Some popular destinations in Virginia include...
No place in America has as much history packed into as small an area as the
towns of Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown
and Yorktown, known as the Historic Triangle. Visit museums and nationally recognized
historic sites, the Historic Triangle is also home to modern-day, world-class
attractions including two Anheuser-Busch theme parks, Busch Gardens Williamsburg
and Water Country USA. Outstanding shopping, dining, golf, and entertainment
will make your visit to the Historic Triangle a memorable experience for the
Located on the James River and founded in 1607, Richmond,
the state capital of Virginia, is home to more than 400 years of some of the
richest American history in the country.
Surrounded by natural wonders and beauty, Lexington,
Virginia boasts hometown charm, southern hospitality and a history unmatched.
Whether it's dining, shopping, museums, or outdoor adventure, you'll have an
experience of a lifetime in this exciting city.
Long sand covered beaches, beautiful waterways, incredible landscapes and breathtaking
seascapes are all within your reach. Virginia
Beach has many local activities & attractions, such as: amusement parks,
deep-sea fishing, boat rides, sightseeing, fine dining, dolphin watching and
marine museums. Evening entertainment includes: music and dance clubs with music
ranging from smooth sounding jazz to lively disco, comedy clubs, concerts, theater,
opera, symphony and movies.
Fredericksburg's quaint atmosphere
makes it a popular weekend getaway and a natural base for exploring Virginia's
rich history. Take a walking tour of Fredericksburg's Old Town area along the
Rappahannock River where you'll find dozens of historic buildings and sites
open to the public.