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Enjoy lunch in Old Town Winchester where you can taste authentic British dishes at Union Jack’s Pub & Restaurant or enjoy American cuisine with a European flare at Village Square Restaurant. Discover the life of local Virginian turned country music star while on the Crazy for Patsy Cline Tour. This tour details the life and career of Patsy Cline, highlighting local spots with connections to her journey to fame. Explore the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley and view artifacts which bring the Valley’s past to life. Head to Prince William to dine at Grafton Street, an authentic, locally owned Irish pub & restaurant.
Meet the former mayor, Earnie Porta, for a private tour of the riverside town of Historic Occoquan. While here, cruise down the Occoquan River aboard the Miss Rivershore. Sip on wine while listening to the narration from your captain as he highlights intriguing facts of the local history, real estate deals and other vessels along the river. After disembarking, take some time to explore the quaint shops and independently owned restaurants in Historic Occoquan.
After arriving in Fredericksburg, tour the historic A. Smith Bowman Distillery. Walk among hundreds of barrels of aging spirits where you will take in the heavenly fragrance called “the Angel’s Share” and learn about the unique copper still called “Mary”. Complete the tour with a tasting and visit to the gift shop.
Venture to Historic Kenmore Plantation next, which was built by George Washington's sister, Betty Washington Lewis, and her husband, Fielding Lewis. This beautiful, Georgian-style, brick mansion reflects the pre-Revolutionary-War wealth and status of the Lewis family. For dinner, enjoy a delicious meal and a show at Riverside Dinner Theater. As Virginia’s newest and largest dinner theater, Riverside’s professional actors and its commitment to classic Broadway musicals continue to electrify audiences of all ages.
Start your morning at Ben Lomond Historic Site. Tour the plantation home, hear the stories of the soldiers who stayed here and experience what medicine during the Civil War was like through demonstrations. Head over to Historic Downtown Manassas for your guided Architectural Tour. Your group will see some of Manassas’ most unique buildings and uncover the stories behind the people who occupied them. Hop by the Heritage Brewing Company to taste of some of the local beers and ales. Established in 2013, this brewery is owned and operated by veterans who have created more than ten different brews. Satisfy your hunger at one of the many eateries in Historic Downtown Manassas before heading home.
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