Top 10 Things to do in Richmond Hill, United States

March 27, 2018 Stefan Strunk

Richmond Hill is a city in Bryan County, Georgia, United States. The population was 9,281 at the 2010 census, up from 6,959 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Restaurants in Richmond Hill

1. Fort McAllister State Park

3894 Fort McAllister Rd, Richmond Hill, GA 31324-4862 +1 912-727-2339
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4.5 based on 253 reviews

Fort McAllister State Park

Home of the best preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy, this coastal park offers a museum containing Civil War artifacts as well as camping and picnicking facilities.

Reviewed By Donna S - Dandridge, Tennessee

We were touring Davenport House in Savannah and the ladies at the gift shop recommended Ft. McAllister and said there was none other like it! We had to go! It is an earthworks fort and simply awesome. We found the site fascinating while learning so much history. The small museum you can visit as you pass through to get to fort
was small but tastefully done yet interested kids enough they were reading material located with pictures, audios, and displays.

2. Richmond Hill Historical Society Museum

11460 Ford Ave, Richmond Hill, GA 31324-4204 +1 912-756-3697
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4.5 based on 35 reviews

Richmond Hill Historical Society Museum

Reviewed By joe85148 - Newnan, Georgia

We went by this museum, set in a kindergarten building Henry Ford built, on a whim. The museum all by itself is fine, but a visitor will get so much more. The Docent has made this history his life's work and his passion shows. He and his wife have made many trips to Dearborn to acquire artifacts, and his knowledge of the area and the Ford family's philanthropy there ia amazing. Every single thing in the museum reminds him of another, and another interesting story. We were there for two hours! This is well worth your time, if you want a taste of old rural Georgia life

3. J.F. Gregory ark

520 Cedar St, Richmond Hill, GA 31324-5656 +1 912-756-3345
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5 based on 6 reviews

J.F. Gregory ark

Reviewed By DeeOkoro - Richmond Hill, Georgia

My family and I visit this park at least monthly. We love the trail, the "obstacles" along the trail, the playground, the pavilion, the fact there are clean bathrooms and a couple good tasting water fountains. There's plenty of room for the children to run around. Sometimes, there's a volleyball net. It's perfect for picnics. I've attended a body fit class there once. Be careful on the trails in June, there are "mutant deer-horse flies" everywhere that attaches to every part of your body. You can't get away from them. They don't respond to bug spray.

4. Fia Rua Irish Pub

10132 Ford Ave # B7, Richmond Hill, GA 31324-3936 +1 912-459-4160
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Fia Rua Irish Pub

Reviewed By CJIG106 - Richmond Hill, Georgia

Everything you would expect in an Irish pub. it's small and local but the beer is good, with an extensive selection of bottled and raft beers, scotch and other liquor. Fruit and cheese appetizer plate was enough for 2 - very tasty. Bar staff all personable. We enjoy visiting often.

5. Green Creek Trail

Richmond Hill, GA 31324
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Green Creek Trail

Reviewed By Sharon C - Weems, VA

After a long car ride our hotel recommended this trail and it was perfect. It's three miles circular along canals and grasslands. Paved but seems far away from civilization. Great way to spend an hour after a long day in the car.

6. Joberson's Day Spa

9390 Ford Ave, Suite 8, Richmond Hill, GA 31324-6421 +1 912-495-7270
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5 based on 2 reviews

Joberson's Day Spa

Come experience tranquility and relaxation with Joberson's Day Spa! We offer multiple services to ensure you have a custom experience. Services include Swedish massage, sugar scrubs, reflexology and more!

Reviewed By Cynthia V

I recommend this location to all whether it's for leisure or alternatives to medical treatments (for individuals such as myself who suffer from arthritis back and neck pain) massages are helpful . Therapists here are knowledgeable, friendly, & professional. The owner, Robert and staff were...MoreThank You for coming in, We are so happy to have you as a member!! See you next month.

7. Rainbow JumpNFun Play Center

82A Longwood Dr, Ga-144, Richmond Hill, GA 31324-6465 +1 800-259-7880
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Rainbow JumpNFun Play Center

Reviewed By brian0910 - Columbia, South Carolina

My kids found this place and they fell in love with it. It has an indoor and outdoor play area. Inside they have giant inflatables and slides. Outside they have trampolines, slides. playgrounds and swings for all ages. It is on old rubber tire so the surface is safe and soft on their little feet. Inside they have a indoor playground and slides and bounce houses. They offer party packages and rentals as well. It is a really fun place for the kids to go and enjoy. They never once charged us for adults only price we ever paid was for little kids who were going to be playing. Friendly staff and a really clean and safe play area for the family to enjoy. Check it out.

8. 77 Chi Massage

10275 Ford Ave, Ste B, Richmond Hill, GA 31324-3964 +1 912-445-0412
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5 based on 1 reviews

Here at 77 Chi Massage we specialize in massage therapy focusing on each individuals needs. Whether you have trouble areas or just looking for relaxation we will customize your sessions to achieve your goals.

Reviewed By Anna B - Gainesville, Florida

For Christmas, my husband gifted me with a 1-hour deep tissue massage at 77 Chi Massage. It was the perfect way to melt away all the stress and aches that come with the season. I was pleasantly surprised from the moment I walked through their door. Everything from the lighting and soft music, to the clean and minimalist decor of the waiting room instilled peace and tranquility. After completing a short questionnaire with health related information, I was guided to one of the rooms and given instructions on how to prep. for my session. I was asked if I had any problem spots or areas to avoid and checked if I had particular preferences. I just reached middle-age status and have acquired "battle scars" and extra curves that make me self conscious. I thought I might feel uncomfortable having a young and attractive man as my massage therapist. It turns out, I had nothing to worry about; Michael was extremely professional and personable and had me feeling at ease in no time. His talented hands worked away all that stress and dug into all those bunched up muscles that I had been carrying around for weeks. By the time I walked out the door, I felt as light as a feather... Best gift, ever!

9. Milan Day Spa of Richmond Hill

3766 US Highway 17, Suite 1C, Richmond Hill, GA 31324-8871 +1 912-445-2366
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Milan Day Spa of Richmond Hill

Reviewed By Charlie H - Savannah, Georgia

My wife and I recently went to Milan for a couples massage for our anniversary. The initial part of our experience was really a pain - we had to call countless time just to get someone to pick up the phone, we on two occasions were put on 10 minute holds, and finally when we get to the spa they initially tell us that they only have an appointment for one person when the name of the package we reserved and what was discussed during our phone appointment was a couples massage package. After checking their computer for a few minutes they then figure out they made an error and were ready to see us. If that hadn't happened we would have had to reschedule.

Once our appointment actually started the ladies that actually performed the massages did a great job. As part of our package we were also supposed to get champagne and I guess chocolate or fruit but that wasn't provided and I wasn't going to make a fuss about it.

To sum it all up, the massage was great, the venue is okay, the organization of the place was kinda poor. Based on that experience I'm leaning toward trying a different establishment in the future.

10. Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens

2 Canebrake Rd, Savannah, GA 31419-9298 +1 912-921-5460
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4 based on 67 reviews

Coastal <a href=Georgia Botanical Gardens">

A unit of University of Georgia Extension, CGBG is a historic property with trees and farm buildings dating to the 1920s, 30s and 40s, when "the Bamboo Farm" was an active USDA Plant Introduction Station. Today, new gardens and paths are being developed and installed. By increasing the plant diversity on the 51-acre property, CGBG aims to bring people in touch with the wonders and beauty of the plant world. Admission charge, free parking and amenities include a Gift Shop and two public restrooms on site. Among the gardens to enjoy include the Woodland Shade Garden, Whiet Garden, Water Garden, Garden for All Abilities, Orchid House, Mediterranean Garden, Rose Garden and Judge Arthur Solomon Camellia Trail. Numerous cold-hardy palms, bamboo species and camellia species are highlights in our botanical collection.

Reviewed By OBX717 - Newville, Pennsylvania

$ 5.00 ea admission fee. This place had its beginning in the 1880's when the property owner imported Japanese bamboo timber. Through conversation efforts in the 1900's the 46 acre farm was purchased and from 1909 thru 1945 the farm was leased for $1.00 a year to the USDA. Due to federal budget woes back in the 1950's the property was almost abandoned.

The University of GA bought the 53 acre site in 1983 with the goal of making it a plant and research center. By the 1990's there was a movement to make the site a public garden. By 2010 the master plan was well under way and in 2012 with another round of capital improvements the name changed to its current name.

The day we visited the site was hosting a conference for North American environmentalist on invasive plant and animal species.

The site is still a work in process but several areas are absolutely beautiful. We really enjoyed:
1. Woodland Shade Garden which wanders through pine trees and around the pond.
2. The Water Garden has a 9 foot tall waterfall (50,000 gallon) with a deep pool with beautiful flowering plants.
3. Glasshouse which housed numerous varieties of orchids.
4. Mediterranean Garden, the Jerusalem Thistle tree looked dead but once we were away from it we discovered the most beautiful yellow flower on it. This is now m favorite tree.
5. National Champion Lord's Holly Tree which was started from seed on 28 April 1934.
6. The tea garden where they have planted 700 young tea plants in a stylized mini plantation plot.

All in all we enjoyed our visit and would like to return in the future to see how things fill in.

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