Join the most experienced tour guides in Richmond to explore the diversity of one of city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Visit murals, revitalized buildings and historic homes and learn the neighborhood’s […]
Step back in time and explore a battle that divided Richmond social circles and families. Between 1909 and 1920, both pro-suffrage and anti-suffrage activists struggled tenaciously to persuade the public and the legislature of their views women’s right vote. On this downtown walking tour, Richmond’s most experienced tour guides will show you the iconic sites that were key to the fight, while exploring the diverse figures and perspectives that influenced the Richmond suffrage movement.
On a spectacular bluff overlooking the James River, Hollywood Cemetery has been the final resting place of some of Virginia’s most prominent citizens since 1847. Join the most experienced guides in Richmond as we explore the graves of rebels and rockers, politicians and Pulitzer prize winners, and, of course, two U.S. presidents: James Monroe and John Tyler. Also, learn about the 18,000 Civil War dead buried in Hollywood and the cemetery’s complicated legacy as a shrine to the Confederacy. Please note that this tour is 1.5 to 2 miles and involves several inclines. Comfortable shoes and water are recommended. Price: […]
In partnership with Virginia Capital Trail Foundation, join Richmond’s most experienced guides for a Shockoe Bottom tour starting on the Capital Trail! Tour Notes Advanced tickets are required. Tickets are non-refundable. Valentine walking tours are typically between 1-2 miles in length. We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and bring water. Accessibility: People of all abilities are encouraged to join us. If we can do anything to accommodate your needs, please let us know in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Tours are held rain or shine. However, in extreme weather, a tour may be cancelled. Call 804-649-0711 x 301 to verify […]
Join the most experienced guides in RVA as we explore Richmond origin stories in The Valentine museum’s Court End neighborhood. One of the oldest Richmond neighborhoods, Court End grew into an affluent area in close proximity to the newly established Virginia State Capitol during the early 19th century. On this downtown walking tour, you’ll discover stories of early Richmonders and surviving architectural gems nestled among the ever-evolving center of the City of Richmond. Price: $20 Adult, $10 Valentine members, Children under 18 are free Length: Approximately 75 minutes Parking: Parking is available on street or in the VCU Medical Center’s […]