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Just off the shores of Virginia Beach spectacular wildlife emerges each winter. From humpback and fin whale sightings to beautiful waterfowl like the northern gannet, the life along the coast is active and majestic.
Drive-ins are a popular family pastime and old-school memory maker. Treat your kids to a most unique movie-viewing experience.
White Cemetery is a beautifully maintained graveyard. It originally started as small family plot but expanded to a community graveyard. Many ...
Meadowbrook Museum showcases the eastern part of Montgomery County's rich history. The exhibits include local family displays, schools, springs, and ...
This historic home is a private residence. It was the home of Colonel George Hancock aid-de-campe for Count Pulaski, during the American Revolution. ...
Mount Pleasant Church is located on the slopes of Christiansburg Mountain. Several Confederate soldiers are buried in the wooded cemetery behind the ...
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A monument marks the location of the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs Resort. During the Civil War the resort was ran by the Confederate Government ...
This modest brick church was built in 1848 and is the center of the small community of Lafeyette. The church in on the National Register of Historic ...
Fotheringay was built soon after 1796, when Colonel George Handcock bought the property from Colonel Joseph Kent who has acquired the land in ...
AmRhein's Wine Cellars, a family-owned winery since 1999, is at 2500 feet and located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway at milepost 136. Only 20 ...
Would you believe a dog was the first one in the hole at the top of the hill... followed by several inquisitive farm boys — that was in ...
Starlite opened in 1952 and offers a movie twice each weekend April through September.
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