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The Commonwealth of Virginia is alive with history, from early settlement through the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. The first European settlement in North America was in 1607 at Jamestown. Visit the living history museum of Jamestown Settlement to see the re-creation of life 400 years ago. With over a million artifacts recovered, the site accurately depicts a fort, Indian village and settlers’ ships.
Virginia was one of the original 13 colonies. It became the 10th state of the United States in 1788. Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center celebrates these days of early U.S. history. Take one of more than 20 self-guided tours to interact with people in period dress as they conduct daily activities of blacksmithing, churning butter, rolling hoops and discussing the politics of Revolutionary War times.
Richmond has extensive history as the Confederate capital during the U.S. War Between the States. Tour the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar to learn about war and emancipation. Try a Segway guided tour, ghost walk or river cruise for a unique perspective on these historic sites. The modern city also offers ballet, symphony, opera and stage performances as well as NASCAR and horse racing. Visit in mid-summer to see the Washington Redskins’ football training camp.
In the mountains of Virginia, you’ll find plenty of outdoor adventure opportunities, ranging from rock climbing, kayaking, fishing and falconry in summer to skiing, ice skating and snowmobiling in winter. Choose your accommodations from backpack camping to luxury spas.
Shenandoah National Park contains a 104-mile (167-kilometer) section of the Appalachian Trail, providing quiet hiking opportunities with views of ridge after ridge of untouched forests. Near the park, find Luray Caverns, where you can spelunk among colorful stalactites and stalagmites, including a limestone formation that looks and sounds a bit like an organ.
Virginia has varied beach locations along the Chesapeake Bay, Atlantic Ocean and Potomac and James Rivers. Select from family-friendly spots on the Eastern Shore and more lively Virginia Beach Boardwalk locations.
Situated in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, this hotel is less than 1 mile from the United States Marine Corps War Memorial and Iwo Jima Memorial. Arlington National Cemetery is 2 miles away.
Just off Interstate 395 and 1 mile from Washington DC, the Sheraton overlooks the Pentagon and the Washington Monument; Arlington National Cemetery is 1 mile away, and Reagan National Airport is less than 2 miles.
Located on the famed Virginia Beach boardwalk, this 10-story hotel has ocean views and is within a mile of shopping, dining, and the pier.
The hotel enjoys a quiet campus setting, a 15-minute drive from CHO Airport and 5 minutes from Charlottesville Amtrak Station. Art lovers can walk to the university's own Fralin Museum, and history buffs will want to visit nearby Monticello, the former home of US Founding Father Thomas Jefferson.
Situated in Alexandria, this hotel is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Lyceum and 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from George Washington Masonic National Memorial. Market Square and Athenaeum are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated near the beach, this motel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum and within 3 mi (5 km) of Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center and Ocean Breeze Waterpark. Beach Mall Shopping Center and John Wareing Monument are also within 15 minutes.
This beachfront Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Virginia Beach (Oceanfront), VA is just east of I-264 and faces the Atlantic Ocean and the Virginia Beach boardwalk. All guestrooms face the ocean.
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Fredericksburg Battlefield Park, Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center, and Mary Washington Athletic Field. Kenmore Plantation and James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library are also within 6 mi (10 km).