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Charlottesville

in Main Street

Approximately 60 miles West of Richmond is the city of Charlottesville, home to the University of Virginia. The University was founded by Thoma Jefferson in 1817. A must see is Jefferson's home, the Monticello, which is an architectural work of art. In downtown Charlottesville there is a pedestrian mall with dozens of shops, stores, boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants, many with outdoor dining.

605 E. Main St.
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
United States

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Virginia Beach

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Located only 105 miles from Richmond, Virginia Beach offers numerous recreational, historical and cultural opportunities, with 28 miles of public beach area and its popular 3-mile Boardwalk! First Landing State Park, features trails for hiking and biking, camp sites, swimming and rental sports equipment. Some of the most visited attractions are the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center.

2100 Parks Avenue
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451
United States

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Fredericksburg

in Main Street

One hour North of Richmond is Fredericksburg, an area that is a classic blend of modern life with small town charm. The city features a variety of chef-owned restaurants, numerous art galleries, a wide range of specialty shops, and one of America's most authentic, historic, downtowns. Stafford is host to George Washington's boyhood home, and Spotsylvania boasts a 4,440 acre Civil War battlefield.

706 Caroline Street
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401
United States

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Colonial Williamsburg

in Main Street

42 miles away from Richmond is this historic city that showcases life as it was in the Colonial Days. There are 200 acres with hundreds of public buildings, stores and homes all as they were in the 1600's, from the town tavern to the Governor's Palace. Be sure to visit the charming updated downtown shops and restaurants. Busch Gardens amusement park and Water Country USA park are also close by.

P.O. Box 1776
Williamsburg, Virginia 23187
United States

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Shenandoah National Park

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Just 67 miles from Richmond via route 64 west (exit 99) is the Shenandoah Park, part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It stretches for 105 miles from its northern entrance at Front Royal to its southern entrance near Waynesboro. The 75 overlooks provide stunning views, especially in the Fall. The park offers hundreds of miles of hiking trails, horse back riding, camping, bicycling, and many waterfalls.

3655 US Highway 211 East
Luray, Virginia 22835
United States

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Shenandoah National Park

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Just 67 miles from Richmond via route 64 west (exit 99) is the Shenandoah Park, part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It stretches for 105 miles from its northern entrance at Front Royal to its southern entrance near Waynesboro. The 75 overlooks provide stunning views, especially in the Fall. The park offers hundreds of miles of hiking trails, horse back riding, camping, bicycling, and many waterfalls.

3655 US Highway 211 East
Luray, Virginia 22835
United States

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Colonial Williamsburg

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42 miles away from Richmond is this historic city that showcases life as it was in the Colonial Days. There are 300 acres with hundreds of public buildings, stores and homes all as they were in the 1600's, from the town tavern to the Governor's Palace. Be sure to visit the charming updated downtown shops and restaurants. Busch Gardens amusement park and Water Country USA park are also close by.

P. O. Box 1776
Williamsburg, Virginia 23187
United States

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Virginia Beach

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Located only 105 miles from Richmond, Virginia Beach offers numerous recreational, historical and cultural opportunities, with 28 miles of public beach area and its popular 3-mile Boardwalk! First Landing State Park, features trails for hiking and biking, camp sites, swimming and rental sports equipment. Some of the most visited attractions are the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center.

2100 Parks Avenue
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451
United States

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Fredericksburg

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One hour North of Richmond is Fredericksburg, an area that is a classic blend of modern life with small town charm. The city features a variety of chef-owned restaurants, numerous art galleries, a wide range of specialty shops, and one of America's most authentic, historic, downtowns. Stafford is host to George Washington's boyhood home, and Spotsylvania boasts a 4,440 acre Civil War battlefield.

706 Caroline Street
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401
United States

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Charlottesville

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Approximately 60 miles West of Richmond is the city of Charlottesville, home to the University of Virginia. The University was founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1817. A must see is Jefferson's home, the Monticello, which is an architectural work of art. In downtown Charlottesville there is a pedestrian mall with dozens of shops, stores, boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants, many with outdoor dining.

605 E. Main St.
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
United States

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