• Band at Busch Gardens

    Showcase your skills. Bring your performance group to Busch Gardens. For student bands, orchestras and choirs, performing at Busch Gardens will stretch your musical muscles.

    Group at Mill Mountain

    Built in 1949 and visible from just about every part of the Valley is this splendidly illuminated, 100 foot-tall Star situated on the top of Mill Mountain. Indians wandering between the parallel ridges of the Allegheny Mountains named their great valley Shenandoah, "daughter of the stars." Roanoke is known as the "Star City of the South".

    Groups Segway

    Discover the rich history of Fredericksburg in a fun and exciting way. "Glide" effortlessly on a Segway Personal Transporter, with our Certified Tour Guides on an up close and personal journey through history.

    Groups Udvar Hazy

    Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, companion facility to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall, explores the excitement of space discoveries for groups of all ages. Groups of all sizes are welcome!

    Groups mountain bikes

    Guided mountain bike tours in the George Washington National Forest. Cyclists of all abilities can enjoy the beautiful scenery and terrain of western Virginia.

    Groups Aquarium

    The Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center in Virginia Beach offers a rich bounty of experiential and “green” programs for students and families.

    Groups family at a cabin

    Bring your family reunion, social or church group to stay in Virginia cabins or cottages, reconnect in quaint settings that make lasting memories.

  • Welcome to Virginia

    Unparalleled heritage, cultural and performing arts, adventurous great outdoors, Craft Beers, Virginia Wines, spirits and exciting culinary beckon tours to indulge their passions in an unforgettable experience. Discover Virginia by picking a theme, select locations and set out on a memorable trip. No matter what season there is always a reason to come to Virginia!


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  • Virginia Experiences for Groups

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    In Virginia, food is not just something to eat, it’s an experience. Farm tours, winery excursions and local food tours take visitors behind the scenes to fully understand Virginia’s devotion to local food and wine and make meals much more meaningful.

    Virginia Natural History Museum

    Science and Natural History Museums

    Check out everchanging, hands-on exhibits that explain areas of study from astronomy to zoology.

    Science and Natural History Museums

    Family and Student Friendly Activities – Experiential and Living History

    January 12, 2015

    Experience life in the 17th century, relive Patrick Henry’s “Give me liberty” speech, climb aboard the Godspeed or even plant and harvest ...

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    Luray Caverns

    2014 Year in Review: Top 20 Attractions

    December 30, 2014

    The list that follows are the attractions that were most viewed on in 2014. Which of these did you experience with your family ...

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    The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm

    Kitchen Magic: Recreational Cooking Classes Flavor Virginia Visits

    December 19, 2014

    Food gives one a sense of place; find what the locals love to eat, and you find out a lot about their culture. Well beyond . . .

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    Virginia Beach Sunrise. October 15, 2014. Casey Higgins photo.

    Five Reasons Virginia’s Beaches are Awesome Off-Season

    October 30, 2014

    Virginia’s beaches are often overlooked after Labor Day, and that’s a shame. Here are five reasons you should give the sandy ...

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    Devil’s Backbone Brewing Company and Restaurant

    Virginia’s Award-Winning Craft Beverages

    October 23, 2014

    The wine, craft beer and spirit industries continue to swell in Virginia, and with so many offerings, how do you know where to start? ...

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    Educate your group at Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center

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    Visit Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center. Through film, artifact-filled galleries and outdoor living history, these museums engage visitors in the first two centuries of our nation's history - from the founding of America's first permanent English settlement in 1607 to the decisive Revolutionary War victory in 1781 and implementation of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

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