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Libby Hill Park, created in 1851, is at the heart of the Libby Hill neighborhood in the Church Hill District in Richmond. The neighborhood, named for Luther Libby who built his home on the corner of Main and 29th Streets in Richmond, is also the...More
Libby Hill Park is such a special spot, I am jealous of the residents who get to live here and visit whenever they want to. A nice place to gather friends or family or both and relax and take in the beautiful view. I especially...More
This is a very small park but worth a visit as it sits high on a hill overlooking the downtown area of Richmond and the river. Parking was easy, and there's plenty of benches to sit on while you take in the view. We had...More
After Richmond on the Thames in London! The park is small but the view is amazing. Byrd stood on top of the hill and noticed how much the bend in the River reminded him of home on the Thames in London, hence why we are...More
The park is on the small size, located on the south side of Richmond, with curved parking, no charge. As other reviewers have mentioned this is an older section of Richmond. Being on the high ground a great view of the James River bend to...More
A very pretty neighborhood with an excellent view. There is ample street parking at the top of the hill. The park is not very large, yet you do get a wonderful view of the James River as well as downtown Richmond.