Itinerary: Three Days in Richmond
Day One: Washington, Jefferson, Marshall and more
· See the Virginia Capitol, one of Thomas Jefferson’s architectural masterpieces.
· Look at history through an artistic lens at the Valentine Richmond History Center.
· Tour the John Marshall House and Garden, home of the first chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
· See a little-explored side of Civil War History at the Museum and White House of the Confederacy.
· Visit St. John’s Church, location of Patrick Henry’s “Liberty or Death” speech.
Day Two: Monuments and memories
· Check out historical statuary on Richmond’s Monument Avenue.
· Explore a re-created English colony at Henricus Historical Park.
· Take a scenic walk or boat ride along Kanawha and Haxall Canals.
· Learn the lessons of 20th century history at the Virginia Holocaust Museum.
Day Three: Richmond, past and present
· Visit the Virginia War Memorial with a World War II veteran.
· Learn about Richmond’s African American heritage at Historic Jackson Ward, home of several ethnic history attractions.
· See what happens when nature meets nurture at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.
· Spend an evening with the arts at a local theater, ballet, opera or symphony.
For a detailed itinerary, visit us online at www.goingonfaith.com.