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|Some of you may have seen the news stories we have posted on the frontpage and news page of CWi. But what really struck me were the final two sentences of the story...
The panel also is recommending that the museum explore forming a partnership with the state's departments of tourism and historic resources to help promote it and with other Virginia historical groups and museums.
Several suggested that the state create a visitors center in Richmond that would direct tourists to museums and historic sites.
OK...am I only only one shocked that these two things aren't in place already?! Can it be true that a city with Richmond's rich history doesn't have a Visitor's Center? Can anyone more familiar with the city confirm this?