Virginia is known for its wine! Tour behind the scenes of local wineries with a wine expert as your guide and learn everything there is to know about the wine making process. Delight your taste buds with a sensuous tasting experience.
A half-day excursion into central Virginia’s Civil War past with an award-winning Civil War historian. See an extant slave block, learn how central Virginia supported the Confederate war effort, and visit our region’s Civil War battlefield.
Visit Virginia's finest breweries, learn about the hops and sample the brewmaster's very own selection. From brew connoisseur to casual beer lover, there’s a diverse selection to be had at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Experience Thomas Jefferson—central Virginia’s most famous native son—without touring Monticello! See where Jefferson worshiped; hear how he was almost captured in Charlottesville during the Revolution; and tour the University of Virginia.
“Welcome Stranger” was a hospitable greeting to an unknown traveler stopping at Michie Tavern, a historic Landmark that has been welcoming strangers for more than 200 years. Today, Michie Tavern has a different “take” on “Stranger".
Home to two U.S. Presidents and the University of Virginia, it's no surprise that Charlottesville also features amazing world-class statuary. We invite you to step back into American history and experience our city’s historic sculptures.
Dig a little deeper into Charlottesville's historical past! Join award-winning historian Rick Britton as he weaves stories filled with U.Va. Presidents, Civil War heroes, western adventurers, and one very famous Russian royal impostor.
Experience the beauty and serenity of Albemarle County on horseback. After the ride, enjoy a very special private tasting where you will sample special vintages of Virginia wine hand selected by our wine expert.
Country roads and rolling hills are the backdrop of your scenic bike tour. Ride past beautiful wineries, stop in for a tasting and enjoy all that central Virginia has to offer. See the area in a unique way guided by local experts.
Home to Presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe--as well as Jefferson’s fabulous University of Virginia--Charlottesville has been welcoming visitors from around the world for well over 200 years.
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