Civil War Richmond – The South’s Capital

Confederate Soldier
Confederate Soldier
Wyndham Virginia Crossing
1000 Virginia Center Parkway
Glen Allen, VA 23059
Region Central Virginia
Locality Henrico
Phone: (540) 869-1864
Toll Free: (800) 769-5912
Fax: (540) 769-5912

You have just arrived in Richmond, the Capital of a new Confederate Nation to be swept back in the excitement, anticipation, and eventual sorrow of the Civil War. The music of banjos and fiddles fill the air during dinner at an historic inn. Actors dressed in period costumes discuss events of 1862. Richmond today is a vibrant city, rich in history boasting grand buildings, historic homes, monuments, and museums. The city and its residents welcome you with Southern Hospitality. Listen carefully and you may hear the soft accent of a Native Virginian.

  • 2 Nights accommodation
  • Baggage handling
  • Breakfast or a continental breakfast each morning
  • 2 Dinners
  • An evening in historic Richmond with fine dining and Civil War music
  • Professional guide service
  • Shockoe Slip in the heart of Richmond
  • The White House of the Confederacy
  • Museum of the Confederacy
  • The Virginia State Capitol Building
  • St. Paul’s Church
  • Hollywood Cemetery
  • Petersburg National Battlefield
  • Appomattox Plantation
  • City Point National Historic District
  • Drive by Weston Manor
  • Drive through a neighborhood of Sears & Roebuck mail order homes
  • City Point National Cemetery
  • Blandford Church
  • Pamplin Park Civil War Site
  • Tour Tredegar Iron Works
  • Drive along Monument Avenue
  • Chimborazo Medical Museum
  • Cold Harbor Battlefield

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Last Updated: 5/18/2012 4:46 PM