Current Tour Offerings

Uncivil Wards History Tour – Book NowLibby Prison

Join us on a tour as we travel though a section of old Richmond to visit the sites of several Civil War era hospitals and prisons (some still standing, others lost to the past), and share with you how they came to be, and what happened to those buildings during and after the war. Also learn about the overwhelming influx of soldiers and prisoners that found their way to Richmond during this tumultuous chapter of American history.
Tours start at the Libby Prison history marker at the corner of S. 20th & E. Cary Streets in Shockoe Bottom.
Adult Tickets: $15, Kids ages 6-12: $10, Kids 5 & under: Free

Rails & Sails History Tour – Book NowRailroad

This tour travels though Richmond’s oldest neighborhoods, highlighting the rail and water bound traffic that helped contribute to Richmond’s rise. Visit numerous infrastructure landmarks with us to learn the history of the sites, and hear the stories of some of the people who are tied to these places as well.
Tours start at Libby Hill Park at the corner of N. 29th & Libby Terrace in Church Hill.
Adult Tickets: $15, Kids ages 6-12: $10, Kids 5 & under: Free

Brewing in Richmond: Over 300 Years of Fermenting by the Falls of the James – Book Now

Join us as we share some Richmond brewing history over some modern RVA brews! Tickets include one drink per tour stop, some light bites at our first stop and gratuities.
Tour starts at Bingo Beer Company at 2900 West Broad Street in Scott’s Addition.
Adult Tickets (21+ only): $50

Benedict Arnold Raid

History Dinner: Revolutionaries in Richmond – Book Now

This is a special event to be held on Saturday, April 20, 2019. Also available as a private event. For private event inquiries, please contact us for minimum attendance requirements and availability. Come out for an evening of great food and tales of Richmond’s Revolutionary past, hosted by Patrick Henry’s Pub & Grille and Richmond Historic Haunts. Tickets include a fixe prix dinner, and stories about colorful cast of characters with ties to Richmond and the American Revolution.
Event at Patrick Henry’s Pub & Grille, corner of N. 23rd & E Broad Streets in Church Hill.

Private ToursMasonic Lodge

Rails & Sails and Uncivil Wards are available as private tours! Private tours are perfect for corporate groups, school groups, and anyone who is looking to get out and do something different with their friends. Drop us a note to check for availability, and don’t forget to ask us about group rate pricing. You can find more information on our FAQs page.

Private On-site Speaking Engagements – Contact Us

Let us come to you! We are available for on-site presentations for any of our material. Please contact us to discuss availability, pricing, and other details.