The tour starts off at the Richmond Region Visitor’s Center on 3rd and Marshall St. We’ll walk around the down town and your guide will show you several monumental sights including: The State Capitol Building – the oldest standing state capitol in and the first Neo-Classical building in the United States The statues of Capitol Square The White House of the Confederacy – where Jefferson Davis lived when he was leader of the Confederate Government The John Marshall House Two of the unknown architectural gems of Richmond: the Victorian Gothic Old City Hall, and Egyptian Revivalist Egyptian Building The thriving early 20th Century African American community of Jackson Ward And much, much more. Along the way, your guide will recount the stories of the people, events, and buildings that make up Richmond while emphasizing the Civil War in Richmond, as well as the Civil Rights Movement of one-hundred years later. Reserve Now! Dates and Times Saturdays at 11:00 AM Are reservations required? Yes. Due to high demand, we are limited to 30 spots per tour. Reserve Now! For groups of more than 5, please call ahead to reserve your spot (804)263-7914 What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? All street parking in Richmond is free on weekends. Park anywhere on the street and walk over. This meetup spot is also close to several hotels and parking garages that cost about $5. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? If you have any other questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (804) 263-7914.