7 Historical Sites Around Richmond To See


1. Henricus Historical Park

251 Henricus Park Rd, Chester, Virginia 23836
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Henricus Historical Park is a living museum dedicated to the second successful English settlement.

2. Virginia House

4301 Sulgrave Road, Richmond, Virginia 23221
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Virginia House is a stunning Tudor manor that was relocated to Richmond in the 20s.

3. Historic Polegreen Church

6411 Heatherwood Dr, Mechanicsville, Virginia 23116
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The Historic Polegreen Church is a monument to the original church that caught fire during the Civil War.

4. Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site

600 N 2nd St, Richmond, Virginia 23219
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The Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site celebrates the life of Civil Rights inspiration, Maggie L. Walker.

5. Agecroft Hall

4305 Sulgrave Rd, Richmond, Virginia
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This charming Elizabethan cottage was originally built in England. It has a gorgeous Elizabethan knot garden.

6. The Historic Richmond Trolleys

1831 Westwood Ave, Richmond, Virginia
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The Historic Richmond Trolleys give landmark tours of Richmond.

7. War Horse Memorial

428 N Boulevard, Richmond, Virginia
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This beautifully tragic statue is a memorial to the horses and mules that dies in The Civil War.

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