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Richmond: os melhores parques

“Great lookout that is the "view that named the city". If you're looking for a workout, join in on the Libby Hill Steps! It is a WORKOUT. When you're done, enjoy the sunset. You won't be disappointed. ”
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“Best public park in RVA. Best place to picnic. Lovely vistas. Richmond's Central Park. A gilded age mansion and its grounds gifted to the city. I became engaged in the Italian Garden. Japanese Garden requires a lot of steps; worth the trip. Bear habitat is among the best in any zoo anywhere. If you have kids, consider the Animal Farm entrance instead of Hampton Street. I wrote the website for Maymont almost 20 years ago. Little of that probably remains. ”
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“AMAZING views and street art on the canal walk. If you're into taking photos - you'll definitely want to bring your camera when visiting. There are also canal tours available.”
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Capitol Building
“The oldest State Capitol in the U.S., designed by Thomas Jefferson. Pretty views of the city, grounds and picnic benches for sitting. ”
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“Its a beautiful place to share an afternoon. There are English and Japanese gardens, 100 acres of grounds, and a mansion and a nature center to explore. ”
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History Museum
“Wrought from the ruins of the Tredegar Ironworks factory, producer Confederate munitions during the Civil War, the American Civil War Museum is a tour-de-force. Too much to take in during a single visit, it is a life-long learning center. ”
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“Along both sides of the river. Secluded spots, class 5 rapids, birdwatching haven, sunbathing on the rocks on the southside (near Belle Isle or west at Pony Pasture), off road biking, jogging trails. ”
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“Wide open and quiet park with lots of nice picnic/frisbee spots. Nice views of the city. ”
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History Museum
“Historical site. I haven't ventured all the way through it yet, once the little ones get bigger we will. Looks super cool from what I've heard.”
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“Take the kids to the playground or just take a blanket and lay under the large trees in this beautiful park. Great for picnics!”
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“The school boy’s favorite, Texas Beach is where students and locals go to rock hop and cool down. Look out for nudists. ”
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Monumento / ponto turístico
“The Virginia War Memorial is a 1955 memorial in Richmond, Virginia, originally dedicated to Virginians killed in World War II and the Korean War. In 1980, the Shrine was enlarged to honor those Virginians killed in action in the Vietnam War.”
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“A tudor manor house built in the late 15th century (yes, you read that correctly), and shipped here from England! Incredible house and beautiful grounds right on the river. Host to the shakespeare festival!”
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“Get your legs ready for a ride from Williamsburg to Richmond on a paved path without traffic!”
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“Great place to observe the James River running through an urban area..... Downtown Richmond. Enjoy concerts and outdoor vendors as well.”
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“Really cool cat-walk type path that runs along a pipeline right at the water's edge of the james river. Directly overhead is a railroad bridge. Picnic on one of the sandy beaches, watch kayakers do tricks in the class III rapids, go for a swim, observe the wildlife on the little island across the water that houses the Great Blue Heron Rookery. To access: "One entrance is on the river side of the floodwall, just west of 14th Street. The other entrance takes a little bit of exploring on the eastern edge of the park on Brown's Island. Look for the trail to duck down to the edge of the river behind the old ice cooler that's kept there for summer concert performance. A dirt path runs through the woods along the water's edge before leading you to the pipeline."”
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