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Virginia Travel Guide

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The Food-Lover’s Drive Along the Blue Ridge Parkway

Two lanes, 469 miles, and countless reasons to stop and eat: T+L travels the iconic Blue Ridge Parkway to uncover a vibrant Southern food movement.

Colonial Williamsburg's New Reenactments

The historical attraction that is Colonial Williamsburg—the original “living museum”—is updating its act for a new generation.

Vacationist Hotel Deal: Virginia's Homestead Resort, By The Numbers

To celebrate the upcoming July 4th holiday weekend, Vacationist is spotlighting one of America’s oldest resorts, The Homestead, a Virginia grande dame that’s welcomed almost...

Vacationist Hotel Deals: Virginia, D.C. + Costa Rica

Book now on Vacationist, and you can stay in some of your favorite hotels and resorts for up to 40% off. SALE ENDS IN 2...

Walking Virginia's Widening Wine Trail

As any University of Virginia grad will breathlessly assert, Charlottesville, VA is America's greatest college town. Perhaps even the world's. (Oxford? Bah!) Even this state-school...

The Virginias: Still Swinging

The spirit of the Slammer is alive and well in this citadel of American golf

Virginia is for (Flower) Lovers

As a Maine girl through and through, I’ve been a bit confounded lately by my new blossoming obsession with the South—plotting long weekends in Charleston,...

Touring New York's Most Dynamic Neighborhoods

How do you know when a neighborhood has truly arrived? T+L looks for the telltale signs in three NYC neighborhoods: TriBeCa, Harlem, and Williamsburg.

Virginia Unbridled

Washington, D.C., may be all about political jockeying, but drive some 50 miles south and you'll find yourself in the heart of Virginia's horse (and...

Best Civil War Sites

Enlist your troop for a 150th-anniversary trip to the battlefields, museums, and sites that can make sense of the Civil War.
HOTELS

The Jefferson Hotel

Richmond's most storied hotel, an 1895 Beaux-Arts property complete with porticoes and a clock tower, located in the heart of downtown. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Sally Bell's Kitchen

Less than a mile from I-95, Sally Bell's bakes on the premises all manner of Southern breads, pies, and cakes, but it's the white cardboard lunch boxes, tied with butcher's string, that have locals... more ›


ACTIVITIES

American in Paris

Owners Carol and Gary Konkel share 20 years experience and a discerning eye for mid-18th to mid-19th century American antiques with a specialty in American country, high country, and formal furniture... more ›


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