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100 Best Things to Do in Virginia 20/20

Virginia is a beautiful state with a long history. You’ll find places that are tied to the original settlement of the country, the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, as well as beautiful state parks and modern museums.


96. Carlyle House (Alexandria)

The Carlyle House was finished in 1753 and now offers guided tours of the house and the gardens. There’s also school and scouting programs as well as some special events. Come take a tour and explore thae gardens and spend 2-3 hours here


97. Roxie Daisy (Charlottesville)

A shop that sells one of a kind items for every room in your house, Roxie Daisy is a must see. They sell everything from furniture and bath towels to jewelry and journals. This shop is definitely worth a visit. Stop in and spend an hour browsing or buying that perfect piece you’ve been looking for.


98. Castle Hill Cidery (Keswick)

The produce high quality, great tasting ciders and opened their doors in 1764. They’re steeped in tradition and take what they do very seriously. They have outdoor and indoor tasting rooms and host large events like weddings on the grounds. It’s a beautful place to see, allow 2 hours here to see the grounds and have a drink or two.


99. Cameron Run Regional Park (Alexandria)

This is the perfect stop for some fun outdoor sports. Batting cages, mini golf, playgrounds, and picnicking. Oh, and a waterpark. Make this a fun day out for you and your kids.


100. Friendship Firehouse (Alexandria)

The first volunteer fire company in Alexandria formed in 1774, although the current firehouse was built in 1855. There’s old equipment and trucks on display here. If you come by for a tour, their hours are limited to weekend afternoons but it’s worth a visit if you’re in the area.



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