Nestled between The Fan and Richmond's West End:
The Museum District


Every day can be extraordinary in the Museum District. Just step outside and you are amid friendly neighbors, fine arts and culture, fabulous restaurants and unique shopping. In addition to the amenities along your own sidewalks, you are within walking distance to banks, Steward Station Post Office, Belmont Library, a variety of grocery stores and Carytown. Our community is steeped in history and culture through its many museums. Students attend some of Richmond City’s best public schools, and we are home to two of Richmond’s long-standing and esteemed parochial schools; St. Benedict and St. Gertrude.

The Museum District Association is particularly active, hosting an array of civic events throughout the year such as town hall meetings, clean-up days, block parties and The Mother's Day Home & Garden Tour. Like the many styles of homes in the Museum District, there is a plethora of diversity among its residents as well. With its walkability, diversity, community spirit and great homes, it stands to reason why the Museum District is an amazing place to live. 


Getting around Richmond


In Richmond's Museum District, we believe a true community shouldn't be gated or fenced in – it should seamlessly meld into its surroundings. That's why we chose the Museum District for our neighborhood. The Museum District is an eminently walkable neighborhood with wonderful homes, diverse architecture, great restaurants, and world class museums! We are also home to Albert Hill Middle School, rated one of the best in the City.

Richmond continues to receive national accolades and earns a spot on top-ten lists for many reasons. The City is actually growing by eight residents a day. The Museum District is considered one of the top three neighborhoods in which to live due to its architecture, atmosphere, and mix of housing, retail, and restaurants.

Click the red balloon on the map below for a detailed outline of the Museum District!