Virginia is full of history. Mount Vernon and Monticello are its top two tourist attractions, the president’s homes. Virginia, the state is abundant with natural wonders ad this includes the barrier islands of Assateague and Chincoteague, Natural Bridge, Luray Caverns, and Shenandoah National Park. The prime destinations are the mountains suitable for outdoor sports and hiking, while the long golden beaches are well-known summer destinations.
These are some of the places that recreate a setting with its 18th-century original buildings standing still or are faithfully reproduced on original foundations. You can stand in the same place that Patrick Henry offered a stirring speech or walk on the same streets as Thomas Jefferson or even enjoy the crab cakes in the place George Washington enjoyed seafood dinners. In addition, visit two museums featuring folk and decorative arts and authentically recreated dozens of colonial gardens.
See the golden sand wide expanse stretching and this beach is very popular that it is often crowded and so are the amusements, hotels and long boardwalk. If you find the Atlantic Ocean cold, take your children to the Ocean Breeze Water Park covering 19-acre with Caribbean themed water slide, water playground, and a wave pool. The Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Museum explore the sea floor, the climate, and fauna, featuring an aquarium of 800,000 gallons, a touch tank, and hands-on exhibits. There is a nature trail, an aviary, marshlands and an adventure park to explore. This is also a great spot for birders and you will see annually over 10,000 birds including falcons, snow geese, piping plovers, and ducks.
Monticello and Charlottesville
This is the finest country houses and one the most visited presidential homes. You can see throughout the house several of Jefferson’s inventions showing the versatile talents of a man. To the rear side are extensive historic gardens also and below is the family cemetery. There are over 400 items displayed on The Monticello Visitors Center, besides an introductory film, and for children.
This was George Washington's home from the year 1754. Mount Vernon was built under Washington’s close supervision. The construction, architectural design, and interior décor had is personal attention that you can now see the 21-room plantation house. His walls had bright green walls and you will be shocked to see vivid wallpaper colors and paint throughout the house. Mount Venom, like other historic homes, is filled with George and Martha Washington personal reminders such as crests, family portraits, and the belongings of the couple.
Places to eat
"Grown Up Grilled Cheese" From The Lost Dog Café can be enjoyed if you love the blend of cheese, tomato, and avocado on wheat berry bread. It is heavenly and the selection of craft beer is beautiful.
Barbecue from The Honeypig Grill is an amazing place that it is difficult to resist the top grilling deliciousness.
Duck from Peking Gourmet is a hotspot for local celebs and politicians and is also visited by many presidents. Get the right reservation or you may be screwed without any seating.
Crab Rangoon with Cream Cheese Sauce at Café Asia offers creamy delicious delicacies and is the best restaurant.
Virginia Vacation Rentals
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