Richmond, Virginia is filled with many historic sites that draw tourists in year after year. The most popular of these sights is the Civil War battle fields. The battle field sends tourists of the edge with its unique and haunting history of the event that took place many years ago. In Richmond, Virginia you will find a variety of restored homes and historic reenactments, for your pleasure and entertainment. The entertainment in Richmond, Virginia is never ending. If you enjoy theater, the town offers you "Shakespeare Festival" and "Broadway in Richmond" at the Landmark and Carpenter theater. If you are looking for other sources of entertainment in Richmond, Virginia there are dozens of art galleries, comedy clubs and film festivals for you and your family to indulge in. While touring Richmond, Virginia your trip is not complete without visiting Agecroft Hall, a 15th century Tudor-styled home, or the Confederate War Memorial chapel. In Richmond you are provided with the honor of entering the Edgar Allen Poe museum to explore some of Poe's deepest and darkest thoughts. There are a large variety of other museums in Richmond, Virginia including, the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens, Hanover Tavern, Chesterfield Museum complex, Virginia museum of fine arts, and last but not least, the Virginia Library which holds a copy of the Bill of Rights.