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Church Hill Free Walking Tour

  • 24th St. & E Broad St., Richmond, VA 23223
  • Dates: March 31, 2018 - November 24, 2018
  • Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Saturday
  • Venue: The Richmond Tour Guys
  • Phone: 804-215-8530
  • Time: 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
  • Price: Free, tips customary
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Walk in the footsteps of 400 years of history with the Richmond Tour Guys; while being captivated by the colorful stories of Richmond’s past and what it’s become. The Richmond Tour Guys’ free walking tours of Richmond are the perfect way to discover why in 2014 Frommers said “While you weren’t looking, Richmond got cool.” Our tours are acclaimed by locals and visitors who discover fun stories and ways to experience the city like they never have before; exploring and seeing Richmond through new eyes.”

Meet the birthplace of a city while meandering through 240 years of architecture in Richmond’s oldest residential neighborhood; the hottest, hippest neighborhood filled with American history. Where at a secret 1775 gathering Patrick Henry proclaimed “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!” Every house and street has a unique, entertaining, and thought-provoking story that weaves in with the whole of Richmond, both past and present.

Reservations required. Reserve your spot at: http://www.richmondtourguys.com/church-hill/

Cost: The tour is free, but it is customary to tip your guide at the conclusion of your tour.

Where it begins: Patrick Henry Park, 2401 E Broad St., Richmond, VA 23223

Parking: Free and plentiful street parking all around the meet up location.

Highlights:

St. John’s Church where the Virginia second Congress met illegally

Oldest graveyard in the City

A view that named Richmond at Libby Hill

Houses that were relocated piece-by-piece from downtown to

Church Hill

The oldest storefront in the city

Church Hill Free Walking Tour