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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Street Address
“great coffee shop with plenty of space to relax, read, or work. Coffee, tea, sweets and sandwiches available, plus art shows and music on some nights. They serve Black Hand Espresso (locally roasted).”
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Street Address
“Go on a tour of Richmond on a Segway! Don't worry if you've never ridden one before, training is provided. :)”
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Finance
“Restored early English manor home -- transported and reassembled. Call ahead and make sure you can take the guided house tour.”
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Bus Station
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Pharmacy
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“My preferred choice. Great prices, awesome selection. And fuel perk is great.”
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Street Address
“Cutest little grocer you ever did see! Local items including produce, dry goods, ready to eat items, wine, beer, kombucha, freezer foods, gluten free fare. Items from 100+ local vendors”
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Street Address
“This Victorian High Gothic building, completed as Richmond's city hall in 1894, is as dramatic inside as it is outside. Free to go inside. ”
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Library
“this is the closest GRTC bus stop on the corner of north and hooper. (GRTC route #32)”
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Point of Interest
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Store
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Grocery or Supermarket
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University
“Beautiful Campus. Several theaters. Check their web site for current performances.”
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Sculpture Garden
“Historic Significance with statues in the city of Liverpool, England; and the Republic of Benin, each of which played a prominent role in the slave trade. Three identical statues symbolize a commitment to new relationships based on honesty and forgiveness.”
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