Posts Tagged ‘Fan District’

Special Valentine Getaway

Friday, January 28th, 2011

Make 2011 a special Valentines Day to getaway from everyday cares, to reconnect with  your loved one, to celebrate a special occasion, or – perhaps – to propose in a very romantic way!

Capture a special weekend at the William Miller House Bed and Breakfast

Book one of our rooms for the Friday and Saturday before Valentines Day (Feb 11 and 12) and we’ll supply a bottle of Barboursville Vineyards Sparkling Brut, two flutes to take home with you, and a box of Gearhart’s Fine Chocolates! Just mention “Lover’s Deal” when you make your reservation on line or by phone at (804) 254-2928.

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Fan District Holiday House Tour December 11 and 12

Sunday, December 5th, 2010

Richmond’s Fan District is hosting its annual Holiday House Tour on December 11 and 12. During this 48th tour, eight homes near Meadow Park will be open both Saturday and Sunday from 1 PM to 5 PM.

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Antiques and More Moves to Binford

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Antiques and More on Main is CANCELLED

Late breaking news for this weekend and beyond for all you vintage shoppers out there!  Saturdays (weather permitting of course) between 9 AM and 3 PM, Antiques and More on Main can be found at Allen and Vine, Binford Middle School parking lot!  You’ll find the entrance to the lot on Allen Avenue, between Main and Floyd.

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Behind the Scenes at Faberge

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

It’s your chance to get details and never before heard stories of the famous Faberge workshops from the great granddaughter of Peter Carl Faberge, Tatiana Faberge.  On September 10, between 6 PM and 8 PM, (more…)

Adventure in Richmond’s Fan and Museum Districts

Saturday, April 10th, 2010

Our Richmond bed and breakfast is in the middle of it all – mysterious maps, cryptic clues and hidden treasures!  The Fourth Annual Great Richmond Region Adventure on April 24 to celebrate National Tourism Week is brought to residents and visitors alike by the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau and Ravenchase Adventures. Teams of up to 6 people can register for this challenging foot race through the Museum District and the Fan District using an adventure map and clues to decipher puzzles and crack codes to beat your opponents and take home a $1,700 prize. Race time is from 10 AM to 1 PM, with an after party and awards event between 1PM and 2PM. Registration is $35 a person.  It’s a fun and challenging way to spend a Saturday in April! The actual start location and logistical information is secret until you register for this Richmond version of a combination of The Amazing Race, National Treasure, and The Da Vinci Code.

And, to make sure you’ve had breakfast before the competition, stay at our Richmond lodging the night before, and you’ll be treated to a hearty, gourmet breakfast – that’s to die for!  Better yet stay Friday and Saturday nights, make it a unique weekend to remember!