East End RVA

Annual Events that Happen in this Area

  • The Hill Topper 5K
  • The Irish Festival
  • Hogtoberfest
  • RVA East End Festival: THE GIFT OF ARTS AND MUSIC
  • Annual Libby Hill Yard Sale

Living in the East End of Richmond guarantees a unique and historical residence chockful of parks, cemeteries, landmarks, hills and beautiful housing. Within the past 10 years this area of town has grown, progressed and become the hip place to live. One can live in the hotel-like lofts of Tobacco Row with its in-house amenities, reside in Richmond's oldest and most sought after neighborhood, Church Hill, or enjoy the residential, lofty perch of Montrose Heights. There's a lot of diversity in the East End. This neighborhood has been revitalized and is still transforming. Littered with cemeteries of yore, parks with beautiful overlooks of the city, and restaurants that put Richmond on the "foodie" map. It's hilly in topography which makes for a great walking/running/jogging/cycling workout! Great neighbors made up of young professionals, young families, and old Richmond denizens.

Notable Neighborhoods

  • Tobacco Row
  • Church Hill
  • Union Hill
  • Montrose Heights
  • Fulton Hill
  • Oakwood

Architecture

  • Condos/Lofts
  • Italianate
  • Queen Anne
  • Greek Revival/Rowhouses
  • Ranchers/Bungalows/ Cottages

Fab 5 Features

  • St. John's Church
  • Libby Hill/Jefferson Hill/Chimborazo Parks
  • Oakwood Cemetery
  • Rockett's Landing
  • Schindler Gallery

5 Experiences

  • Visit St. John's Church and watch the reenactment of Patrick Henry's speech
  • Go pickin' at Gallmeyer Farms
  • Visit the 17,000 buried Confederate soldiers at Oakwood Cemetery
  • Bring your dog to Chimborazo Dog Park
  • Visit the John Marshall House

5 and Dine

  • Dutch & Company
  • Roosevelt
  • Subrosa Bakery
  • Proper Pie
  • Union Market

5 and Firsty

  • Stone Brewery
  • Triple Crossing Brewery
  • Patrick Henry Bar & Grill
  • Roaring Pines
  • Conch Republic

What's Coming to the East End RVA