It's right in the heart of downtown Richmond and dwarfed by the modern buildings, but it offers a surprisingly accessible glimpse into one of the defining founders of our nation, Supreme Court justice John Marshall, who presided over the trial of Aaron Burr. It'll make some of the history you read in school come to life and offer you insight into many oft-forgotten episodes at the beginning of our nation. It's relatively economical for a tour and the offer military, AAA, and student discounts, so you can broaden your horizons for around $6 or $7 a person. It'll only take you an hour or so to see everything and is well worth the side trip into downtown.
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