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  • Monticello

    in 1770, Jefferson sold some of the land surrounding Monticello, his sprawling Palladian home up in the hills just outside Charlottesville, to an I... More
  • Mount Vernon

    Mount Vernon, built in 1757 on the Potomac River, served as the home of George Washington for more than four decades. A portion of the original est... More
  • Mountfair Vineyards

    The just-opened Mountfair Vineyards focuses on small-batch, Bordeaux-style blends. More
  • Paramount Theater

    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
  • Pillow Mint

    The shop sells John Robshaw quilts and Blissliving bedsheets. More
  • Polyface Farm

    Sustainability guru Joel Salatin leads Intensive Discovery Seminars—where you’ll learn about raising poultry and eco-friendly farming. More
  • Pony Express Nature Tours

    Take a guided wildlife tour on a canopied boat to see the island’s famous wild ponies—and even dolphins and bald eagles. More
  • Public Hospital of 1773

  • PX

    Artful cocktails designed by expert mixologist Todd Thrasher are PX’s hallmark, like Gimme S’More (chocolaty brown and swirled white, torched on th... More
  • 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

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