Virginia is a state rich in history. The state has an advantage above the record of eight, the highest of any state, as four of the first five presidents were born there.



Richmond's significant past as a hub of the American independence movement and the Confederacy's capitol from 1861 to 1865 is still evident in several parts of the capital city.

Arlington National Cemetery

The white marble Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is guarded round-the-clock by an honour guard during the course of the year.

Virginia Beach

With the typical hotels, amusements, and lengthy boardwalk, Virginia Beach is a highly well-liked and sometimes busy resort town.

Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon, which served as George Washington's residence from 1754 until his death 45 years later, was always under construction under his personal supervision.

Shenandoah National Park

One of the park's biggest draws is its lovely hiking paths. Although the park's flowering trees and bushes are at their best in the spring and summer .

Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center

 The Space Shuttle Discovery, which serves as the focal point of the space science exhibitions, is arguably the most remarkable of these.

Natural Bridge of Virginia

The Natural Bridge, one of the country's oldest tourist destinations, is almost 215 feet tall, with a span of 90 feet, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Luray Caverns

Within an enormous subterranean network, the Luray Caverns offer beautiful instances of calcite formations that at times seem an extraterrestrial world rather than a local natural monument.