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#1 of 20 things to do in Midlothian
we came here for the first time and I was very delighted it has history and you can make it very education for your children.
Leaves were falling, lotta families and small kids out and about, plenty of parking, nice paved trails, a BEAUtiful day in a BEAUtiful park.
#2 of 20 things to do in Midlothian
Beautiful vistas, nice setting, benches for us to watch children on floats/tubes, canoes, and kayaking.
Good place for a family picnic.
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Richmond 12.8 mi away
#3 of 193 things to do in Richmond
The sprawling 50 acres is lush and verdant as you’d expect, with lovely winding paths to wander, walkways over bridges to tiny islands, a healing garden, fountains, a wonderful treehouse for kids (and adults, too)...
The Lewis Ginter botanical gardens was a day of fun! Beautiful exhibits, well-maintained landscapes, and fabulous play areas for children.
Maymont Richmond 9.7 mi away
#2 of 193 things to do in Richmond
... along and you'll catch a glimpse of black bears, eagles, deer, and buffalo in the wildlife exhibit, kids will love the exhibit that contains various farm animals, poke about the museum quality nature center wi...
With it's beautiful manicured gardens, secret passageways, waterfalls, and spacious parks, this is a child adventurers dream!
Pocahontas State Park Chesterfield 9.1 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Chesterfield
... the pool, picnicking, fishing, organized children's activities, summer concerts, camping (tent, trailer and motor-home with hookups), guided nature walks, paddle boating, organized family events, to name a few.
The park and campground is very well kept, clean and has many amenities that the family or those with kids will enjoy (trails, fishing, paddle boats, pool area).
Science Museum of Virginia Richmond 10.9 mi away
#19 of 193 things to do in Richmond
Kids to adults all enjoyed Basic science, physics, biology, nature Lots of hands on exhibits and individual skill activities There is a room with live animals There are live demonstrations (we saw the basketball p...
The exhibits are well planned, well designed, educational, interesting and just plain fun; many of them are interactive, which the children especially liked!
Short Pump Mall Richmond 10.7 mi away
#15 of 193 things to do in Richmond
Has a great area for kids as well!
It has walkways, fountains, and a running train for children to ride through the courtyard for a fee.
Belle Isle Richmond 11.2 mi away
#23 of 193 things to do in Richmond
Great place for an easy family hike!
There are trails to walk and rocks to explore which are great for kids.
James River Richmond 10.8 mi away
#13 of 193 things to do in Richmond
The waterfront teems with all sorts of people enjoying everything from picnics to performances, kayakers run the rapids, children run and play while couples stroll together, yet it seems like a calming oasis just...
From being a teenager rafting on the River to having kids and grandkids and taking them down to play on the Rocks and have adventurous walks at the Pony Pasture...this is one of my all time favorite spots in Richm...
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Virginia Capital Trail Richmond 12.7 mi away
#9 of 193 things to do in Richmond
This is a perfect trail for families and competitive cyclists alike.
We've ridden this with our kids (ages 9 and up) starting from Four Mile Creek Park and it's a great ride for them.
Carytown Richmond 9.9 mi away
#17 of 193 things to do in Richmond
A mecca of quaint adorable (primarily local) shopping.. Arts and crafts, maternity, kids books, toys, clothing, CHOCOLATE, record albums, kitchen, ten thousand villages, among the many little shops you'll encounter.
Clover is suited for younger children and babies, Ashby & Clementine are suited for teens and adults -Lulu's - cute watches and bags as well as cute stationary -Orange - lots of super cute Richmond themed gifts an...
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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Richmond 10.3 mi away
#1 of 193 things to do in Richmond
Couples, teens, children, and dogs played, walked and sat on the hillside or at benches on the lawn among a variety of large sculptures and several huge, majestic Willow Oaks and other trees.
The constantly updated permanent and rotating collections are housed in a visitor friendly ( and very child-friendly) airy modern space surrounded by an artfully designed expansive outdoor garden-like setting.
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Monument Avenue Richmond 10.4 mi away
#12 of 193 things to do in Richmond
A son of the south who, as a child, walked to school past the Confederate Home in Austin, TX monument Ave made perfect sense and is somewhat comforting.
For history buffs, it is an absolute must, but unless you have small kids who just want to see an amusement park or the play area of a fast food restaurant, it would be a good addition to the tour for most anyone.
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Children's Museum of Richmond Richmond 10.9 mi away
#51 of 193 things to do in Richmond
My daughter loved it when she was 2 and still loves it at 5! I love the central location so many hands-on interactive activities that keep my high energy child engaged!!
Lots of fun to see kids dress in costumes and sing their versions of twinkle, twinkle little star to appreciative audiences or see children cooperate in serving "pizza" at the diner.
Tredegar Iron Works Richmond 11.5 mi away
#18 of 193 things to do in Richmond
Very children friendly--the museum offers a very balanced look at the Civil War in an old foundry where cannon were made during the Civil War.
We comfort here from time to time usually bringing friends or family who visit from out of town that are interested in Civil War period history.
Virginia Capitol Building Richmond 12.1 mi away
#7 of 193 things to do in Richmond
She was able to communicate a great deal of information in a friendly and welcoming style encouraging the children, and adults, to ask questions and become engaged in her presentation.
While growing up you learn about American History, You keep hearing stories and as a kid, its just that.. just stories, but here I am as an adult, realizing this is where it all went down..
Library of Virginia Richmond 12.2 mi away
#26 of 193 things to do in Richmond
Today's digital world provides so much information at your fingertips, and ancient family history research time is significantly reduced here with the various tools within the Library of Virginia's Website.
Family friendly, with affordable snack bar and excellent gift shop on site.
#45 of 193 things to do in Richmond
Many people come with their families and it can get crowded, but there are plenty of small trails leading to rocks where you can plant yourself and enjoy the river.
Free family fun!
Metro Richmond Zoo Moseley 10.5 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Moseley
Great family fun!
The older kids can zip line and the younger ones can walk around and feed most of the animals.