Come and join us!

Centrally located on the East Coast, the Richmond region is easily accessible for travelers.

If you are interested in a tour to Richmond for the final weekend of the Menuhin Competition please visit Maestro Travel!

Take to the Sky

Richmond International Airport is just minutes from downtown. Seven major airlines – Allegiant, American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, and United - offer nonstop flights to major domestic destinations and connections options to points around the world. For more information, visit flyrichmond.com.

Ride the Rails

Amtrak passenger trains stop at three metro region stations. Rail service is located just minutes from Interstates 95 and 64 at 7519 Staples Mill Road, and downtown at Main Street Station, 1500 E. Main Street. Amtrak also has a station in Ashland at 112 N. Railroad Ave. Stations are wheelchair accessible and baggage service is available. For more information about Amtrak service in the Richmond region, visit amtrak.com/virginia

Cruise by Car or Catch the Bus

Within half a day’s drive of half the population of the United States, getting to Richmond by car or bus is easy. The parking is plentiful and major highways like I-95, north and south, and I-64, east and west, connect the Richmond region from one end to the other and to points beyond! There are multiple vehicle rental agencies throughout the metro area, including nine at Richmond International Airport. Greyhound buses are also available and Megabus drops off across from Main Street Station from points north and south.