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Maria’s guidebook

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Maria’s guidebook

Sightseeing
Maymont’s naturalistic Japanese Garden contrasts strongly with the formality of the Italian Garden. Descending into the Japanese Garden and entering through its distinct gates is like stepping onto a different continent. The space is cool, shaded and intimate. Sounds are muted and even children become more introspective and observant. While not a religious garden, the space is unmistakably reflective.
Maymont Japanese Garden
Maymont’s naturalistic Japanese Garden contrasts strongly with the formality of the Italian Garden. Descending into the Japanese Garden and entering through its distinct gates is like stepping onto a different continent. The space is cool, shaded and intimate. Sounds are muted and even children become more introspective and observant. While not a religious garden, the space is unmistakably reflective.
Adorable small zoo with many species and interaction with some of the animals.
Metro Richmond Zoo
8300 Beaver Bridge Road
Adorable small zoo with many species and interaction with some of the animals.
Whether strolling through the gardens, touring the mansion, watching river otters play, petting a goat or picnicking on the lawn, Maymont is a gift of 100 acres for all to enjoy.
Maymont Mansion
Whether strolling through the gardens, touring the mansion, watching river otters play, petting a goat or picnicking on the lawn, Maymont is a gift of 100 acres for all to enjoy.
Richmond’s grandest film theater has resisted alteration. It has adapted to changing practices in the film industry for 85 years without losing its focus on film, popular entertainment, and architectural and musical spectacle. The theater, altered only as needed to meet the demands of technology, has been maintained in near original condition throughout that time, in spite of the many changes that have been seen in the film distribution business. It is individually listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The theater, named after Richmond’s founder, William Byrd II, is one of the nation’s most significant surviving movie palaces.
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The Byrd Theatre
2908 West Cary Street
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Richmond’s grandest film theater has resisted alteration. It has adapted to changing practices in the film industry for 85 years without losing its focus on film, popular entertainment, and architectural and musical spectacle. The theater, altered only as needed to meet the demands of technology, has been maintained in near original condition throughout that time, in spite of the many changes that have been seen in the film distribution business. It is individually listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The theater, named after Richmond’s founder, William Byrd II, is one of the nation’s most significant surviving movie palaces.
Neighborhoods
Beautiful Ave in downtown Richmond, with monuments along the way on each corner. Most of the houses in this avenue are historic mansions and worth driving through it.
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Monument Avenue
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Beautiful Ave in downtown Richmond, with monuments along the way on each corner. Most of the houses in this avenue are historic mansions and worth driving through it.
Food scene
Fun, hip, a VCU area, boutiques, cute restaurants and lots of fun at night.
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Carytown
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Fun, hip, a VCU area, boutiques, cute restaurants and lots of fun at night.