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  • A view of the Richmond city skyline from the historic canal

48 Hours in Downtown Richmond

Whether you’re traveling to Richmond for a wedding or event, or entertaining guests for the weekend, sometimes, you just don’t have a lot of time to explore all that the River City has to offer.  So, if you’re short on time, here’s how we’d see downtown Richmond in 48 hours.

If you’re not local and are visiting for a weekend, you’re going to need a home base and Richmond has three great options that are packed with their own charm and character:

  • The Jefferson Hotel: The matriarch of the Richmond hospitality scene, The Jefferson is a historic hotel bursting with old-school glamour and elegance.
  • Linden Row Inn: Linden Row Inn offers a historic yet intimate experience. The inn is comprised of a series of row houses united by a charming courtyard and restaurant.
  • Quirk Hotel: Unlike The Jefferson Hotel and […]
By |2023-03-02T13:23:49-05:00March 2, 2023|Itineraries|0 Comments
  • The art gallery at Crossroads Art Center in Richmond

An Artsy Day Exploring Richmond’s Galleries

Richmond is a creative town. Home to Virginia Commonwealth University and its celebrated VCUArts program, the River City tends to attract artists of all types, making it a perfect place to spend a day gallery hopping while shopping for one-of-a-kind art. Come along as we dive into a few galleries across the city to check out everything from paintings to pottery. 

Alma's RVA Richmond art gallery Alma’s RVA

Alma’s Gallery & Shop: Start the day in Richmond’s Brookland Park neighborhood at Alma’s Gallery & Shop. Alma’s is an artist-run gallery and shop where you can find anything from small-batch, handmade items to one-of-a-kind museum-quality pieces. 

Shockoe Bottom Clay: Up next is Shockoe Bottom Clay, a working studio and gallery featuring pottery from more than 30 […]

By |2022-11-17T06:46:15-05:00November 17, 2022|Itineraries|0 Comments

Explore the RVA Beer Trail

Over the years, Richmond has established itself as a mecca for two things: history and beer lovers. But what many might not know, is that the River City actually made history for beer. In 1935 the Krueger Brewing Company created the very first beer can in Richmond, thus changing the way beer was packaged forever.  

Today, Richmond is home to more than 30 craft breweries and cideries. To put it in perspective, if you visited five breweries a day it would still take you nearly a week to visit all of them. But say you had just one day to experience Richmond’s beer scene? Where would you go? Starting on the eastern side of the city and moving west, here are our top picks to brew up a perfect day exploring Richmond’s Beer Trail. 

By |2022-11-03T15:46:56-04:00November 3, 2022|Itineraries|0 Comments
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