Things to Do in Richmond, Virginia
Virginia’s capital has something for everyone. Find unique shops in Carytown, historic mansions along cobblestoned streets and top museums. Go white-water rafting, too, in this city by the James.Filed under:
They don’t call it “Monument Avenue” for nothing. This tree-lined grassy mall divides the east and westbound sides of the avenue; a 1.5-mile stretch of it is punctuated with statues memorializing Confederate figures like J.E.B. Stuart (pictured). In 1996, a statue honoring tennis great Arthur Ashe was added to the street, broadening the scope of what the city holds dear.
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