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Whether you're traveling by foot, car, water or air, the Richmond Region offers a captivating variety of tours and excursions. Explore historic neighborhoods. Go on a ghost tour. Traverse cobblestone streets on a Segway. Or get a bird's-eye view -- via airplane, helicopter or hot air balloon - of the area. Even take a tour to discover Richmond's beautiful theater and performing arts community. Search our Richmond Region tours for great ideas.
Take a 40 minute narrated historical tour of the James River and Kanawha Canal. Cruises depart from the Turning Basin along Richmond’s Canal Walk between 14th and Dock Streets. Cruises run 12-7pm Friday-Saturday, and 12-5pm Sunday, spring & fall. During the…more »
DID YOU KNOW that Richmond was the site of the very first trolley system in the world, dating back to 1888? Experience Richmond history in a classic trolley ideally suited for visitors and residents alike. Enjoy Richmond landmarks from the comfort of our…more »
Segway of Richmond store resides in beautiful downtown Richmond, Virginia. Located in the historic Columbian Building in Shockoe Slip, Segway of Richmond provides a full line of world-class personal transporters for guided tours of downtown Richmond, segway…more »
Your hot-air balloon flight will create a memory of a lifetime. All flights originate from the full-service balloon-port located in the Hanover Air Park. Flights last approximately one hour. As part of your first flight ceremony, each passenger will receive a…more »
Bald Eagles of the James Tour 2-hour tour: $45 per person Enjoy the majesty of resident bald eagles, bring your camera, or watch through binoculars. Venture into into an ecosystem that is considered the area with the best comeback of the bald eagle in the…more »
The tour leads visitors through Richmond's oldest neighborhood, Shockoe Bottom, in search of restless spirits.Your "Ghoul Guide" will tell you about the tragedies, history, and paranormal activities that happened and happen at each stop along the way. Eerie…more »
The Old Dominion Railway Museum offers a brisk one-and-a-half-hour walking tour of the floodwall. View the James River, the city skyline and historic sites including Belle Isle and The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar. Free tours take place at 2…more »