Clarion Hotel Central
3207 N Boulevard
Richmond, VA 23230
Phone: (804) 359-9441
Fax: (804) 359-3207
Parker Field Annex is a good spot for taking a run at early morning and even for taking your dog for a walk. Neat and tidy, this park doesn't boast of any exceptional amenities but it is also a relaxing place where people can just sit and talk or take a solitary walk.
Come and visit the Hermitage Road Historical District and view the stunning properties with different architectural designs, like the Tudor, Victorian, Arts and Crafts, Georgian, Colonial Revival, etc. Along with the great high style architecture design homes, the district also features the A.P. Hill Monument, vast green spaces, public school, etc. One can also view the overhead trolley wiring which has been into existence for over 100 years and is still in use.
The Union Presbyterian Seminary is a historic theological seminary established in 1812. Located at the north side of Richmond, it is spreas over an area of 12 acres (5 hectares). The seminary building is constructed in the Late Victorian style of architecture and has vivid details. The seminary educates both men and women to provide service at the church. The seminary has another campus which is situated in Charlotte.
The First Baptist Church is a monumental Baptist church in the region of Richmond in Virginia. Located at the northwest corner of 12th and East Broad Streets, in Richmond, it was established in 1780. The church arranges for two traditional Sunday worship services. Sunday School takes place prior to the worship session and the Bible classes are held throughout the week in the evening. Wednesdays are reserved for meals and other activities. Spread over an area of 0.3 acres (0.12 hectares), the church occupies great historic importance, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1969.
Virginia Union University in one of the best places to soak up some fantastic sporting action in Richmond. This is the place to be, no matter what sports you fancy. There's softball, men and women's basketball, football and even cross country events. No matter when you visit, you are sure to find some sporting action on this lively campus.
The Thomas Jefferson High School is located at Richmond, Virginia. The school building was constructed in the year 1929 C.E and it has a Art Deco style of architecture. It was designed by architect Charles M. Robinson and it got listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places on December 23, 1993.
The Bryan Park is a prime historic park in the northwest of the city. Spread over a large area, the park offers an array of hiking and biking tracks. Another promising feature is the Joseph Bryan Park Azalea Garden. It boasts of over 450,000 azalea plants of roughly 50 varieties, as well as a small pond with a fountain. The park also features a well-designed golf course. It also hosts cultural events and festivals throughout the year. Admission is free, and in this fast-paced world of gadgets, a visit can revive your mind and soul.
The First African Baptist Church was founded in 1841 in Richmond, Virginia. It boasts of a great history and there was a point in time when it was one of the largest Protestant churches in the country. The structure follows the rare Greek Doric style of architecture. It organizes varied events like the Homecoming Fall Revival and Share Fair Fellowship to list a few. The church office hours are 10:00a to 4:00p from Monday to Friday. With tremendous historic significance, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 16, 1969.
A cornerstone remains from a German synagogue burned in the 1939 Kristalnacht and the Beth Ahaba Museum and Archive rests upon it. In addition to this moving memorial, the museum features a collection of artifacts of Jewish life and history. There is also an archival research center.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
The Emek Sholom Holocaust Memorial Cemetery is a place of the Jewish faith people. This cemetery consists of the burials of the Jews who believe in that one should be emotionally connected to the Holocaust. Tothe Jews, their primary goal is to remember the people of Holocaust. The Jews also believe in educating people about the Holocaust education.
Carytown is a treasure trove of specialty stores and restaurants. Stroll down the sidewalks and explore antique stores, salons, vintage clothing stores, coffee places, bookshops and more. On and off street parking is plentiful. The eateries represent many different kinds of food, from Mexican at Nacho Mamma's to French-Asian at Indochine or Indian at Farouk's. The shops include Premiere Costumes, The Compleat Gourmet and Leo Burke Furniture. These and other stores have sidewalk sales in the spring and fall and open houses on December Sundays. In August, the street comes to life with the Watermelon Festival.