Historic Mankin Mansion Bed and Breakfast

Address: 4300 Oakleys Lane, Richmond, Virginia, 23223, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 4300 Oakleys Lane, Richmond, is near George Wythe House, St. John's Episcopal Church, Virginia Aviation Museum, and Richmond National Battlefield Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Richmond

      Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to Richmond, Virginia

      A travel blog entry by kennedyby4 on Jan 05, 2015

      2 comments, 9 photos

      From Gettysburg to Richmond on a Civil War Day. Peter is an avid reader of Civil War history and his interest has rubbed of on all of us. On to Sharpsburg/Antietam Creek Battlefield. We visited the sunken road and Burnside's Bridge. A very peaceful, much more contained area than Gettysburg and yet the more casualties were suffered here in one day than any other military day with some 23,000 ...

      It's a 6 State Day!

      A travel blog entry by journeyer on Oct 29, 2014

      29 photos

      ... the side of the highway near a lake -
      It seems we've become the snow birds making our way south! Lunch at Fast Eddie's – their tag line is "when you want good food fast". We shared a BBQ beef sandwich with fries – tasty and fast. True ...

      Richmond - Capital of the Confederacy

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 23, 2014

      109 photos

      ... during the Civil War; the so-called Lee House is where Lee lived for a while in the years after the Confederate surrender; the White House of the Confederacy (now part of the Museum of the Confederacy) is where Jefferson Davis lived while serving as president of the breakaway nation.

      Saint John’s Episcopal Church is where the second Virginia Convention met in 1775 and Patrick Henry made his famous "Give me Liberty or give me Death!” speech. I prefer to call ...

      Family, Zombies, and Historic Richmond!

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... speech in 1775 at St. John's Church, and the passage of the Virginia Statue for Religious Freedom written by Thomas Jefferson. And, of course, it served as the capital of the Confederate States of America, during the civil war.

      Richmond Fun Fact: Since 2005 Richmond and the area of Carytown hosts an annual Zombie Walk! Hey,what more could visitors want!

      So with plenty to do and see, we enjoy the historic James river canal walk, see ...

      Richmond (Virginia)

      A travel blog entry by welltravelled67 on Dec 03, 2013

      13 photos

      ... who have become our life long friends. The relationships and connections that we made there changed us forever. Everyday we are thankful to have such beautiful people in our lives. It has been ten years since we last saw the Taylor's. We arrived wondering how and if our friendship would have changed. The kids were so young when we last saw them, our memories of little five and six year olds or eight and nine year olds were going to ...