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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.
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 »
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 »
We are the premier brewery tour experience in the River City and Virginia. Let our knowledgeable and energetic staff drive you on an exciting tour around the Richmond region in our comfortable 14 passenger bus and experience some of the Commonwealth’s finest…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 »
Ardent Craft Ales is a production brewery, taproom, and beer garden located in Scott’s Addition. We pride ourselves on our beers, as well as our personable and knowledgeable staff, industrial-edged taproom, and family- and dog-friendly beer garden. In addition…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 »
This Confederate battery is the northern end of the Howlett Line that bottled up Butler’s forces on the Bermuda Hundred peninsula. The fort was named for Col. Olin Miller Dantzler, 22d South Carolina Infantry, who was killed in action near here. In January,…more »
Blue Bee Cider is located in the Old Manchester district of downtown Richmond, Va. Our tasting room is open from noon to 6 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. We are currently the only urban cidery in Virginia. more »