The state of Virginia, pivotal to both the American Revolution and the Civil War, is flooded with historical sites tell telling the stories of the fallen. Mother of States, Virginia, was home to eight of America's presidents and commemorates their legacy in the many historical sites dotted around the place. Albeit Virginia has a rich political history, it also provides for several hiking and biking trails, and camping adventures in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The pristine beaches of Virginia are an elegant addition to the natural wonders of Virginia. Virginia boasts a rich history of Civil war that is preserved in the numerous historic sites dotted across town. Living Museum of Colonial Williamsburg, George Washington's Mount Vernon, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and the historic towns of Jamestown and Yorktown are to name a few of the many noted sites that are visited all round the year.
The historic Jamestown and Yorktown in Colonial National Historical Park recreates the ancient lifestyle of Powhatan's in the living history museum and preserves civil war artefacts in American Revolution museum for a fun educational experience. The Old Dominion is not only popular for its historical significance but also for enthralling hiking and biking trails, thriving flora and fauna, and the breathtaking range of landscapes.
A scenic drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway is a popular attraction among the locals and the tourist. The Natural Bridge Caverns and the Luray caverns are exquisite examples of how Virginia's natural wonders are intertwined with its history, unlike any other place in the United State. Virginia boasts of some of the best beaches in the nation, along the Atlantic coast. Boardwalk, swimming, kayaking, fishing, and collecting seashells along with bird watching and exploring the Wildlife in the National Wildlife Refuge are to name a few of the many attractions on the Chincoteague and Assateague Islands.
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