The Valentine hosting Scott’s Addition Walking Tour this Sunday

Those interested in attending should meet at the intersection of Boulevard and Norfolk Street at 2:00 PM.

From the Valentine Richmond History Center:

Named for General Winfield Scott, this early 20th century commercial and industrial area contains what is perhaps Richmond’s best selection of Art Deco and Moderne commercial architecture. Once the home of the Richmond City Stables and the Moore’s Field baseball stadium, the area today is renewing itself as a business, residential and entertainment district. Meet at the southwest corner of Boulevard and Norfolk Street at 2:00 PM.

$15 per person
$5 for Valentine Members
Walk-ups welcome
Cash or check, or purchase online
Park on-street

This tour is presented as part of the Richmond History Tours program, a service of the Valentine. We offer a full schedule of walking and bus tours of city neighborhoods, waterways, parks, retail districts, historic sites and battlefields.  Led by a trained master guide, a Richmond History Tour is the best way to experience the city’s rich past, present and future.

Learn more and purchase tickets online here.

RVANews file photo/Trevor Dickerson

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Trevor Dickerson

Trevor Dickerson loves all things Richmond and manages RVANews’ West of the Boulevard and West End community sites.

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