On this downtown walking tour, you’ll visit the Valentine museum’s Court End neighborhood, uncovering surprising examples of architecture and Richmond history along the way. Join the most experienced guides in Richmond to discover architectural gems and stories of the city's early beginnings as the Capitol of Virginia.
Patrick Henry Park
East Broad & 24th Street, Richmond, Virginia
Join the most experienced guides in Richmond to explore the evolving history of one of Richmond's oldest neighborhoods, from historic St. John’s Church and beautiful examples of Queen Anne architecture, to modern renovation efforts, scenic parks and a thriving restaurant scene.
Barton Heights Mansion
2112 Monteiro Ave, Richmond, VA
Join The Valentine as we explore the people, architecture and culture of one of Richmond’s earliest street-car suburbs and consider how Richmond’s middle class sought to build a peaceful home life separate from the hustle and bustle of downtown Richmond.
Shockoe Hill Cemetery
210 Hospital St, Richmond, VA
Enjoy the grounds, botanical variety, sculptural artworks, and stories of notable tenants laid to rest in the 1822 Shockoe Hill Cemetery, as well as neighboring Hebrew Cemetery and Shockoe Hill African Burying Ground.
2503 East Grace Street
2503 East Grace Street, Richmond, VA
While best known for its architecture and St. John’s Church, scattered across Church Hill are historic markers and monuments that mark significant and little-known stories of the city. Join fellow Valentine members for an exclusive Valentine Director-led tour.