New to Richmond? 3 Holiday Inspired Things to Do
Are you new to the Richmond area? If so, we want to say Welcome! Richmond is full of sights and activities, and with the Holiday season gearing up, there are tons of ways that you can get out and enjoy your new area. We have highlighted some of the top ways to get to know the Richmond area this Holiday season!
The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
This time of year, the Lew Ginter Botanical Garden is a must see for both young and old! During the Holiday season, they have the Dominion Energy GardenFest of Lights that runs nightly from 5 to 10 pm. It will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but will run until January 8, 2018. This show has more than half-a-million lights, model trains, and nightly activities for the family. The theme for this year is Stories in Lights that features fairy tales and folklore in both indoor and outdoor displays! You can check out their website to learn more and plan your trip: http://www.lewisginter.org/visit/events/dominion-gardenfest-of-lights/
The 2017 Fan District Holiday House Tour
For those who love history and architecture, this is a must-see event. This even takes place on December 9th and 10th. This is a tour that will take you through 10 houses in the Fan area that are stylish and elegant! Check it out: http://fandistrict.org/
For those who have moved here with kids, then you cannot miss the Legendary Santa at the Children’s Museum of Richmond! Before children see and meet Santa, they get to explore the Holiday Village. Children then get to meet the Snow Queen before going to meet Santa. It is a magical treat that children will love! Check it out here: http://www.c-mor.org/full-menu/legendary-santa/
Whether you are new to the Richmond area or just looking for some holiday themed things to do, you are going to have numerous choices!