51. Armed Forces Memorial

This memorial commemorates all the soldiers carried off to war, from the Revolutionary War through the Gulf War, with bronze war letters

52. Great Falls Park

Feel the mist of the Potomac River as you stroll along the water's edge, watching as it cascades over the jagged rocks in the Mather Gorge

53. Naval Aviation Museum

Planes from World War I and II are displayed in beautiful restored condition

54. Signature Theatre

Come see a musical or play at this Tony Award winning theatre in Arlington 

55. Monticello

Tour the beautiful estate and gardens of the nation's 3rd President: Thomas Jefferson

56. Hollywood Cemetery

Walk or Drive through this Richmond gem, featuring the burial site of President Monroe and President Tyler

57. Mill Mountain Star and Park

Home to a Discovery Center and Zoo, come explore the trails, overlooks, playgrounds and gardens

58. Old City Cemetery

Visit this historic cemetery in Lynchburg where there is a museum and guided tours. 

59. Barter Theatre

Barter Theatre opened in 1933 and is the longest running professional theatre in the country.

60. Water Country USA

Come for splashes and family fun to the largest waterpark in the state!

61. City of Richmond

Richmond is filled with many historic treasures for you to explore, along with a canal walk, museums, trails, a suspension bridge, Brown's Island and Belle Island, there is so much to discover!

62. Wolf Trap National Park

The only national park with multiple amphitheaters dedicated to the performing arts; located in Vienna

63. Roanoke

Come see the Colonial influence and Railroad history displayed in the quaint town of Roanoke

64. Winchester

This Northern Virginia city has historical roots in the Revolutionary and Civil War 

65. Kings Dominion

Come for fun and thrills to Kings Dominion Amusement Park, just 20 miles from Richmond

66. Bus tour of DC/ Cruise of Potomac

Double up the sightseeing with a 6 hour tour that starts as a bus tour throughout the Nation's Capitol, and finishes on a cruise on the Potomac

67. Fort Chiswell Animal Park

A Petting Zoo, Safari Ride and animals from all over the globe reside in this 45 acre park

68. Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

This 50 acre garden in Richmond is home to beautiful blooms, butterflies, and a classical domed Conservatory

69. Portsmouth

Home to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth has miles of waterfront land on the Elizabeth River

70. Neptune's Park

An outdoor venue on Virginia Beach for nightly concerts, entertainment and festivals on the oceanfront

71. Delmarva Peninsula

A Peninsula on the Eastern Shore of Virginia bordering Delaware and Maryland; first charted by John Smith 1608

72. Blandford Church & Cemetery

An 18th century church and one of the largest and oldest cemeteries in the country, located in Petersburg

73. American Shakespeare Center

Come see Elizabethan theatre in Staunton's recreation of Shakespeare's indoor theatre

74. Lee Chapel and Museum

A Landmark in Lexington, on the campus of Washington and Lee University, that preserves the history of Robert E. Lee while he was president of the university

75. Lynchburg

Known as "Hill City", Lynchburg resides in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and has many historic points of interest

76. HOHO Brewery Tour

Take a "Hop-On, Hop-Off" bus tour to various breweries around the Charlottesville area

77. Maymont

You can tour the historic Victorian estate, or stroll through the 100 acres of estate grounds which has many gardens and animals

78. George Washington's Birthplace

Come visit Colonial Beach and see the house where George Washington was born and stroll through the surrounding farm

79. Yorktown City

Established in 1691, Yorktown is a summer hot spot waterfront town with historical roots in the Revolutionary War

80. Massanutten Resort

Snow sports abound in the winter with skiing, snow tubing and ice skating, but summer offers fun as well, with mountain biking, an adventure park, golfing and a waterpark

81. Water Mine Family Swimmin' Hole

This water park in Reston offers all sorts of family fun in an Old West Gold Rush theme 

82. Marine Corps National Museum

A lasting tribute and museum to past, present and future marines in Triangle, Virginia

83. Chincoteague

A quiet Beach destination on the Eastern Shore, and home to the famous Chincoteague Wild Ponies

84. Jamestown

The site of the first English Settlement in America, Jamestown preserves the history of Colonial times with living museums

85. Williamsburg Walking Food Tour

Stroll through the gorgeous town of Williamsburg as you stop into 8 local restaurants for food and refreshments

86. Nauticus

Discover shipwreck artifacts and Battleships in this maritime themed science center

87. Masonic National Memorial

A Masonic monument located in Alexandria dedicated to the memory of George Washington, a mason

88. Women in Military Memorial

The only National Memorial honoring all women who have helped to preserve America

89. Richmond Historic Tour

Take one of several tours that walk you through 400 years of history as you discover the Richmond's past

90. Dinosaur Kingdom

Walk through this weird and fun attraction that brings you up close to dinosaurs in Natural Bridge

91. Seabee Memorial

Visit this memorial at Arlington that depicts the missions that SEABEES have undertaken around the globe

92. Washington DC Sights and Sips Tour

Learn about the brewing process as you visit the breweries of the DC region

93. Tredegar Iron Works

During the Civil War, Tredegar Iron Works was the largest ironworks in the confederacy 

94. Casemate Museum

The museum exhibits 400 years of history, including the cell where Jefferson Davis was imprisoned after the Civil War

95. NRA Firearms Museum

Located in Fairfax, the museum details the 700 year history of firearms

96. Williamsburg Ghost Tour

Tour through Colonial Williamsburg at night and hear to haunting tales of the town ghosts

97. Washington Monument Cruise

View the national monuments of DC from a narrated sightseeing cruise

98. Taste Virginia BBQ

Virginia is said to have some of the best Pork, which makes for good BBQ! Be sure to sample some of the various BBQ offerings throughout the state

99. Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Located on the James Madison University campus, the arboretum is a public garden and wooded space that preserves the nature of the region

100. Gari Melchers Studio

A Historic house and artist's studio in Falmouth surrounded by gardens and nature trails

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