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...
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...
Lunch, dinner or weekend brunch – Richmond icon Millie's does it all, and does it well. It's a small, but handsomely designed, space...
1719 E Franklin St · interesting places nearby
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.