Fans gearing up for the start of Redskins training camp
Richmond, Va. – Redskins training camp begins at the team’s new facility in Richmond on Thursday.
Fans can attend any of the practices for free at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center. Visitors will be able to walk around designated areas outside the practice fields to watch their favorite players.
At the DMV just across the street from Redskins Training Center, there’s plenty of parking, but don’t expect to park there unless you’re a customer or employee.
As a precaution, the DMV is canceling all road tests the three weeks of training camp.
At the Science Museum of Virginia and the Children’s Museum, 400 parking spaces will be available to the general public; however, parking is only free for museum goers.
Parking will cost 10 dollars at the museum
For $5 to $7, fans can take advantage of one of several parking lots available.
More spaces will be available on Fan Appreciation Day where as many as 25,000 people are expected.
NewsChannel 3 will be live from Richmond for the first few days of camp.
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