Williamsburg, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, ..
As Washingtonians, we have been escaping to Virginia for years. My family’s favorite let’s-have-fun foray takes us through Tidewater, an area that combines the earliest history of the...
Arlington, Alexandria, Mc Lean, ..
Perhaps the best-known attractions in northern Virginia are Arlington National Cemetery, Mount Vernon, George Washington’s plantation, and Alexandria; the latter is both a historic colonial...
Charlottesville, Richmond, Staunton, ..
Central Virginia offers families a wide variety of vacation possibilities including scenic rolling hills; lakes, rivers, and streams; a rich historical heritage; and cities that include the capital,...
Luray, Shenandoah, New Market, ..
The Shenandoah Valley stretches for some 200 miles between the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountain ranges in northwest Virginia. The scenic mountains and valleys make this region one of the most...
Chincoteague Island, Cape Charles, Onancock, ..
Driving through the small towns of Virginia’s Eastern Shore takes you back centuries. Accomac, for example, has buildings that date to 1632. On Tangier Island, accessible only by boat,...
Abingdon, Big Stone Gap, Wytheville, ..
Virginia has much to offer families. Historic towns, plantations, battlefields, scenic drives through softly curving mountains, bustling beaches, quiet wildlife sanctuaries, luxurious resorts, and wild roller coasters are just some of Virginia’s charms. Each region of the state has its own allure. The Shenandoah Valley stretches for some 200 miles between the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountain ranges and offers some of the state’s most spectacular countryside made of craggy mountain peaks and rolling farmland. The underground wonderland known as Luray Caverns offers the chance to see fantastical formations of stalactites and stalagmites. The Shenandoah region is rich in history. At... + full overview
Reagan National Airport
Dulles International Airport
Peak Travel Time
Summer on the coast, winter in the mountains.