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Virginia's historic homes (and a few private ones) open their doors to you this holiday season. Take a tour!
Reconnect with those who know you best when you plan a heartwarming getaway in Virginia.
Civil War Battle of Trevilians
Weston Farm Vineyard & Winery
Louisa County and Court House
Green Springs National Historic District
Louisa Arts Center
Sargeant Museum-Louisa County Historical Society
Tanyard Golf Course
Green Springs National Historic Landmark District is a 14,000 acre agricultural landscape. The rich soils of the Green Springs basin have ...
Anna Valley Farm
The Civil War Museum at the Exchange Hotel is a museum containing exhibitions on the History of Gordonsville and medical and Civil War artifacts. ...
Spring Creek is the #1 ranked best new affordable course in the nation by Golf Digest (2007). Ed Carton, designer, has created an 18 hole ...
Shenandoah Crossing Golf Club
Montebello, Birthplace of President Zachary Taylor
The oldest church in Gordonsville, built about 1855. General "Stonewall" Jackson worshipped here during the Civil War, and his pew is preserved in ...
Horse-shows and horseback riding; if you are planning to be in the area and want to get a real feel for Virginia, consider hopping up on a horse ...
Open year-round,Saturdays and Sundays, 11:00am to 5:00pm. Bring your own picnic to enjoy with one of our distinctive wines. Located on a sunny ...
Keswick Vineyards is located at the historic 400-acre Edgewood Estate in Keswick. The land was part of the original 1727 Nicholas Meriwether ...
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