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Virginia ~ My Home

The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is the largest intact remnant of a vast habitat that once covered more than one million acres of southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina.

cypress roots reflected in the water - Great Dismal Swamp, Virginia. www.dogwoodallian...

Virginia Military Institute - Lexington, VA

Burial Place of Stonewall Jackson's Arm | Chancellorsville,VA

Oatlands - exquisite terraced garden and the oldest greenhouse in Virginia

State Arboretum of Virginia - explore these beautiful grounds by foot, car or horseback.

P Buckley Moss Museum - Worth the visit while in Waynesboro

Yorktown Victory Center - On October 19, 1781, in Yorktown, Virginia, the British forces surrendered to George Washington, effectively ending the Revolutionary War.

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden - Richmond, VA - a must visit for the gardener

Peaks of Otter - The view is spectacular

Jamestown ~ America’s first permanent English colony

Petersburg National Battlefield Park: The Siege of Petersburg: The Longest Military Event of the Civil War

Chrysler Museum of Art ~ Norfolk, VA

The Moses Myers House, the oldest Jewish home in America ~ Norfolk, VA

Naval Station Norfolk ~ world's largest naval station

General MacArthur Memorial ~ History of WWI and WWII and a great military general. Norfolk, VA

Fort Monroe National Monument ~ A history of our nation ~ Hampton, VA

Kings Dominion Theme Park ~ Richmond, VA ~ fun for all the family

Washington & Lee University - Lexington, VA

Rising Sun Tavern - Built by George Washington's younger brother Charles around 1760 as his home, this frame building became a tavern in 1792, operating as a stopover for travelers in the bustling town of Fredericksburg.

Experience the pre-war life of Confederate General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson at this historic home and garden. Lexington, VA

Old Stone House (Edgar Allen Poe Museum). This house is the oldest known dwelling within the original City of Richmond.

The Robert E. Lee Monument, one of several statues, on Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA