Manchester is an exciting place to visit with unique things to do. See the interactive Visitor’s Guide below for a listing of the attractions Manchester has to offer. You can filter the attractions on the Visitor’s Guide to only see the categories you wish to explore.
This park is home to pathways and is popular for sightseeing. Visible from the island is Belle Isle, Manchester Bridge, and the ruins of the Richmond & Petersburg Railroad Bridge. The Rivanna Subdivision Trestle crosses the island, making it a popular destination for rail fans.
Coming Soon: Climax is a relaunch of an iconic Richmond beverage company that was lost to history in the late 1960s. Climax will relauch its carbonated sodas including its flagship pale dry ginger ale as well as a brewed alcoholic beverage line to include hard ginger beer, hard root beer, hard cider, and sparkling wine.
Slated to open in late 2018/early 2019, Dogtown Brewing will offer a multi-story beer hall with a full service restaurant. The first floor brewpub features live music, 20 different beers made on site, cans to go, a rooftop deck with views of downtown Richmond, and dim sum carts.
Providing exercise and yoga within a holistic philosophy. This kind of positive outlook on life creates a healthy atmosphere and allows the individual to appreciate themselves and learn how to create a healthier lifestyle.
Manastoh Brewing is a soon to open food forward brewery in the historic Bank of Commerce & Trusts building on Manchester's Hull Street. The Manastoh name pays homage to the original Native American name for Manchester.
Structure was built in 1913 and accommodated heavy streetcar traffic. It is Richmond's oldest highway bridge across the James River. The bridge's closeness to the river surface has made the sidewalks on either side of it popular fishing locations.
Coming soon to Manchester, The Butterbean will be a casual neighborhood hangout offering craft beer, wine, & kombucha on tap, coffee/espresso, and delicious soups, salads, and sandwiches-all made from scratch. The Butterbean will also offer grocery staples as a specialty urban market.