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  • Rappahannock River Oysters

  • Rex Theater

    Join WBRF radio Friday evenings for live bluegrass broadcast from the historic theater. More
  • Scott Stadium

    The music scene was fertile here B.D.M.B.—that is, before the Dave Matthews Band, which formed in Charlottesville in the early 1990s. These days, a... More
  • Shenandoah River Outfitters

    The outfitter has everything you need to paddle into the wilderness. For a lazier way to keep cool, try a three-to-five-hour tubing trip. Chow down... More
  • Spa at Homestead

    Take a soak in the natural mineral-spring waters—renowned for their restorative qualities—at the Jefferson Pools. More
  • Stribling Orchard

    Owned and tended by the same family for nearly 200 years, Stribling was one of the first PYO orchards in the Shenandoah Valley. Its striking histor... More
  • Sweet Providence Farm Market & Bakery

    The red-roofed log-cabin store sits on the crest of a steep hill. Its porch (in the Fall) is strewn with pumpkins and features a cider press. Elsew... More
  • Taubman Museum of Art

    L.A. architect, Randall Stout's new building for the Art Museum of Western Virginia sits in the center of Roanoke's revitalized downtown district l... More
  • The Peanut Shop

  • The Toymaker of Williamsburg

  • University of Virginia

    Tour this Jefferson-built institution. More
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    Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

    In May 2010, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts opened a modern glass-and-limestone expansion to its stately 1936 building. The inviting new wing, de... More
  • Warm Springs Mountain Preserve

    Revel in the gorgeous countryside of the Nature Conservancy’s Warm Springs Mountain Preserve and hiking the easy 2.4-mile Ingalls Overlook Trail, w... More
  • White Hall Vineyards

    The winery makes a jammy Petit Verdot. More
  • Wilderness Battlefield

    Where wartime homesteads and fighting trenches remain intact. More

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