10091 Jeb Stuart Pkwy, Glen Allen, VA 23060 (844) 462-7342
Just 8 minutes away enjoy comfortable seating and an array of concessions at Regal Cinemas Virginia Center. The theater shows the latest movies. And with several theaters including those showing IMAX and 3D films, there are many movies to choose from.
2880 Mountain Rd, Glen Allen, VA 23060
Just a 2 minute walk from the Virginia Cliffe Inn. A multipurpose community arts facility, The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen hosts a variety of exhibits throughout the year. The center also offers classes in various kinds of visual art. Discover creativity or join in one of their upcoming events.
11008 Washington Hwy, Glen Allen, VA 23059
Just a 10 minute drive. The family owned and operated James River Cellars Winery offers numerous tastings throughout the day. Even in the winter the winery is open seven days a week to allow guests a convenient time to sample some of their wines. With wine tastings an even music on Friday evenings.
10087 Brook Rd, Glen Allen, VA 23059
Only 9 minutes away, previously know “Jumpology” DEFY Richmond is Virginia’s most extreme trampoline park. Explore the Wall Tramp, High End Airtrack, Ninja Course, Stunt Fall, Trapeze, and Aerial Skills. offers DEFY offers over 8,000 square feet of connected, world-class trampolines. Their trampoline field features over 50 trampolines, the famous angled wall trampolines, a pit of multicolored foam blocks and basketball and dodgeball areas.
3400 Mountain Rd, Glen Allen, VA 23060
1.1 miles away is a historic farm and estate in Henrico County, Virginia. It is best known for its role in Gabriel’s Revolution. The main farmhouse was built in the early nineteenth century and is a well preserved example of small Virginia farms of the time. The museum and surrounding area contain play equipment, fishing, a nature trail, and picnic areas.
1800 Lakeside Ave, Henrico, VA 23228
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is a 50 acres, botanical garden in Henrico County, just outside of Richmond, Virginia. It features over a dozen themed gardens, a conservatory, library, and café. Regular daily admission is $17 for adults, $14 for seniors, $8 for children, under age 3 are free. Visitors can learn about new plants, relax in the setting, go for a walk, or take gardening classes.
11300 Winfrey Rd, Glen Allen, VA 23059
Glen Allen Greenhouse (formerly Lavender Fields Herb Farm) is an herb and plant farm that is home to USDA certified vegetables plants, herbs, and organic gardening supplies. The farm also provides organic plant potting mixes as well as mushroom composts. You can always find something special at their store.
400 Sausiluta Dr, Richmond, VA 23227
13 minutes away, Three Lakes Park & Nature Center brings together the three worlds of air, water, and land for visitors to explore. The Nature Center is a 6,500 square foot facility featuring a variety of exhibits designed to provide hands-on experiences. The 50,000 gallon aquarium also gives visitors a “fish-eye” view of the underwater world.
The exhibits in the Nature Center will introduce visitors to the plant and animal life native to the area and wildlife living in the wetlands and woodlands of the park. By providing an assortment of live exhibits, dioramas, and interactive displays, the Nature Center offers something for every field of natural interest and is appropriate for all ages.
Programs and tours are held throughout the year at Three Lakes Park & Nature Center.
1700 Hampton St, Richmond, VA 23220
A little further, just 21 minutes away, Maymont is a 100-acre historic estate and park, located in Richmond, Virginia, with many unique experiences for all to enjoy. Stroll through the gardens and arboretum, see native wildlife habitats, feed friendly goats, explore The Robins Nature Center and visit the Mansion.
10. Carytown RVA
Approximately 20 minutes away, close to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts & the Virginia Museum of History & Culture. Colorful Carytown is a bohemian district centered around a stretch of West Cary Street, with indie boutiques, record stores, and vintage emporiums. Quirky murals brighten alleyways and buildings housing cool cafes, bakeries, and health-conscious lunch spots, while evening crowds fill farm-to-table restaurants and craft cocktail bars. Operating since 1928, the Byrd Theater screens movies in opulent surroundings.