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Edgewood Plantation
Category: Gardens
4800 John Tyler Memorial Highway, Charles City, VA
800.296.3343


Essex County Museum
Category: Monument + Museum
218 Prince St, Tappahannock, VA 22504
804.443.4690


Evelynton Plantation
Category: Gardens
6701 John Tyler Memorial Hwy., Charles City, VA 23231
804.829.5075


Driving east from Richmond along Route 5 in rural Charles City County, you'll find a number of stately historic plantations. Berkeley claims to be the site of the first Thanksgiving--English settlers gave thanks for gett...   more

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Exchange Hotel & Civil War Museum
Category: Monument + Museum + Sightseeing + Tours
400 South Main Street, Gordonsville, VA 22972
540.832.2944


Fairfax Museum
Category: Monument + Museum
10209 Main St., Fairfax, VA 22032
703.385.8414


Take the Capital Beltway (I495) to Exit 52A (VA-236 West/Little River Turnpike) towards Fairfax. The street name changes to Main Street as you enter the city of Fairfax. After traveling on VA-236 for 4.3 miles; turn left...   more

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Federal Reserve Bank Money Museum
Category: Monument + Museum
701 East Byrd St, Richmond, VA

Ferry Plantation House
Category: Gardens
4136 Cheswick Lane, Virginia Beach, VA

The Ferry Plantation House
Fisherman's Museum
Category: Monument + Museum
Reedville, VA 22432
804.453.6529


Foliograph Gallery
Category: Arts
7285 Arlington Blvd, Falls Church, VA 22027
703.849.9722


frames in excess of 12,000 pieces a year in our workshop in Falls Church, Virginia. We utilize museum quality materials and techniques to insure that your work both looks great and is preserved properly. We offer more th...   more

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Fort Monroe's Casemate Museum
Category: Monument + Museum
Mercury Boulevard, Hampton, VA 23651
757.727.3391


This was by far the best part of our trip to the area and it's free! You go through a military checkpoint, go across a moat, and there's the fort. Going inside is like stepping back in time. You can actually...

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