Menokin - The Francis Lightfoot Lee House

The Menokin plantation house and national landmark in Warsaw, VA is in perilous, partially collapsed condition. A bold plan is underway to replace the missing walls and roof with structural glass for one of the most revolutionary historic house museums on the planet. Francis Lightfoot Lee, one of o...

Discover Mount Rogers National Recreation Area

Stately Mount Rogers is Virginia’s highest peak. The Mount Rogers National Recreation Area that surrounds it is home to great hikes, amazing views, a herd of wild ponies, and much more. 5,729 foot tall Mount Rogers is located in southwest Virginia. The isolated peak is the fourth-highest Stat...

VMFA - Explore The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) is home works by Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Fabergé, and large collections of African, Indian, and Tibetan art. In fact, the permanent collection holds more than 35,000 works of art, spanning 5,000 years of world history! The Virginia Museum of Fin...

Visit the Virginia Quilt Museum

Whether you’re a fan of quilting, art, history – or all three – the Virginia Quilt Museum is well worth your attention. The museum features three full floors of exhibits, located in a historic house, nestled in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. First and foremost, quilts are to...

Don't Miss American Celebration On Parade!

American Celebration On Parade is home to more than 20 full-size parade floats from big national events. Presidential Inaugurations, Thanksgiving Parades, Miss America Pageants, and much more. And all in the same complex that is home to Shenandoah Caverns! Everyone loves a parade, as they say. If t...

Visit and Tour Old Cape Henry Lighthouse on Chesapeake Bay

Virginia’s Old Cape Henry Lighthouse, built in 1792, is one of the oldest lighthouses in the country. The third oldest still standing, in fact – and it’s open for tours! Actually, Cape Henry is home to two lighthouses. The “new” and still active one was built just 357...

Gap Caverns at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park

You already know about the Cumberland Gap, America’s first great gateway to the west. But have you heard about Gap Caverns? Come explore a hidden world of fantastic limestone formations, rare subterranean animals, and Civil War era graffiti. The Cumberland Gap sits on the borders of Kentucky,...

Explore the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge

With the phrase "Dismal Swamp" in its name, it's understandable if you're tempted to skip visiting this National Wildlife Refuge - but you'd be making a big mistake. From its vast, natural beauty to its fascinating history, nothing exemplifies the Chesapeake, VA region more than the Great Dismal Swa...

The Best in Comfort and Safety at Virginia Inns

Virginia Inns and Bed and Breakfasts are currently open and welcoming guests. We take your safety very seriously and are hard at work maintaining both the best in lodging and official health recommendations. We want your visit to be worry-free so you can focus on the task at hand: enjoying all our g...