MANY ATTRACTIONS AND MUSEUMS THROUGHOUT THE RICHMOND REGION MAY BE CLOSED OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS DUE TO CDC GUIDELINES. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU CHECK INDIVIDUAL ATTRACTION WEBSITES OR THEIR SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION ON CLOSINGS AND CANCELLATIONS.

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Kings Dominion

Celebrating over 40 years in the Richmond Region, Kings Dominion is the ultimate family fun experience and one of the best amusement parks on the East Coast with thrill rides, a water park and amazing food.

Gardens

Blooms, butterflies, lush landscapes and tree-lined paths get garden lovers outside in the Richmond region. With one of the nation’s top public gardens and acres of historic homes and avenues, Richmond’s beauty beckons.

The Richmond Garden trail takes you from one end of the region to the other with stops at architectural treasures, bucolic gardens and one of USA Today’s Best Public Gardens in the Nation: Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.

History

History? The Richmond Region wrote the book, with more than 400 years of American stories to tell. Liberty was launched here. From the Civil War to civil rights, trace and walk the history of the nation in Richmond.

Museums

With museums spanning old world masters to literary giants to spy planes, the Richmond region has every curiosity covered.

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) is open 365 days a year and the permanent collection is free to all. Take in local Richmond History at the Valentine,  Virginia history at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture, get hands on at the Science Museum of Virginia or celebrate unhappy hour at the Edgar Allan Poe Museum.