Are you coming to Miss Fisher Con this July? We're excited to welcome you to Richmond! We've compiled a list of a few of the local attractions that can make your trip more fun, but don't let us stop you from checking things out yourself - there is so much more to do. For a more comprehensive list, check out the city’s official website. And, of course, be sure to call ahead to check that the attractions are open and taking appropriate precautions!
As you start making your travel plans and booking your flights, here are some tips from a local:
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This 12,000 square foot mansion was built in the late 1800s as a private home. It opened to the public as a museum in 1925. Booking a time in advance is recommended.
Play a round of "highfalutin'" indoor mini golf at this creative non-hotel. Walk-ins are welcome, or you can reserve a tee time with your besties. Dining and drinking additions are available, and this place is 21+ after 5:00 pm.
Take a trolley tour
This scavenger hunt is done from your smartphone, and you can learn about the history of the city while you wander with a purpose.
With multiple exhibits and properties, including a former English manor house that was brought over in 1925 (at left), this museum has something for everyone.
Need a last element for your outfit for the Masquerade? Check out this boutique in Carytown.
This is one option for exploring the culinary delights of Richmond - this walking tour includes tastings at several stops along the way.
Explore the options for excellent food
This list from TripAdvisor is one way to choose your next night out - fancy or not, there are plenty of delicious choices in town!
Just a short drive from Richmond, this 18th-century historical village is an all-day experience. Explore the historic sites, taverns, and art museums in its environs.
Plenty to see in our nation's capital, including the Smithsonian museums, the Holocaust museum, the Lincoln Memorial, and more. A day trip will barely scratch the surface, but what a way to play!