A Weekend Escape That's Good For Your Soul.

Within eyesight of Washington, DC, on the Potomac River waterfront, Alexandria’s storied setting belies a cosmopolitan scene – a haven for foodies, boutique-seekers, and art and history lovers.

A Great Escape Awaits...

Slow down, relax, take a stroll, or enjoy a scenic drive in Winchester-Frederick County, Virginia's Gateway to the Shenandoah Valley. Just 5 hours from New York City via I -78 and I-81, Winchester-Frederick County offers big city amenities with small town charm.

One Of The Best Smallest Towns In America

Recognized as one of the "Best 20 Small Towns in America" by Smithsonian, and named one of "America's Greatest Main Streets" by Travel + Leisure, Staunton is proof that a small city can make a big impression.

Home To A Number Of Exciting Attractions

Bedford, Virginia is a perfect hub for exploring South-Central Virginia. Located just 30 minutes from downtown Roanoke and Lynchburg, and close to Appomattox where the Civil War ended, Bedford is home to a number of exciting attractions.

Visit Hampton, Virginia

A spectacular location on the Chesapeake Bay and Hampton Roads harbor complimented by dynamic attractions, water recreation, exceptional shopping and decadent dining, all in a charming setting you won't want to leave.


Motorsports, Music and More...

In Bristol, you'll find the stories of yesterday are still being written today. Stories that started with humble beginnings have grown to legendary proportions.


Jamestown Settlement
Where History Is Fun

Friends and families can experience the story of America's beginnings — from the founding of America's first permanent English colony in 1607 to the Revolution and establishment of a new nation almost two centuries later.


Where History Comes To Life!

Come visit where America began and History lives, even today! Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown make up the Historic Triangle of Virginia and are also well represented by world-class accommodations, attractions, restaurants, and golf.