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In the Beginning ... Virginia Tour
Elegba Folklore Society presents this interpretive tour of unmarked sites in Richmond's history. Elegba may well be the ultimate Afrocentric Richmond cultural event. With all of their festival and community contacts, if they don’t know where it is, you won’t be able to find it. Tourists board a bus to visit sites where monuments do not exist. These sites tell the other story not listed in common history books. Tour leader techniques include call-and-response, vocal and instrumental music, narrative presentations and dialogue. Participants can immerse themselves in past occurrences that impact our perspectives today
ADDRESS: 101 East Broad Street
PHONE: 804-644-3900


Metro Richmond Visitor Centers
The centers also sell tour tickets, specialty gift items, Virginia products and souvenirs
ADDRESS: 403 North 3rd Street
PHONE: 804-783-7450





Kanawha Canal Cruise, Richmond

credit Richmond CVA


Venture Richmond
Enjoy 35-minute historically narrated tours or private charters of the James River & Kanawha Canal along the historic Canal Walk in covered boats holding up to 38 passengers; boats departs on the hour from the Turning Basin
ADDRESS: 14th and Dock Streets downtown
PHONE: 804-649-2800



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