park Craft Brewery with dinner at the food truck park. It’s a fun, family-friendly scene and the line-up of beers is delicious.

The downtown Capital Ale House offers a big line-up of Virginia brews and a good pub menu so it’s another good pick for a food and brews outing.

Triple Crossing Brewing on Foushee Street has a small deck that’s a nice spot on a warm evening,. Their newer location in Fulton has a much larger tasting room and a huge patio.

Flight Triple Crossing Brewing Richmond Virginia

Flight Triple Crossing Brewing Richmond Virginia

Where to Stay in Downtown Richmond VA

Like any city, there are many hotels in Richmond VA to choose from. We recommend a downtown location if you plan to explore the riverfront. The downtown area between Broad Street and the river is very walkable, though you will be walking uphill from the river. Here are two great options for lodging in Richmond.

The Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia

The Jefferson is the top choice for a romantic weekend getaway in Richmond VA. The beautifully renovated Gilded Age masterpiece offers sumptuous rooms in an excellent location. On-site dining and bars, an indoor pool, and beautiful areas like the Palm Court and Rotunda Lobby are perfect places to escape from cold or rainy weather.

Read more about The Jefferson in our guide to Historic Hotels in Virginia and the mid-Atlantic.

Palm Courty of the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond Virginia

Palm Court of the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond Virginia

Rotunda Lobby, Jefferson Hotel in Richmond Virginia

Rotunda Lobby, Jefferson Hotel in Richmond Virginia

Book an elegant Grand Premier Guest Room and you’ll have room to relax with a comfortable king bed, separate sitting area, and spacious marble bath. The Jefferson is one of the most beautiful historic hotels in Virginia, and a fabulous base for a Richmond VA getaway.

Check reviews and availability at The Jefferson now.

Hampton Inn & Suites

The Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown is a more casual, and still centrally located base for a Richmond stay. The hotel opened in 2016 in a former office tower that also houses a new Homewood Suites. Our corner room was spacious, bright, and very comfortable with a king-size bed, large desk, couch, and expansive windows offering excellent views of the city.

Spacious Room at Hampton Inn & Suites Richmond Virginia

Spacious Room at Hampton Inn & Suites Richmond Virginia

The lobby area includes plenty of seating and a breakfast area, and you can reach the Belle & James restaurant without even going outside. Be sure to enjoy a a cocktail with impressive city and river views at the rooftop bar.

The two hotel lobbies are only a floor apart so make sure you know which one holds your reservation. The Hampton Inn & Suites location was perfect for all of our exploring, and the comfy quiet room let us recharge for the next day’s wanderings.

Check reviews and availability and book your stay in Richmond Virginia now!

Find more Richmond VA attractions and activities at the Visit Richmond website and follow them on Facebook for the latest Richmond events and news. For another take on places to visit in Richmond, read 8 Great Things to Do in Richmond Virginia on McCool Travel.

We had our first stay in Richmond in the mid-1990s, and could not believe how much the city has changed. There are so many fun things to do in Richmond VA with new venues opening all the time. If you love food, beer, history, art, shopping, and urban adventures, this beautiful city by the river should be on your travel calendar.

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Visit Richmond and The Jefferson Hotel hosted portions of our visit to Richmond, Virginia, including lodging, museum entry, and some meals.

Fun things to do in Richmond VA on a getaway to Virginia's capital city.

 

Fun things to do in Richmond VA include urban hikes; food and brews; history, museums, and street art.

 

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23 Responses to “Fun Things to Do in Richmond VA on a Getaway to Virginia’s Capital City”

  1. Doreen Pendgracs September 3, 2018 at 3:21 pm #

    Wow! This post got better and better as I scrolled down! I’d love to visit the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden and also see all that street art in Richmond, Virginia. Will have to plan a visit!

    • Fun in Fairfax VA September 3, 2018 at 8:22 pm #

      Thank you Doreen! The Lewis Ginter is so beautiful and you could explore murals in Richmond for days. Hope you get to visit; it’s a great city.

  2. Jeff Bryant September 3, 2018 at 8:44 pm #

    What a great article. Thanks for this information filled post that covers all of the bases in Richmond, Virginia.

  3. Pamela Dittmer McKuen September 4, 2018 at 1:06 pm #

    Richmond is certainly a multi-faceted city–a cultural blend of history and modern-day. I’d love to see the Poe Museum and the street murals. And the pimento cheese fritters sound divine!

    • Fun in Fairfax VA September 4, 2018 at 6:51 pm #

      Yes, the Poe Museum is a must stop in Richmond. Interesting history with a bit of kitschy fun. To be honest, I don’t usually love pimento cheese, but these fritters are tasty.

  4. Elaine Masters September 4, 2018 at 6:26 pm #

    I’d love to follow your lead and explore Richmond. Those bridge walks look fun and I knew there would be great food and history but lovely to see cool neighborhoods too.

    • Fun in Fairfax VA September 4, 2018 at 6:52 pm #

      I hope you get a chance to visit Richmond, Elaine. It really is a fun city with so much to see and do.

  5. Charles McCool: McCool Travel September 5, 2018 at 1:52 pm #

    Love that Charm School.

    • Fun in Fairfax VA September 5, 2018 at 5:48 pm #

      Yes, Charm School serves some delicious ice cream. Another great reason to visit Richmond VA.

  6. Carole Terwilliger Meyers September 5, 2018 at 5:44 pm #

    It’s been a long time since I’ve been to Richmond, Virginia, but I do fondly remember having lunch with George W. at the St Johns Church and bedding down in that fabulous Jefferson hotel. You’ve pointed out many things I missed, so it is time to go back!

    • Fun in Fairfax VA September 5, 2018 at 5:52 pm #

      I’m so glad you were able to stay in The Jefferson hotel, Carole. It’s so fun to be surrounded by history. Richmond is definitely changing at a rapid pace. The T Pott Bridge was just one of the new things to do since we visited less than 2 years ago. Great city!

  7. Lori September 6, 2018 at 12:54 pm #

    We always loved our day trips to Richmond from Culpeper and you’ve listed a few of our favorites as well as so much we missed – Careytown of course, absolutely love Kuba Kuba, and we visited the Ginter Botannical Gardens at Christmas time, spectacular!

    • Fun in Fairfax VA September 6, 2018 at 3:28 pm #

      Thanks for the tip Lori—I’ll have to visit Lewis Ginter to see the holiday display. I bet it’s beautiful.

  8. Marilyn Jones September 8, 2018 at 1:24 am #

    It’s been 20 years since I was in Richmond. I was there at Christmastime and remember enjoying the holiday activities and historic locations plus the river plantations. After reading your article I think I need to go back!! Thank you!

    • Fun in Fairfax VA September 8, 2018 at 11:07 am #

      I do hope you are able to visit Richmond during the warmer months. All of the riverside outdoor activities are so fun and you’ll have a very different experience of the city. I think I need to visit around the holidays!

  9. Rose Palmer September 8, 2018 at 8:14 am #

    Don’t live too far from Richmond. Will have to do a weekend trip.

    • Fun in Fairfax VA September 8, 2018 at 11:08 am #

      Sounds like a great plan Rose. Richmond makes a great weekend getaway because there is a lot to do but it isn’t overwhelming. Have fun when you go!

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