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Maury Place at Monument is the ideal lodging for visitors to the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens in Richmond Virginia. Lewis Ginter is one of Richmond's top attractions, offering spectacular gardens, two restaurants, special events, classes, and a stunning domed conservatory. The 50 acres of gardens are divided into 50 themed displays, including a Healing Garden, Sunken Garden, Rose Garden, a Lotus Bridge, a Victorian garden, and a Children's Garden. The 11,000 square foot conservatory, crowned by a 63 foot dome, features exotic plants, an orchid collection, and seasonal displays. The gardens are beautiful year round, and are open daily 9am - 5pm daily except for major holidays. Events at Lewis Ginter include Groovin' in the Garden concert series, Flowers After Five, and the spectacular GardenFest of Lights.

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Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens "Festival of Lights" January 2010

Maury Place at Monument is a luxury 4 room bed and breakfast located 4.4 miles from Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens. Maury Place guests are pampered with great amenities including complimentary breakfast, free off street parking, wi-fi internet, pool and hot tub, and complimentary Virginia wine. In addition to being convenient to Lewis Ginter, Maury Place at Monument is walking distance to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, many great restaurants, museums, and the Carytown shopping district.

Local Richmond Author Brian Burns' Lewis Ginter: Richmond's Gilded Age IconThe property of Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens was given to the city of Richmond by the family of Lewis Ginter, a prominent 19th century businessman and philanthropist. Ginter made a fortune in tobacco, served in the American Civil War, developed Richmond's Ginter Park Neighborhood, and brought the Union Presbyterian Seminary to the city. His residence, Ginter House, is part of the Monroe Park campus of the Virginia Commonwealth University. Lewis Ginter is buried in Richmond's Hollywood Cemetery. Local author and Maury Place friend Brian Burns has written a book detailing Ginter's remarkable life, "Lewis Ginter:Richmond's Gilded Age Icon", available in local bookstores.

 
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