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Private Jet and Charter Flights to the Richmond, VA, Area

Book a charter flight to Richmond, the state capital in eastern Virginia. Eleven area airports, including Richmond International (RIC), accommodate all types of private charter and jet aircraft.


The capital of the state for lovers is none other than Richmond, Virginia. Steeped in historical lore and cultural vibrancy, Richmond is not to be overlooked, which can be difficult when you are only two hours south from racing and bustling Washington D.C., but Richmond will surprise you.

Also known as the River City for its various rivers, including the sprawling James River, Richmond has seen its fair share of formative moments in United States history. The famous speech that would decide Virginia�s participation in the First Continental Congress-- �Give me liberty or give me death!� -- was delivered in St. John�s Church, and George Washington designed the James River and Kanawha canal for cargo transportation during the Revolutionary War. In the wake of Confederate alignment and capital occupancy in the Civil War, Richmond has since been planting its feet as an economic powerhouse focused on industry, small business, green space, culture, and reinvention.

Richmond at a Glance The time to travel to Richmond is now. The city is on the brink of a fiery, celebratory renaissance as it moves further and further away from its self-professed, infamous reputation as the Capital of the Confederacy. There is a tug-of-war between the past, the present, and the future that has created a city pushing for small business autonomy, cultural and musical expression, a quirky and delicious culinary scene, and some of the most beautiful surrounding nature in the state.

Richmond University and Virginia Commonwealth University boast hearty medical programs, while also focusing on the arts, so there is plenty of drawing in the city for those focused on medical innovation or on producing the next masterpiece. The low cost of living and a housing cost 15% below the national average have lured several residents keen on start-ups, small business development, and more.

Where is Richmond? Richmond is located smack-dab in the middle of Virginia. The city has a total area of 62 square miles and rests in the Piedmont region of Virginia, known for its low hills within the Tidewater region and the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is less than three hours from Washington, D.C., and less than two hours from Charlottesville and Norfolk, VA, so during your visit you can also treat yourself to an exhilarating day trip!

Due to its position and the fact it shares its boundaries with the James, Appomattox, and Chickahominy Rivers, Richmond is home to hot and humid summers and mildly cold winters. Surprise storms and floods have rocked the city over the centuries, but are extremely rare, with uniform precipitation throughout the year and moderate snowfall in the colder months. Raleigh�s place among these rivers and in the lap of the Blue Ridge Mountains also promises incredible hiking, kayaking, rafting, and camping opportunities for the adventurous.

Richmond Attractions

There is no shortage of things to do in Richmond! You can start in the Fan and Museum District at the free Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) or the Virginia Museum of History and Culture. Jackson Ward, once called the Harlem of the South, is the seat of strong African-American heritage and culture, and to this day is known for soul food favorite Mama J�s and Basque-inspired Restaurant Adarra.

The historic Byrd Theater is waiting for you in the off-beat Carytown, where movies are $2, and midnight movie showings can scratch any cult classic itch. And these are just a few of the boroughs bragging events, eateries, and historic destinations. The city is sprawling with surprises and events everyone can enjoy.

Things to See in Richmond

Meadow Farm Museum

Prince George Golf Club

King William Historical Museum

Queenfield Golf Club

Mayos Island

Glenwood Golf Club

Chandlers Island

Colonial Downs Racecourse

Sabot Island

United States Federal Reserve Money Museum

Richmond Childrens Museum

Siege Museum

Science Museum Of Virginia

Children'S Museum Of Richmond

Wilton House Museum

Farrar Island

Fort Lee Golf Course

Back Creek Island

Westwood Golf Course (Historical)

Virginia Museum

Allen E Roberts Masonic Museum

The National Museum Of The Civil War Soldier

Museum Of The Confederacy

Laurel Gold Golf Course

Providence Golf Club

Beth Ahabah Museum And Archives

Valentine Museum

Bermuda Golf Course

Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts

Chesterfield Historical Society Museum

Virginia Holocaust Museum

Mattaponi Indian Museum

Pocoshock Golf Course

Violet Bank Museum

Tuckahoe Island

Peavine Island

Crossings Golf Club

Rogers Stadium

Independence Golf Club

Country Club Of Petersburg Golf Course

Pocahontas State Park Museum

Hunting Hawk Golf Club

The First Tee Chesterfield Golf Course

Eppes Island

Chester Golf Course

Lake Chesdin Golf Club

Oasis Sports Park Golf Course

Virginia Aviation Museum

Hatcher Island

Golf Club At Brickshire

Lee Park Golf Course

Farmer Bank Museum

Chesterfield County Museum

Pamunkey Indian Museum

Old Dominion Railway Museum

Highland Springs Golf Course

Gilliams Island

Cardinal Golf Club

Quartermaster Museum

Places near Richmond

East Hampton
South Suffolk
Portsmouth Heights
Dale City
Lake Ridge
Linton Hall

Hotels in Richmond

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