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Dixie Pottery � Located in the Blue Ridge Highlands off I-81 Exit 13 and in Claypool Hill Mall at Rte 19 and Rte 460.

Barter Theatre Abingdon, Virginia � The State Theatre of Virginia, shows February to December.   for tickets.

National D-Day Memorial � In the Blue Ridge Mountains, Bedford Virginia  .

Natural Bridge of Virginia � One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world, Cavern tours, Wax Museum, Monacan Indian Living History Village.

George C. Marshall Museum � Lexington Virginia, exhibit on the Nobel prize winning architect of the Marshall Plan, open 9-5 except holidays, .

Frontier Culture Museum � living history museum with exhibits on Europe and America�s past open daily, Exit 222 off I-81, .

P. Buckley Moss Museum � Waynesboro Virginia, Exhibits works by artist P Buckley , free admission, .

Grand Caverns � Caves, March weekends and daily April-October, Exit 235 off I-81.

Endless Caverns � Virginia's longest caverns tour  Exit 257 off I-81 N. or Exit 264 off I-81 S., .

New Market Battlefields State Historical Park � Site of 1864 Confederate victory famous by charge of VMI Cadets, Exit 264 off I-81, .

Shenandoah Caverns (VA�s only cavern with elevators), Exit 269 off I-81, .

Luray Caverns � National Landmark, eastern USA largest and most popular caverns, world�s only Stalacpipe Organ, open year-round, Exit 264 off I-81, .

Shenandoah National Park � Mountain playground with rustic cabins or guestrooms available, hiking, mountain cuisine, horseback riding, 1 � hours west of Washington DC, .

National Firearms Museum �  Fairfax,  Virginia 500 years of American history and 600 years of firearm development, displays  2000 firearms, .

George Washington�s Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens � 8 miles from Alexandria,  Virginia, Over 500 open acres overlooking the Potomac River, includes George Washington�s mansion and tomb, 2 museums, open daily,  .

Flying Circus Airshow � 22 miles North of Fredericksburg,  Virginia, antique airplanes, skydiving, sightseeing, located , .

Potomac Mills � 220 discount direct dealers, one of the world�s largest outlet malls, Exit 156 off I-95, .

Agecroft Hall & Gardens � Historic home rescued from destruction in England, 23 acres of gardens overlooking the James River, .

Science Museum of Virginia � Richmond,  Virginia, Hundreds of hands-on exhibits, IMAX DOME shows giant films and multimedia, in .

Berkeley Plantation � Charles City,  Virginia, 1726 , historic plantation, � mile of gardens.

Shirley Plantation �  between Richmond and Williamsburg, Virginia oldest plantation, North America�s oldest family business, been through eleven generations, home of Robert E. Lee�s mother, views of James River, Rte 5  .

Virginia Air and Space Center � Hampton,  Virginia, NASA artifacts, IMAX Theater, .

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel � 17.6 miles between each shore, world�s largest bridge-tunnel complex, .

The Assateague National Wildlife Refuge � Great for observing wildlife, trails, facilities, beach, close to Chincoteague Island, .

Virginia Beach � Miles of clean beaches, recreation, family activities, shopping and more

Virginia Marine Science Museum �  Virginia Beach,  largest aquarium with over 800,000 gallons, includes IMAX 3-D and 2-D theater, .

Norfolk Botanical Garden � 155 acres and 24 theme gardens, open daily, .

Nauticus, The National Maritime Center and the Battleship Wisconsin � Open year-round in downtown Norfolk, includes the Hampton Roads Naval Museum, .

 Children�s Museum of Virginia �  Portsmouth.  Virginia Olde Towne, over 80 hands-on exhibits, .

St. Luke�s Church � Smithfield,  Virginia, Nation�s only original Gothic church, houses the oldest organ in the US