Visiting Richmond

Will you be visiting Richmond on the weekend of March 7/8? Here are a few suggestions for nearby places to stay, tasty restaurants, and things to do.

NOTE: Don’t miss the exhibit “Agents of Change:  Female Activism in Virginia from Women’s Suffrage to Today” to be unveiled on March 8th at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture.  The museum is kindly offering participants in our Celebrate!38 event free admission on March 8th. Tell the guides at the desk that you are with Celebrate!38.

Places to Stay Near Celebrate!38 Route


The Commonwealth

Hilton Richmond Downtown

Holiday Inn Express Richmond – Downtown

Richmond Marriott

Places to Eat Near Celebrate!38 Route

Addis Ethiopian Restaurant food

Capitol Waffle Shop

Maya Mexican Grill


Secret Sandwich Society

Spice of India

Tarrant’s Cafe

Things to Do


Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Agents of Change Exhibit: Female Activism in Virginia from Women’s Suffrage to Today
*** Free admission on March 8th for participants of Celebrate!38 ***

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site

Maymont GardensFarm, and Nature Center

Richmond Slave Trail
**Self-guided tour: print this brochure front/back and fold in three.**

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Virginia State Capitol