If you are searching for a honeymoon gateway, look no further as Virginia has got you covered. It doesn’t matter the type of a vocation you need; this southeastern U.S state is a prime destination for tourists. With historical sites, Virginia receives many people around the world.

Virginia gives you an opportunity to relax and have exciting moments during your trip. This state has numerous museums and a high culture found on the street that will significantly amuse you. Prominent people like the five United States Presidents were born here making it a history galore.

The following are some of the things you can do –

1. Williamsburg

If you want an encounter with the American Revolution period, visit the Williamsburg. The constructions here are still standing since the 18th century. Touring around these buildings helps you to learn the ancient history that you didn’t know.

You can also visit other places like Thomas Jefferson and George Washington who were heroes in the US. One of the reasons why Williamsburg receives tourists is that it is the area where the final battle of the American Civil War happened.

2. Take a Tour to the Jamestowne

It is an English settlement in the US you would love to wander around. It first begun as James Fort in old years and later grew to be a successful early colony. Jamestowne is the first site where African slavery in North America started and the place where the English interacted with the other Native Americans.

Tourists visiting this area can view 1,000 and more artifacts and other archeologist sites that makes the history of James Fort. Jamestowne is a famous place where Pocahontas got married to the love of her life John Rolfe who was an Englishman.

3. Visit the Trump Winery

It is a beautiful place to start with while in Virginia. This area covers 1,300 acres where 165 acres has grapes used for making wine making it the largest vineyard in Virginia. Trump Winery is also the home to famous people like James Monroe and Thomas Jefferson.

If you are a wine lover, you cannot miss visiting this incredible scenery popularly known to produce a variety of sparkling wines like the Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.

4. Tour the Uss Wisconsin

This is one of the things that you must do when you travel to Virginia. Take a captivating tour to the U.S Navy warship museum on the docks of Norfolk. The Uss Wisconsin is a battleship that was used in the Pacific during the World War II. It was one of the largest ever built in the world.

After the war, it was donated to be in the museums where visitors can come tour on the decks and explore the sailors’ banks. You will also learn about the ship’s history and the work of the sailors.

5. Visit the Busch Gardens

This garden caters for all people, whether you have come to Virginia alone, or with your family. It is fun and exciting place where you will love to be. You can explore the seven world-class coasters to take your kids to the fun area on Sesame Street.

You can also visit the most significant water park and have a thrilling time having a water ride. The mega water slide will make your adrenaline move high if you are not used to enjoying such things, but eventually, it will be filled with adventure.

6. Tour the Luray Caverns

They were initially called Luray Cave, and it is located in the west of Virginia in the U.S. many tourists have been drawn to this place since 1878 when it was discovered. What makes it a hot spot is the fact that it is underground and it has many things to explore such as the stalactites, flowstone, and crystal clear pools.

Inside the cave, you hear the haunting sounds of the Stalacpipe organ which creates music caused by stone formation. If you are an outdoor lover, you will have an excellent time in this place.

7. Visit the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center

It is a place where you anything to do with space. This place is a museum located in Washington D.C National Mall. Aviation and space artifacts are displayed in hangars for visitors to view. Items like the Space Shuttle Discovery together with other aircraft like uniforms, engines, and models are also presented for tourist to see.

You will enjoy visiting this place as you will get to learn about the different aircraft through interactive videos at the Airbus IMAX. Other exciting moments is viewing the planes through the observation tower as they take off and land.

8. Take a Tour at the Mariner’s Museums and Park

It is among the most ptominent maritime museums in the Northern part of America. Visitors are welcomed to explore Christopher Newport University campus which has the most extensive maritime history collection of the west.

You will also have the opportunity to view maritime paintings, carved and small ship. The museum is also a home to other collections of drawings and paintings that you would want to know about while in Virginia.

9. Tread Through the Marymount

Virginia is full of large places that you can enjoy all day long. Marymount is a beautiful area located in Richmond.  It is a park and an estate donated by James H. Dooley and Sallie Dooley for people to tour around and explore.

Marymount has an arboretum, a museum, a garden and a nature center where tourist can visit to learn about the Marymount mansion. There are other exhibits that people can enjoy in the estate like the native wildlife and carriage collection.

10. Visit the Tomb of the Unknown

Just like the name suggests, the tomb is dedicated to the unknown soldiers who lost their lives during the war, and their remains were not identified. With a great history that you will love to hear, you can visit the tomb and see many people dashing in to come and pay respect to the unknown soldiers.

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