The Richmond Coliseum
This monolithic structure can seat thousands of people. It is a place where many
exciting things, like sporting events, shows, and concerts, can be seen.
This colorful village is the place to be. The rainbow colored houses are a sight to see.
Many shops and restauraunts can be found here to fulfill your shopping needs.
The Virginia State Capitol
Ever wondered how your government works? Now you can find out by visiting this site. Excellent
tours are given to explain the significance of this building and its contents.
The Governor's Mansion
Every four years we elect a govenor to govern this wonderful state. This capable leader and his
family live in this huge mansion where they run things. You may visit this structure and
find out how our beloved leader lives.
This statue is a must see for any Civil War buff. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, whom this
monument memorializes, was perhaps the most famous Confederate general. Pay him tribute by
visiting his Monument.
State Library of Virginia
This place is heaven for all historians. Since 1823 this institution has collected and
preserved the records of Virginia's history and culture. Its archives alone contain 50,000
cubic feet of court records, tax lists, executive and legislative records, personal papers,
and maps. Did I mention that this place has books?
The Old Stone House
This house is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, in the city. It was occupied by
Edgar Allen Poe, one of history's great writers. The house now serves as a shrine to Poe;
a must see for literature lovers.
For more interesting attractions, see Jamie's section on Museums.
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