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Grab Cheap Flight Tickets to Richmond

Reasons to book cheap Richmond flights

The capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Richmond is located at the fall line of the James River in the United States of America. The city has profound connections to two major eras in the American history. Richmond was a hotbed of independence during colonial times and it served as the capital of the Confederacy during the Civil War. Besides the sites of historical importance, the city also offers an active cultural life, vibrant neighborhoods, and activities for all ages.

Canal Walk

A 1.25-mile walk of paved promenades along James River-Kanawha Canal, Canal Walk includes several historic sites, markets, and statues telling city's four-century story. Visitors can also cruise the canal on 40-minute historical tours departing from the Turning Basin. The major attractions en route are Brown's Island and the American Civil War Center.

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

One of the finest art museums in Virginia, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts features permanent galleries of the early 20th century European art including works by leading French artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Georges Braque. Museum's holdings are made globally significant by the Fischer Collection of Modernist that adds excellent examples of German Expressionism. Other highlights of the museums include collections of works by French Impressionists; Feberge jeweled works, English silver, and the collections of Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and Contemporary American Art.

Virginia State Capitol

Built in 1785 to 1788 to the design of Thomas Jefferson, Virginia State Capitol is an imposing white Capitol that witnessed numerous events in the Confederate history. There is a statue of George Washington in the lobby of the Capitol. Virginia State Capitol is located in a spacious park known as Capitol Square.