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The Great State of Virginia

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Virginia is in the southeastern United States and borders the Atlantic Ocean. Virginia Beach has the largest population in the state. Two thirds of the state is covered by forests, mostly broad leaf and deciduous trees. There are a variety of mammals and birds to be found there which include the grey fox, white tailed deer, bobcats, owls, cardinals, and wild turkeys to name a few.

The resort city of Virginia Beach has miles of coastline and is a popular tourist place in the state. Its oceanfront includes endless numbers of restaurants, hotels and motels. It also contains a super mall, Lynnhaven Mall, with outdoor and indoor pedestrian areas and eateries.

Virginia has many National Parks, among these is Great Falls Park, in Fairfax County and can be found along the Potomac River. It includes platforms where visitors can view the great falls of the Potomac River. Shenandoah National Park encompasses Skyline Drive, a scenic drive that runs along the whole park and is especially beautiful to visit in the fall when the leaves change color. There are many trails to visit, among these is Old Rag Mountain, which has gorgeous views, waterfalls, camping, horseback riding and bicycling.

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Virginia Attractions

Adam Thoroughgood House Virginia Beach
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Adam Thoroughgood House - Beach


The Adam Thoroughgood House is a brick house in located within the neighborhood of Thoroughgood, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. It was at one time thought to have been built in 1636, but recent research has placed its construction ca. 1720. The building underwent major restorations in 1923 and in the 1950's and has served as a museum since opening to the public April 29, 1957. Much of the current structure was most likely the house of the great-grandson of Adam Thoroughgood.
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Agecroft Hall - Richmond


Agecroft Hall is a Tudor-style estate currently on the James River in Virginia, though originally built in Pendlebury, Lancashire, England in the late 15th century. It is now operated as a museum. It was the home of Lancashire's Langley and Dauntesey families before falling into disrepair at the end of the 19th century. In 1925 it was sold at auction. Richmonder Thomas C. Williams, Jr. purchased the structure, had it dismantled, crated and shipped across the Atlantic, and then reassembled in a Richmond neighbourhood known as Windsor Farms.
Air Power Park Hampton Virginia
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Air Power Park - Hampton


The Air Power Park is an outdoor, roadside museum in Hampton, Virginia which recognizes Hampton's role in America's early space exploration and aircraft testing. The park is on a 15 acres plot and includes a children's playground. There is no inside museum or visitor center Several vintage aircraft and experimental space launch vehicles from the 1950s and 1960s are displayed out of doors.
Algonkian Regional Park Golf Course Sterling Virginia
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Algonkian Regional Park Golf Course - Sterling


The Algonkian Regional Park Golf Course is an 18 hole public golf course in Loudoun County Virginia. Built in 1962, this Sterling course designed by Ed Ault is open all year. For tee time information call the pro shop at 703-450-4655. The golf course dress code is as follows: Collared shirt, no cutoffs, denim OK.

 


Address: 47001 Fairway Dr, Sterling, VA 20165
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American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar - Richmond


Tredegar Iron Works is a historic iron foundry in Richmond, Virginia of America. The site is now the main visitor center for NPS Richmond National Battlefield Park and the location of a private museum called The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar.
Anne Spencer House Lynchburg Virginia
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Anne Spencer House - Lynchburg


The Anne Spencer House, in Lynchburg, Virginia in the US was, from 1903 to 1975, the home of Anne Spencer, a poet of the Harlem Renaissance. She was the first Virginian and first African-American to have her poetry included in the Norton Anthology of American Poetry. Not only was Spencer a successful poet, she was also a committed activist for equal rights, and her house also served as a political center of the community.
Appomattox Court House National Historical Park Virginia
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Appomattox Court House National Historical Park - Appomattox


The Appomattox Court House National Historical Park is a National Historical Park of original and reconstructed nineteenth century buildings. It was signed into law August 3, 1935. The village was made a national monument in 1940 and a national historical park in 1954. It is located three miles east of Appomattox, Virginia, the location of the Appomattox Station and the "new" Appomattox Court House. It is in the center of the state about 25 miles east of Lynchburg, Virginia.
Arlington House Robert E Lee Memorial Virginia
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Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial - Arlington


Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial, which is also referred to as the Custis-Lee Mansion, is a Greek revival style mansion located in Arlington, Virginia in the US and was once the home of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. It overlooks the Potomac River, directly across from the National Mall in Washington, D.C. During the American Civil War, the grounds of the mansion were selected as the site of Arlington National Cemetery, in part to ensure that Lee would never again be able to return to his home.
Army Quartermaster Museum Fort Lee Virginia
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Army Quartermaster Museum - Fort Lee


The United States Army Quartermaster Museum, located at Fort Lee, Virginia, is one of a number of small museums in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The museum's aim is to preserve and exhibit the history of the Quartermaster Corps, which was formed in 1775 and to date it has collected more than 20,000 items. The Museum also serves the Quartermaster Center and School as a classroom for the teaching of history, educating more than 16,000 soldiers, non-commissioned officers, warrant officers, and officers a year.
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Army Women's Museum - Fort Lee


The US Army Women's Museum is a museum that can be found at Fort Lee, Virginia in the US.
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Virginia Hotels

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The Homestead, A Ksl Luxury Resort
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The Homestead, A Ksl Luxury Resort
7696 Sam Snead Highway
Hot Springs, 24445

 

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Courtyard By Marriott Alexandria Pentagon South
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Courtyard By Marriott Alexandria Pentagon South
4641 Kenmore Ave
Alexandria, 22304

 

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Fairfield Inn By Marriott Fredericksburg
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Fairfield Inn By Marriott Fredericksburg
10330 Spotsylvania Ave
Fredericksburg, 22408

 

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Comfort Inn Farmville
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Comfort Inn Farmville
2108 S Main St
Farmville, 23901

 

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Westin Tysons Corner
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Westin Tysons Corner
7801 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, 22043

 

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Hampton Inn Staunton Va
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Hampton Inn Staunton Va
40 Payne Lane
Staunton, 24401

 

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Sheraton Richmond Park South Hotel
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Sheraton Richmond Park South Hotel
9901 Midlothian Tpke
Richmond, 23235

 

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Sheraton Virginia Beach
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Sheraton Virginia Beach
3501 Atlantic Avenue
Virginia Beach, 23451

 

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Sheraton Premiere At Tysons Corner
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Sheraton Premiere At Tysons Corner
8661 Leesburg Pike
Vienna, 22182

 

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Holiday Inn Roanoke - Valley View
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Holiday Inn Roanoke - Valley View
3315 Ordway Dr Nw
Roanoke, 24017

 

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Virginia Articles

 

A Historical Family Stop – Fredericksburg, Virginia
Published September 6, 2011

Charming Fredericksburg Virginia is a friendly town to visit that fits the bill for American history buffs, scenery lovers, and shopping enthusiasts.

 

Blue Ridge Parkway Road Trip Between Roanoke & Abingdon, VI
Published September 5, 2011

The Blue Ridge Parkway traverses several states and can take days to explore, our family road trip was a loop in Virginia from Roanoke to Abingdon and back again.

 

American History – The Living Kind
Published February 14, 2011

Colonial Williamsburg is a wonderful family attraction and has recently been issuing combination admission packets that allows entry into Busch Gardens Amusement Park

 

Yorktown Virginia: Where the American Revolution Was Won
Published January 19, 2011

Yorktown Virginia is an excellent spot for hands-on history. Kids are welcome to participate and questions in activities at the Victory Center and the Yorktown Battlefield.

 

Jamestown, Virginia: The Beginning of the United States
Published January 11, 2011

Jamestown Virginia is part of the Historic Triangle alongside Colonial Williamsburg and Yorktown. If you visit the Williamsburg area, Jamestown is an easy day trip.

 

From NJ to L.A. With 3 Kids and a Dog: A Cross-Country Journal
Published September 25, 2010

We left New Jersey where all three of our sons were born and raised heading West. Our road trip was through Newark Delaware, West Virginia, Natural Bridge, Baltimore - our goal was to reach Roanoke.

 

Christmas in Colonial Williamsburg: Traditions of the Past
Published September 19, 2010

In Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, Christmas is celebrated exactly the way that it was celebrated in Virginia at the time of the Revolutionary War.

 

Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia: History Made Fun
Published September 6, 2010

Colonial Williamsburg, the first capital of Virginia will take you back in time with its re-enactors complete with period costumes restored homes – shops – businesses - courts and foods.

 

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Virginia Videos

Bay Creek Resort, Cape Charles, Virginia

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Published: 07/05/2010

By: ResortsandLodges

 

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Published: 01/25/2010

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Mariners Landing, Huddleston, Virginia

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Published: 08/04/2009

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Mountain House Inn, Lexington, Virginia

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Published: 06/25/2009

By: ResortsandLodges

 

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Historic Jamestowne, Virginia

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Published: 03/01/2011

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Virginia, Historic Jamestowne

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Published: 08/19/2010

By: MrMikesTravels

 

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King's Creek Plantation, Williamsburg, V...

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Published: 07/05/2010

By: ResortsandLodges

 

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Yorktown,virginia

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Published: 06/07/2010

By: Clueso

 

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Intro To Jamestown Virginia

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Published: 04/12/2010

By: microdac

 

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Navy Warship Leaves Yorktown, Virginia

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Published: 09/25/2009

By: Video275

 

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