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One of the most beautiful and historic cities in the entire United States, Richmond is not only the capital of Virginia, but also the center of a huge, thriving, vibrant metropolitan area. In the eastern central region of the state of Virginia, Richmond lies along the James River, and has roots that go back into the 17th century. An important city during the colonial days, Richmond displays numerous historical sites throughout the city, attracting tourists from around the world. For families that call Richmond home, there’s no place they would rather be. Richmond truly does have something for everyone.
When it comes to local museums and national monuments, Richmond has more than your average city. The Virginia Center for Architecture is right here in Richmond, as well as the Old Dominion Railway Museum, which documents the railroad’s long history in the state of Virginia. The Virginia Historical Society is also based here in Richmond, and if you are interested in learning more about arts and modern culture, Richmond is home to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. For a more somber, historical experience, many tourists visit the Virginia Holocaust Museum, and of course, there are several Civil War museums in Richmond, including the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar.
There is a vibrant arts community here in Richmond, and the city has numerous art galleries, arts organizations, theatrical states, and music venues. Richmond has also been at the heart of a number of cultural art movements, and has created many unique musical genres, including several forms of folk music, bluegrass, and many music artists have cited Richmond as where they got their start. A number of beautiful local murals can be found throughout the colorful streets of Richmond.
If you have any interest in early American architecture, Richmond should be on your list of cities to visit. With several distinct and unique historical districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Richmond has a long list of beautiful historic houses worth touring.
There are so many things to do outdoors in Richmond, and Richmond has really made a name for itself as an active, healthy city. With a large number of local parks and natural outdoor areas, Richmond is a great place to live. The Japanese Garden at Maymount provides a beautiful habitat for unique trees and perfectly manicured vegetation, while the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden spans nearly one hundred acres and features some of the most beautiful flowers you have ever seen.
Families that live here in Richmond take pride in the high quality of the local schools. With nearly thirty local elementary schools, nearly a dozen middle schools, and a number of high schools, Richmond also has a number of private and charter schools, as well as specialized arts and technology centers. With so many educational resources here in Richmond, parents feel good about enrolling their children in the local schools. For students of any grade level that need extra help, local Richmond tutors are available. These local tutors can help and struggling student achieve success.
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A view of the downtown city streets in Richmond, Virginia