Virginia – Let’s exploreall the Amazing Touristic Attractions


Nicknamed as “Old Dominion” and “Mother of Presidents”, the state of Virginia holds a deep historical value for the United States. For the travel enthusiasts who look forward to discover something new from every trip, Virginia carries various astounding attractions. Let’s know about the most exciting touristic attractions of Virginia to get ready for an adventurous and fun filled trip.

At Virginia Beach, which is the richest city of this state and attracts millions of visitors annually, you can extract out happiness, fun and laughter from every moment. Have an inclination towards water related activities;Virginia Beach offers you numerous exciting opportunities via watersports, marathons and surfing challenges.  Famous for its historical places, aquariums and zoos, it’s a perfect fun place for kids and elderly alike. Once you are here, don’t forget to rejoice your taste buds with its mouthwatering cuisine and dessert offerings.

For the history as well as art lovers, Colonial Williamsburg is an amazing place to be at. While your stay at any of the official Williamsburg hotels, cherish wonderful moments with your loved ones by fine dining and shopping experiences.

Why not to enjoy an amazing deal of adventure at Busch Gardens? This European theme park is well known for its fun rides, live stage shows, shopping and off course yummy food choices.  So, don’t forget to take your kids here to be part of its roller coasters and water rides.

Manassas National Battlefield Park is a must visit place in Virginia. This 5000- acre huge park holds the Manassas battles’ memories in a way to let the visitors walk through the times of Civil War. The park’s museum preserves the artifacts, weapons and traces of that era. For visitors’ guidance, Henry Hills Visitor Center is built inside the park. Shenandoah National Park is another interesting sight especially to have an exciting driving experience.  Here, you will definitely enjoy being so close to nature and wildlife via Skyline Drive.

George Washington’s Mount Vernon and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello are the two houses adding feathers to the crown of Virginia. So, before your trip ends don’t miss the chance to see their grandeur and splendor, too.


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