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Hampton Roads Attractions

Virginia BeachVirginia is filled with magnificent attractions, and the Hampton Roads area is no exception.

Museum of Fine Arts

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is the largest in Virginia with more than 500,000 square feet of exhibits.

Berkeley Plantation

Berkeley Plantation is a must-see attraction for anyone who is interested in Virginia colonial history.
Things to Do in Virginia

Sky Meadows State Park

Sky Meadows State Park is a 1,864-acre park that has something for everyone. With seven miles of horse riding trails, seventeen miles of hiking trails, an overlap with the Appalachian Trail, those seeking a vigorous workout will not be disappointed.
> Delaplane > Northern Virginia > State Parks

Chippokes State Park

There was a time when the James River in Virginia was lined with plantation homes and farms. While the plantation lifestyle is a thing of the past, Chippokes State Park gives visitors a chance to step back in time.

Cascade Falls: What to See

Cascade Falls VirginiaCascade Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Virginia. It is easy to see why.
> Pembroke > Southwestern Virginia > Hiking > National Parks > Natural
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Virginia Golf Courses

Massanutton Resort Golf

Mountain Greens Golf Course was opened in the summer of 1976. A challenging 18-hole championship design provides golfers a true test of mountain golf. Breathtaking views of our mountainous terrain, foliage, and natural wildlife are sure to enhance each and every one of your golfing experiences.

Mountain Greens Golf Course closes each winter season. All play is re-directed to Woodstone Meadows Golf Course during this time. Dates are subject to change due to inclement weather. Be sure to call in advance for more information.

Woodstone Meadows Golf Course opened Spring 1998. It offers golfers a break from the typical mountain golf. The new layout provides an 18-hole, par 65 course consisting of nine par 3s, seven par 4s and two par 5s. The addition makes Woodstone a more diverse golf course catering to novice golfers while offering ample challenges for experts.
> Shenandoah Valley > Golf Courses
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October Events

Best Events in October

Choosing the 10 best Virginia events in October is no easy task because it’s festival season.

Festival by the River in Fries

Come to Fries enjoy a day of fun on the banks of the New River at the trailhead of the New River Trail State Park.

Blue Ridge Folk Life Festival

The Blue Ridge Folklife Festival is the largest event of its kind in Virginia. It features performers, artisans, foods, and activities not found at typical craft shows, fairs, and festivals.

Richmond Oktoberfest

The Annual Richmond Oktoberfest is the largest German / American Oktoberfest festival in the state of Virginia.

Yorktown Victory Day

Yorktown Victory CelebrationYorktown Day marks the anniversary of Washington's big victory in the Revolution.
> Yorktown > Hampton Roads > Festivals > October

Richmond Folk Festival

More than 200,000 visitors come to Richmond’s riverfront and downtown area in October to celebrate the annual Richmond Folk Festival.
> Richmond > Central Virginia > Concerts > Festivals > October
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State Attractions

Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall
Walton’s Mountain Museum
Old Town Alexandria
Virginia Zoo: 500+ Animals
Top 20 Virginia Attractions
National Museum and White House of the Confederacy
Jefferson’s Monticello
Norfolk Botanical
Virginia Beach Attractions
Busch Gardens
Berkeley Plantation
Luray Caverns Tips
Historic Jamestowne
Kings Dominion Amusement Park
Shenandoah Attractions
Natural Bridge Nature’s Art
Central VA Attractions
Dolphin Watch
Mill Mountain Zoo
Maymont Park and Estate
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