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Virginia State University Hotel & Travel Guide

Experience a history lesson on top of some sightseeing while exploring Virginia State University.

Adventurers who'd like to see it will have to head to the capital of the state, Richmond.

Finding a hotel within close reach shouldn't be too difficult, with 2 options to consider. You might like to think about spending a couple of nights at the Knights Inn Petersburg and Travel Inn Petersburg Fort Lee, both within 2 miles (3 kilometers) of Virginia State University.

You will find a couple of inexpensive solutions a short drive away. The Candlewood Suites Colonial Heights Fort Lee and the Sleep Inn & Suites At Fort Lee are worth a shot.

You'll be able to keep your energy levels up with some tasty food, refreshing drinks or a coffee or two at Jones Dining Hall (Lee Street, Petersburg). To find a meal that is guaranteed to quell a healthy appetite, head to Chick-fil-A (1 Hayden Street, Petersburg), which is 0.1 miles (0.2 kilometers) away.

Other Things to Do Near Virginia State University

After finishing up at Virginia State University, there are an assortment of other things that'll keep you inspired:

  • Browsing at MastRpieces Unlimited is a popular way to find that special something.
  • You'll try to imagine life many years ago while you're on a guided tour of the historic house, Violet Bank Museum.
  • Be entertained by the gifted actors who give it their all at Sycamore Rouge Theatre and admire the hard work which is put into these productions.
  • Check for guided tours and learn from the exhibits at Siege Museum.
  • Perhaps not the most popular or well-known museum, Pocahontas Island Black History Museum could still be worth an afternoon visit if you have a passion for learning.

If you're looking for a convenient way to visit Virginia State University, jump on the train until you reach Petersburg, the station that's only 0.6 miles (1.0 kilometer) from your destination.

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