History, fun and culture await, just a short drive down I-64! Richmond, once the capital of the Confederacy, offers beautiful architecture and storied landmarks. Check out Capitol Square, where Virginia’s State Assembly meets, and peruse the statues and busts of George Washington and other Virginia-born presidents. Travel to St. John’s Episcopal Church, made famous by Patrick Henry’s declaration: “Give me liberty, or give me death!” If you’re looking for family fun, Metro Richmond Zoo cares for more than 1500 animals, 148 of which are endangered species. The city is also home to a number of theatres, ballets, museums and galleries, making it a virtual playground for visitors who favor visual arts. In the evening, stroll through the Historic District until reaching the Grace Manor Inn, a welcoming bed and breakfast with period furnishings, gourmet breakfasts and a brand new pool. Click here for a list of things to do in Richmond, and click here to book your stay at Grace Manor Inn.