Virginia’s Castles

Virginia House, Richmond, VA
Virginia House, Richmond, VA
Address
Wyndham Virginia Crossing
1000 Virginia Center Parkway
Glen Allen, VA 23059
Region Central Virginia
Locality Henrico
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Fax: (540) 869-1826
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Visit the ancestral "castles" that noted and famous Virginians called home. Step beyond the façades and walk through some of the most wonderful houses and gardens in America. Tour the homes of former U.S. Presidents, and the wartime residence of the President of the Confederate States. Stroll through stunning gardens. Witness the splendor and opulence of gilded age mansions built by financial and industrial barons. Explore an ancient British manor home that was taken apart, brought to Virginia, rebuilt and preserved with the utmost care. These are the "Crown Jewels" of architectural Virginia and many have been featured on A&E's America's Castles.

Note: Virginia's long history has seen the evolution of architectural gems. There are many historic homes throughout the state open for touring from the early rustic Jamestown Settlement to a modern Frank Lloyd Wright home. Contact us to inquire about more Virginia Castles.

4 Nights accommodation
Baggage handling
Breakfast or a continental breakfast each morning
2 Lunches
4 Dinners
Professional guide service
Montpelier mansion and gardens
Barboursville Winery and Historic Ruins
Monticello and gardens
Drive Monument Avenue
Virginia State Capitol building
White House of the Confederacy
Agecroft Hall, a 15th century English manor house brought to Virginia
Banjo's and fiddles greet you as you meet historic Virginia characters
Maymont House and gardens
Shirley Plantation
Berkeley Plantation
Stratford Hall
Gunston Hall
Mount Vernon
City tour of Old Town Alexandria including Carlyle House




Last Updated: 5/18/2012 4:57 PM