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Lewis Ginter Garden Tour

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden flowersLewis Ginter Botanical Garden offers more than 50 acres of gardens on historic property in Richmond.

Arlington Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery gravestonesArlington National Cemetery is the country’s largest and most honored military burial ground.

Jefferson’s Monticello

MonticelloThe home of Thomas Jefferson at Monticello has an aura unlike so many other historical attractions.
Things to Do in Virginia

Virginia Air and Space Center

Virginia Air and Space CenterThe Virginia Air and Space Center takes educational experiences to the next level.
> Hampton > Hampton Roads > Educational

Shenandoah Attractions

Appalachian TrailShenandoah Valley is filled with historic sites, museums, parks and caverns.
> Shenandoah Valley > Summary

Busch Gardens Theme Park

Busch Gardens in Williamsburg is the second largest theme park in Virginia but it is first in beauty.
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Virginia Golf Courses

Sycamore Creek Golf Course

Sycamore Creek Golf Course opened in April 1992. Celebrating its 20th year as Richmond’s best golf value, the course is conveniently located 3 minutes from I-64, just 5 minutes from Short Pump Town Center, 10 minutes from Innsbrook Office Park and 20 minutes from downtown Richmond. Sycamore Creek has been voted the best public golf course in the Richmond area, both for it’s year-round condition and its playability.
> Central Virginia > Golf Courses
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Virginia Wineries

Guilford Ridge Vineyards

Virginia's first commercial winegrape vineyard (established 1971), but the tiniest winery (1983) west of the Blue Ridge, south of Luray Caverns. Producing ""estate bottled"" wines only.

Tucked five miles south of Luray Caverns between the Blue Ridge Mountains to the East and the Massanutten Mountains and South Fork of the Shenandoah River to the West, Guilford Ridge produces between 350 and 400 cases of wine a year when the harvest is good. Gerba and Baker started out with the Page Valley Red, a Bordeaux-style red, and then added the Page Valley White and et Delilah, a Beaujolais-style red, as interest in their wines grew.
> Wineries
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July Events

Hanover Tomato Festival

The Annual Hanover Tomato Festival showcases more than 200 art, craft and food vendors, as well as plenty of tomato tasting.
> Mechanicsville > Central Virginia > Festivals > July

Chincoteague Pony Swim

The annual roundup of wild ponies living on the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge takes place every July on Assateague Island in an event known as the Pony Swim and Auction.
> Accomack County > Eastern Shore > Festivals > July

FloydFest

FloydFest is a four-day celebration in July of music and art nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia.

Loudoun County Fair

The Loudoun County Fair, located in Leesburg, Virginia, is a five-day event is packed with activities for all ages and interests.
> Loudoun > Northern Virginia > Fairs > July

Virginia Cantaloupe Festival

The annual Virginia Cantaloupe Festival takes place at Berry Hill Resort. Fun, food, beverages, and music in an historic location.
> South Boston > Southern Virginia > Festivals > July

Chincoteague Blueberry Festival

The Chincoteague Island Blueberry Festival takes place every year in mid July.
> Chincoteague Island > Eastern Shore > Festivals > July
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