100 Best Places to Live in America

Richmond,VA is ranked #24 out of 100 places in America. You can read the full ranking here. More than 7 million tourists visit Richmond every year, to explore this historical city, with it’s beautiful architecture. It is also the only city in this region, with whitewater rapids flowing through its downtown district. The town is also known for its financial center. It is home to banks like Capital One Financial and Sun Trust. There are plenty opportunities of houseliving. Richmond is a below – average cost of living city. The metro covers also the suburban areas like Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico. When you look at the demographics, it has a wide range from young to retirees.

Who lives in Richmond,VA ?

The median age is 38 years. The population is almost split between men and women. The region tend to be even more younger from September to May, when the city is full of college students. When we look at statistics one third of Richmond resident hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.

Things you must see

  1. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

    4 miles west of downton Richmond, this awesome museum is located. It opens the gates at 10 am. every day.  Usually the admission is always free, but at special events it might cost something. More info about the VMFA here.

  2. Virginia State Capitol

    Visitors recently said, that there were heavily surprised by how fascinating and interesting a visit to this place have been. The architecture stands out and the knowledgeable guides invite tourists to a free tour. It is open from Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm. It is the seat of government for Virginia. You can find more information here.

  3. Kings Dominion

    After your historical sessions in Richmond and all the beautiful architecture, you can take a 25 miles trip to Kings Dominion. This theme park is known for its manageable size and family friendly attractions. More information about this action park here.

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