Church Hill is the first and oldest neighborhood in Richmond and a walk through the quaint brick and cobblestone streets certainly won’t disappoint. Near to Shockoe Bottom and the vibrant downtown area, Church Hill maintains its quiet and charming community on the hill while still being close enough to enjoy all that city life has to offer. Not to mention, it houses some great nationally-ranked restaurants as well.
- Historical landmarks
- Access to many parks and the river
- High walkability score
- Proximity to a lively dining and bar scene
Did you know?
Church Hill is home to both Chimborazo Park, once home to the largest American Civil War hospital, and St. John’s Episcopal Church, where Patrick Henry gave his famed “Give me liberty or give me death” speech.