There are so many things to do in June.
The lavender is at it’s peak in mid June. Cost is $6/person with children 3 and under getting in free.
They are open from 9am-5pm Monday-Saturday.
Check out their website for tours an other things happening on the far.
The butterflies are flying about at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.
Cost is $13/adults, $8 Children ages 3-12, and free for ages under 3 and Garden Members.
They are open 9am-5pm daily. Butterfly release time is 10am and Saturdays 10am and 2pm.
Check out their website to see all the fun and adventurous things going on with Butterflies Live!
Do you remember Gumby, slinky, and spirograph? The Virginia Historical Society has toys from the 50s, 60s, and 70s on exhibit. Talk a walk down memory lane and hear about stories from the kids who played with them.
Cost is free for VHS members, $10/adults, and free for children under 18.
They are open from 10am-5pm.
Check out their website for more information, and more things you can discover there.
Did you know Richmond has a Shakespeare festival?
When I was in college in Southern Utah, my university hosted the Shakespeare festival each summer. It was a wonderful opportunity to experience so many enriching plays. Each night they even performed a Green Show before the main performance in a Globe Theatre replica.
Playing at Agecroft Hall Thursday-Sunday June 1-25 is Love’s Labour’s Lost and July 6-30 is Macbeth.
Check out their website for more info and to purchase tickets.
There’s so many things to choose from. Richmond Family Magazine online is a great resource to check out as well.
I wanted to highlight a few and hope you can find time to enjoy them. Leave a comment below if you do check them out and let me know how it was!