Tours and Trails


See the Richmond region your way on a tour or trail. Whether you're looking for a guided tour of the best spots for foodies (including samples) or want to follow the Liberty or Garden Trails on your own, we've got something for you. Take the Craft Beer Trail to tasting rooms all over the region or take a street art tour of Richmond. The tours and trails in Richmond are yours to blaze!

Eat + Drink

Take a real food tour of Richmond, VA with Real Richmond food tours. Sample Carytown's best with River City Food Tours. Go on a craft beer adventure with Richmond Brewery Tours or plan your own self-guided craft beer sampling on the Richmond Craft Beer Trail.


Trolley + Segway

RVA Trolley can show the best of Richmond, VA from a trolley. Want something a little more adventurous? Lean into a Segway tour. Both tours are an excellent way to see Richmond from both ends of the technological spectrum. Either way, you'll be riding in style, taking in the sites and learning about Richmond's deep historical roots and exciting future.

Bike + Virginia Capital Trail

Pedal around Richmond on a bike tour with Richmond Rides. These two-wheeled tours are one of the best ways to see Richmond's neighborhoods, and sample some local snacks along the way. Looking to ride out on your own? The Virginia Capital Trail is a 50-mile, protected pathway that runs from Richmond to Jamestown.

Richmond Garden Trail

The Richmond Garden Trail is a ready-made itinerary of some of the country's best gardens and green spaces, with a few "garden secrets" along the way. The eight sites are all less than 10 miles from each other. There's no official starting point - choose what appeals to you and visit at your leisure.

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Richmond Liberty Trail

The Richmond Liberty Trail is a walking route that connects many of downtown Richmond's historic sites, attractions and neighborhoods, including 15 national historic landmarks. This 6.2 mile (10K) trail is marked with a logo painted on the sidewalk. Where the Richmond Liberty Trail meets corners or other locations where direction is needed, supplementary arrows indicate in which direction to walk.

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