With more than 400 years of American heritage, the Historic Richmond Region is easy to love. Tour the site of many of the nation’s most significant moments in history. Patrick Henry’s famous “Give me liberty or give me death” speech. The former capital of the Confederacy.
The first American hospital and U.S. canal system. America’s first African-American governor. All of these spectacular milestones took place in Richmond, lending to the Region’s highly distinguished historical profile.
But the full breadth of Richmond tourism extends far beyond historic sites and illustrious figures from the past. Today, the Region sets a modern precedent by blending upscale shopping, fabulous restaurants, world-renowned museums and action-packed fun for all ages. More than five million visitors come to the Region each year.
For more information on the Liberty Homes Neighborhoods in the Richmond area (separated by county), click on the subdivision name below.
Charlottesville is centrally located in the eastern foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Central Virginia region. Charlottesville’s rich cultural, natural, and artistic history is showcased in a selection of first-rate museums, galleries, wineries, shops, and parks dispersed throughout the area.
This area boasts spectacular scenery. The many rivers and lakes provide the perfect setting for aquatic pursuits, such as sailing, swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing and tubing. The many beautiful parks offer wonderful settings for sports, picnics, relaxation, and adventure.
Many historic attractions bring visitors to the Charlottesville Area, such as Monticello, the Grounds of the University of Virginia, Ash Lawn-Highland, Historic Court Square and Michie Tavern, ca. 1784. Each has played a unique role in the history of the nation, and their tours, special events, and educational programs ensure that the spirits of the past remains vibrant today.
For information on all of the Liberty Homes Neighborhoods in the Charlottesville area, click on the subdivision name below or from the rotating photos on the bottom left of this page.