Contains the world's largest collection of manuscripts and memorabilia of poet Edgar Allan Poe, who lived and worked in Richmond.
Virginia Holocaust Museum
The museum is structured like an attic/diorama of the Holocaust survivors who settled here after WWII. It's occasionally kitschy but...
St John's Episcopal Church
It was here that firebrand Patrick Henry uttered his famous battle cry, 'Give me Liberty, or give me Death!' during the rebellious 1775...
Tobacco Company Restaurant
An embodiment of the era when tobacco was king, the atmosphere of this three-story, brothel-like restaurant-bar is more of a draw than...
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Millie's does it all, and does it well. But where this Richmond icon really shines is Sunday brunch: the...
Lonely Planet review
One of Richmond's finest restaurants serves decadent New Southern cuisine in a classy old-fashioned dining room that's cinematically set inside a restored 1817 building. Start with a mint julep, fried green tomatoes or jumbo lump-crab soup, followed by Julep's signature shrimp and grits with grilled andouille sausage.