1. Williamsburg

Dive into the past as you tour Original 18th Century Buildings and explore the clothing and customs from this historic city.

2. Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery is the resting place for those who served the nation. 

3. Virginia Beach

Stroll the famous Virginia Beach Boardwalk as you watch for dolphins in the Atlantic Ocean

4. Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center

Discover Aircraft History in this annex of the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum

5. Mount Vernon Trail

This 18-mile trail winds along the Potomac from Mount Vernon to Theodore Roosevelt Island

6. Fredericksburg

The City of Fredericksburg was established in 1728 and has plenty of history to explore

7. Pentagon Memorial

Visit the memorial dedicated to the memory of those lives lost in the 9/11 pentagon attacks

8. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

A monument symbolically representing all the collective American soldier lives lost during war 

9. Museum of Fine Arts

Discover the enriching and diverse art on display from antiquity to present

10. Washington and Jefferson National Forests

The 1.8 million acres of forest in the Appalachian Mountains makes up one of the largest areas of Public land in the Eastern United States

11. Charlottesville

Charlottesville is home to many orchards and vineyards that you can explore in the gorgeous rolling hills

12. Virginia War Memorial

This Monument and Museum is dedicated to Virginians who served in the military from WWII through present

13. Washington D.C. Big Bus Tour

Experience the history of our great Nation's capital with the Big Bus Tour that makes stops at various famous landmarks

14. Shenandoah National Park

The famous Shenandoah Mountains are home to waterfalls, wildlife, and the scenic Skyline Drive

15. Norwegian Lady Statue

A monument to the Norwegian Ship "Dictator" that fatally wrecked in 1891

16. Stonewall Jackson Grave

The resting place of General Stonewall Jackson along with 144 confederate veterans

17. The Air Force District of Washington

AFDW reports directly to the Air Force and was created in 2004 in response to the Nation's 9/11 attacks

18. Holocaust Museum

A museum dedicated to preserving the history of the Holocaust to educate future generations

19. Virginia Beach Brewery Tour

Virginia Beach is home to many craft breweries inspired by the coastal life

20. Chesapeake City

Located on the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway with many distinct geographical features and historic communities 

21. Museum of the Confederacy

Dive into Civil War History in this museum's three floors of exhibits and artifacts

22. Newport News

There are numerous festivals, attractions, museums and outdoor activities in this coastal city

23. Mount Vernon Water Cruise

Enjoy all the scenery the Potomac River has to offer as you sail to the home of George Washington from Alexandria

24. Fort Monroe National Monument

Discover the story of America as you experience our history from the first settlers to the 21st century

25. Natural Bridge

This 215-foot tall natural limestone gorge bridges over Cedar Creek surrounded by hiking trails

26. Lone Sailor Statue

Residing in the home of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet along with 8 commemorative plaques dedicated to Norfolk-based ships and submarines that have met tragedy 

27. Frontier Culture Museum

This museum tells the tale of the pioneers that came to America from the 1600s-1700s and how they helped build America

28. Custom Wine Tours

Choose a wine excursion of the Monticello, Chesapeake, or Colonial Trail regions and select the vineyards to visit with James River Transportation

29. Hampton

A fascinating coastal city with many historic sites, attractions and activities

30. Chesapeake Arboretum

Visit "Nature's Classroom" in the heart of Chesapeake, home to a plethora of trees and plants

31. Craft Distillery Tours

There are Craft Distillery's sprinkled all over the state of Virginia for you to visit and tour

32. Busch Gardens

Voted the most Beautiful theme park in America, it hosts thrill rides, family attractions and shows as well as a water park

33.Virginia Aquarium and Science Centre

Discover all manner of sea life in the over 800,000 gallons the Virginia Aquarium has to offer

34. Hahn Horticulture Garden

Come behold the near six acres of garden displayed on the Virginia Tech campus

35. Military Aviation Museum

Come see first had one of the largest collections of military aircrafts from World War I and II

36. Walking Tour of Front Royal

The town of Front Royal hosts many Civil War historical sites, as well as the Shenandoah Caverns and the entrance to Skyline Drive and Shenandoah Valley

37. Stratford Hall Plantation

Come tour the home of four generations of the Lee family of Virginia, including Robert E. Lee

38. JFK Gravesite

Located in Arlington, the burial place of John F. and Jaqueline Kennedy is marked by a flame that never extinguishes

39. Edgar Allen Poe Museum

Visit the museum dedicated to the life and legacy of one of America's most famous authors

40. Norfolk Botanical Garden

Come explore the 175 acres and miles of paths filled with a multitude of plants and flowers 

41. Harrisonburg

Centered in the spectacular Shenandoah Valley, this small town boats the title of "The Friendly City"

42. Art District Food Tour

Every week, River City Tours takes foodies around Carrytown to sample the various savory and sweet creations of local restaurants 

43. US Marine Corps War Museum

A museum and Monument honoring all past, present and future United States Marines

44. Ghosts and Witches Tour

Embark on a walking tour in the dark of night to learn about the various hauntings and ghosts of Williamsburg, as well as the trials of suspected witches

45. Oatlands House and Gardens

Step into the past as you tour this historic National Landmark which was a plantation for wheat and grains in the 1800s

46. Yorktown Victory Monument

Standing at 98 feet tall, this monument commemorates the victorious end of the Revolutionary War

47. Virginia Living Museum

Discover all the diverse creatures that live in Virginia, from the Mountains, Rivers, swamps and out to the sea

48. Assateague Island

Kayaking, Bird Watching, and fishing are all possibilities on Assateague Island where wild horses roam the shores

49. Car and Carriage Museum

Located in Luray next to the caverns, come gaze at antique cars and coaches of the past 

50. Shenandoah Valley Museum

Explore the heritage of the Shenandoah Valley and discover the magic and splendor preserved by its people

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