Top Virginia Tourist Attractions

The Arlington National Cemetery, located in Arlington, Virginia, is the final resting place of thousands of American military personnel, Native Americans, and former slaves. Over one hundred graveside services are performed in the cemetery each week... read more arrow
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Richmond, Virginia, USA, is home to the famous Museum of the Confederacy. This monument houses what was the White House of the Confederacy and contains a wide collection of manuscripts, photographs and artifacts depicting the American Civil War and the Confederate States of America... read more arrow
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In 1970, the Science Museum of Virginia was begun. It was founded by the Virginia General Assembly and, over the years, has become the No... read more arrow
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Virginia, USA's first theatre, The Byrd Theatre, was opened on December 24, 1928 and was then known as Richmond's Movie Palace. It was named after the founder of Richmond, Virginia, William Byrd II, and is a cinema house in Carytown, near Richmond, though its original name was the State Theater... read more arrow
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The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) is a prestigious art museum situated in Richmond, Virginia, United States. It opened in 1936 and is owned and managed by the Commonwealth of Virginia, while private sponsorships, donations, funds and endowments for specific programs and acquiring artwork... read more arrow
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The Torpedo Factory Art Center stands at the Old Town of Alexandria, Virginia State, United States of America. It is located at the waterfront of River Potomac and is proud to play host to 500,000 visitors annually... read more arrow
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Whether you are or aren't a conventional beach person, Virginia Beach beckons everyone who comes by here. It has over 18,600 acres devoted to state parks and wildlife areas and more than 121 miles of navigable waterways... read more arrow
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In Virginia State's James City County, you'll come across a very vibrant and fun theme park called Busch Gardens Williamsburg. It is located 5 km southeast of Williamsburg... read more arrow
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Shenandoah National Park is part of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, U.S... read more arrow
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The Edgar Allan Poe Museum is situated in Richmond, Virginia, and is dedicated to the famous American writer Edgar Allan Poe. Poe, however, never lived in this building but it commemorates the time he lived in Richmond... read more arrow
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Monticello or Little Mountain in Italian is the personal estate of the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson. It is a 5000-acre plantation estate and has the distinction of being the only historic house in the United States to be on the list of the United Nations' World Heritage... read more arrow
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Overlooking the James River in Virginia, United States, Agecroft Hall is an estate built in typically Tudor style. It was originally built in Lancashire, UK, towards the end of the 15th century... read more arrow
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Near Lynchburg, Virginia, USA, there was a plantation and a plantation house that belonged to Thomas Jefferson, third President of the USA. It was called Poplar Forest and was his private retreat... read more arrow
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At the foothills of the Shenandoah Mountains is the charming town of Staunton. Here, near the near Mary Baldwin College, you will find the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum... read more arrow
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The Paramount Theater in Charlottesville is a historic landmark here. It was built in 1931 and is the venue of several live art performances... read more arrow
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The Virginia Holocaust Museum is a museum in Virginia State that depicts the horrors of the Holocaust as its victims experienced it. It was co-founded by Al Rosenbaum, Holocaust survivor Jay M... read more arrow
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