Many museums in larger cities are envious of the significant collections held by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
It has a mansion, an arboretum, a number of gardens, a 100-acre park, a kids' petting zoo, and a collection of carriages.
It is the ideal location to come on a lovely day because there are a surprisingly large number of activities there for both kids and adults.
With extensive collections of items from the Civil War and the Confederate states, it operates as a Museum of the Confederacy beside the Tredegar Iron Works.
The 1813 Governor's Mansion is also visible in Capitol Square, a sizable park where the capitol is located.
You can take a guided tour of the attractions of this church, which is the oldest in the city.
The museum's brand-new immersive theater experience, which brings artifacts to life, is a highlight of Richmonds role in the Civil war.