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Vacation in Virginia's capital in a comfortable vacation home
Richmond is a vibrant city with plenty to see and do. You and your family can enjoy a variety of cultural sights, taste delicious Southern cuisine, and soak in the historic atmosphere. Stay in an apartment in a turn-of-the-century townhouse or a Queen Anne-style villa to make your trip unforgettable.
Not surprisingly, Richmond is a hotspot for Southern cooking. Traditional favorites like grits and fried green tomatoes can be found at Comfort and Julep's. If you can handle some spice, consider eating soul food at Mama J’s and Croaker’s Spot. If you have a sweet tooth, stop by Sugar Shack Donuts, which claims to have some of the best donuts in the country. Richmond also boasts many French cafes, such as Can Can and Tres Leches Cake.
As the capital of the Confederate States in the American Civil War, Richmond has several historic sites. These include the Richmond National Battlefield Park, American Civil War Museum, and Museum of the Confederacy. Richmond is also home to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, which houses the Pratt Fabergé collection—the largest collection outside of Russia. At the Science Museum of Virginia you can see the world's largest analemmic sundial.
After sightseeing, unwind with a leisurely walk through Richmond's historic Fan District, featuring beautiful period buildings from Art Deco to Colonial and Tudor Revival with turrets, porches and more.
Spend the day at Richmond Metro Zoo—where you can feed giraffes, ride a zip-line, or watch Kumbali and Kago (the cheetah and dog made famous on the internet). Your family will also want to explore the Children's Museum of Richmond. Youngsters can climb their way through the Living Tree House, stretch their creativity in the art studio or explore a life-size cave.
Meanwhile, older kids will enjoy the thrilling King's Dominion theme park. The park boasts roller coasters, a Planet Snoopy kid-zone, and Soak City waterpark.
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