Things To Do In Glen Allen

10 Boot Camp Classes from Vitality Power 4U (73% Off)

Vitality Power 4u

Crump Park

$200 $54

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Two Medium Buckets of Range Balls or a Round of Mini Golf for 2 or 4 at Hanover Sports Park (Up to 50% Off)

Hanover Sports Park

Glen Allen

$22 $11

18-hole miniature-golf course sits adjacent to a two-tiered driving range

Four-Hour, Multi-State Concealed-Handgun Class for One or Two at MMTA Firearms Training Academy (Up to 61% Off)

MMTA Firearms Training Academy

Multiple Locations

$190 $79

Interactive classroom training qualifies you to apply for a VA, PA or multi-state UT non-resident concealed-weapon permit good in 38+ states

$100 for a Membership with Eight Weeks of Classes for One Child at Richmond Olympiad Gymnastics ($200 Value)

Richmond Olympiad Gymnastics

Hanover County Facility

$200 $100

Classes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced gymnasts aged 1.5–18

$25 for Entry to the Harvest Wine Festival and VIP Tour for Two from James River Cellars ($50 Value)

James River Cellars

South Anna

$50 $25

On September 6, wine lovers sample vintages from four different wineries while enjoying live music and special seminars

One Adult Mud-Race Registration for Parent/Child Big Muddy Challenge on Saturday, August 2 (Up to 43% Off)

Big Muddy Challenge


$35 $20

Mud-race participants crawl under nets, wade through knee-high mud pits, and shimmy over bales of hay

Historic-Site Visit for Two or Four from Preservation Virginia (Up to 50% Off)

Preservation Virginia

Multiple Locations

$16 $8

Historic sites whisk visitors to the homes of patriots and politicians with architecture ranging from the 1609 to 1790

Ice Skating, Laser Tag, or Both for Two at SkateNation Plus (Up to 57% Off)

SkateNation Plus

Short Pump

$24 $12

Expansive family-fun facility with an NHL-size rink, laser-tag arena, and arcade games for all ages

$39 for Six Weeks of Martial Arts Classes and a Uniform from ($349 Value)

Multiple Locations

$349 $39

Expert instructors teach essential martial arts skills, as well as discipline and confidence

30 Days of Unlimited Classes at Master Cho's Tae Kwon Do & Martial Arts (Up to 89% Off)

Master Cho's Tae Kwon Do & Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

$199 $25

Black-belt instructors encourage students of all skill level through self-defense classes designed to build self confidence

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Heart of Virginia Wine Trail honors its home state by guiding guests through six wineries?James River Cellars, Cooper Vineyards, Lake Anna Winery, Weston Vineyards, Mattaponi Winery, and Grayhaven Winery. Although not included with this Groupon, the wine ambassadors proffer passports that award patrons tastings at each of the wineries and encourage them to enjoy the scenic countryside while navigating the path in between. Both regular tastings and special events typically include food pairings and a chance to talk to knowledgeable enophiles.

11008 Washington Hwy
Glen Allen,

From 17 rolling acres, 10 varieties of wine grapes are harvested at James River Cellars each year. Those grapes are transformed by resident winemakers into red and white varietals, ranging from the jammy chambourcin to the citrus-forward and floral gew?rztraminer. Visitors can cozy up in the homey tasting room, where they can sip samples of wine at one of the communal table. During warmer months, they can head out to the sun-dappled patio to enjoy the breeze with their drink or, if you're under 21, to hang out and smell the vines.

11008 Washington Hwy.
Glen Allen,

Aikido is an extremely effective form of self defense because its hand to hand technical roots are based on the sword cutting and pinning motions that are found in ken jujitsu and jujitsu arts respectively. Aikido students are trained to subdue an attacker by using locks, pins and/or throws.

405 England St

The proprietors of Hurley’s Tavern are committed to offering locally-sourced beer and wine, and fresh food in a relaxing environment. Designed by cofounder Janice Rossano, Hurley's menu is evenly split between food for meat lovers and vegetarians, so both groups, as the Richmond Times-Dispatch notes, "can nosh together in stomach-pleasing harmony."

The carnivore menu includes steak and cheese fries, breakfast nachos, homemade meatballs, and half-pound servings of boneless wings tossed in a choice of more than 10 sauces and dry rubs; herbivore options include garlic hummus, fried mashed potatoes, house-made black bean and rice patty wraps, and pita pizzas topped with house-made broccoli macaroni and cheese. Hurley's also caters to gluten-free and vegan diners with entrees such as burgers made with bean and rice patties. A variety of local craft beers on tap and Virginia wines help wash down meals, which unfold inside a dining room where nary a seat "doesn't have a view of a TV," the Richmond Times-Dispatch happily reports. Patrons can also entertain themselves in their back room Colonial Downs off-track betting parlor.

4028 Cox Rd
Glen Allen,

Bubbles rise toward the surface of their glasses in a frothy frenzy while all around them oenophiles swirl and sip Central Virginian varietals and Richmond-area restaurants fill the air with the smoky scents of grilled fare. At the second annual Flavor – Beer, Wine, & Food Festival, this fever dream takes shape as more than 40 brews from beer-makers large and small await their fans. While an international team of brewing all-stars such as Yuengling, Sierra Nevada, Sapporo, and Stella Artois flaunt their elixirs, solo operators from James River Homebrewers also appear, answering questions about DIY-distilling and keeping a crowd of drunken yeast under control.

Between sips, guests might stop by the stations of local restaurants including The Halligan Bar and Grill, O'Toole's Restaurant and Pub, and Keagan's Irish Pub and Restaurant. There, bar fare sizzles on grills, waiting to line stomach caverns so that tasters can keep sampling.

4901 Lake Brook Drive
Glen Allen,

Founded in 1889, Preservation Virginia is one of the oldest historic-preservation organizations in the country. Its dedicated team has worked on more than 200 historic places, including landscapes, structures, and archaeological sites. The organization provides visitors with a tangible example of life in the past at a number of historic homes from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, including Patrick Henry's and Chief Justice John Marshall's homes. Historic Jamestowne, the site of the first permanent British settlement in North America, recreates the landscape of the first meeting between the explorers and Native Americans. Due to the work of the organization, visitors still gaze upon a yeoman planter's cottage that dates back to 1740. Preservation Virginia also teaches aspiring laymen during conservation workshops, compiles lists of endangered historic sites, and spearheads tobacco-barn-protection efforts.

16120 Chiswell Ln.