When: Saturday, April 7 from 10 AM to 12 PM
Where: Patrick Henry Park on East Broad at 24th St
Price: $15 adult, $5 Child, $5 Valentine Members
Length: 2 hours
From the Valentine:
Richmond’s beloved Church Hill neighborhood is home to St. Johns church, where Patrick Henry made his famous “Liberty of Death” speech, and the city’s largest number of antebellum structures. Explore the history of this venerable neighborhood, from the historic sections surrounding St. John’s Church, to the modern renovation efforts and thriving restaurant scene.
The Valentine’s Richmond History Tours program offers guided tours that explore the rich and diverse history of the city by foot, bike or bus. Our featured neighborhood series explores a different Richmond neighborhood each month.
Reservations suggested. Please visit the Valentine website to purchase your ticket here.
- Advanced tickets are strongly encouraged. Space is limited.
- Valentine walking tours are typically between 1-2 miles in length. We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and bring water.
- Accessibility- People of all abilities are encouraged to join us for tours. If you have accessibility challenges or need accommodation, please let us know in advance.
- Tours are held rain or shine. However, in extreme weather a tour may be cancelled. Call 804-649-0711 x 301 to verify the tour will take place.
This is one of many! There’s a Church Hill North/Union Hill tour, a “Hounds of Richmond” dog friendly walk and more! Check out the flyer below for all the other dates.