With our cheap flights to Richmond, fly to the capital of Commonwealth of Virginia since 1780. With an unfortunately uncomfortable history the city has risen from, it is the site of the famous ‘Give me liberty, or give me death’ speech by the patriot Patrick Henry. Now the city has grounded itself with traditions and fascination. Take our cheap flights to Richmond and visit the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar housed within a gun foundry from 1861, the museum walks you through the details of the Civil War.
Take a leisurely stroll in Belle Isle which was once a quarry, POW camp during the Civil War and a power plant and is now transformed into one of the best parks in the city. Gaze at the revered statues of the Southern heroes such as Matthew Fontaine Maury, Jefferson Davis, JEB Stuart, Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson and Arthur Ashe. There’s a lot more to see in this city, so travel with our cheap flights to Richmond to ensure a comfortable and stress free journey for yourself and you can rest assure that your convenience is our commitment.
Visit the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar, housed in an 1861 gun foundry, the site looks into the causes and progressions of the Civil War from the Unions point of view and the experiences of the African Americans and Confederate.
Visit the Monument Avenue Statues, a boulevard lined with trees and holding statues of esteemed heroes such as Matthew Fontaine Maury, Jefferson Davis, Stonewall Jackson, JEB Stuart and Arthur Ashe.
Take a walk in the Belle Isle, a blissfully car-free island and a fine retreat from the hubbub of the busy city, the park has many remarkable spots for picnics, hiking, cycling and even sunbathing.
Take a trip to one of the city’s most enthralling highlights, Canal Walk which leads to some of the best view points and sights in Richmond.
Visit the famous art museum in Richmond and one of the largest art museums in North America. The permanent collection of this museum encompasses of more than 33000 works of art.
Don’t miss to visit the Virginia State Capitol that was built in 1785 to 1788, many major events in confederate history took place here. It sits in a spacious park known as Capitol Square; you can also see the Governor’s Mansion, a Bell tower and much more.
It is the capital of Commonwealth of Virginia.
Richmond is the fourth-most populous city in Virginia.
The city hosted the UCI Road World Championships 2015.
The St. John Episcopal Church is the oldest church in Richmond.