Virginia's state capital is located in Richmond. Virginia is rich in history and culture and is waiting to be explored. From historic battlefields such as Manassas to colonial era Williamsburg and the scenic Skyline Drive and the Appalachian Trail, there's something for everyone. To learn more, visit virginia.org.
Washington, DC is buzzing with energy and excitement. Visit the nation’s capital and enjoy 100 free (and nearly free) things to do, including world-class museums, monuments, family-friendly activities and unique experiences. Beyond iconic buildings and national treasures, the city is filled with renowned restaurants, deep-rooted culture, and music of all kinds. Explore DC’s shopping, diverse neighborhoods and awe-inspiring views you’ll find nowhere else in the world. Visit washington.org to plan your trip and book a hotel today.
Situated in the heart of Northern Virginia, Fairfax County positions you perfectly to take a walk through the centuries as you visit everything from George Washington’s Mount Vernon to the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center. During your Northern Virginia travels you'll find a host of things to do including some of the most unique attractions in the nation. You're also invited to explore thousands of acres of beautifully maintained parkland, epic shopping adventures, and unforgettable events that leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. Visit fxva.com and start planning your adventure now.
Located just 25 miles from Washington, DC, Loudoun is a premier East Coast wine destination and leads the way in Virginia, boasting 40 wineries and tasting rooms. Drive through Loudoun’s winding roads, up mountains, past horse farms and historic estates to experience boutique wineries and award-winning wines. Loudoun also has a thriving craft beer scene. Check out the LoCo Ale Trail to discover more than a dozen breweries featuring small batch, hand-crafted beer created by local brewmasters. www.visitloudoun.org