National Cherry Blossom Festival March 20 – April 17, 2016. See the blossoming of thousands of cherry trees on the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC. The capital welcomes spring with this annual tradition begun by the gift of 600 trees to the United States from Japan in 1912. Don’t miss… read more →
Whether your just looking for a caffeine fix, a mega sized cup of Cocoa or a scrumptious Pastry, there is sure to be a true winner in this list of Unique and Trendy Coffee Shops in Virginia! Blackstone Coffee Company, Fredericksburg When you make quality your top priority, chances are,… read more →
Williamsburg It’s not hard to see why Williamsburg would come in #13 on Travel + Leisure Magazine’s national list of Best Towns for the Holidays. Williamsburg is known for its incredible attention to details, beautiful historic representation and ability to make everything just a little more fun. The holiday are… read more →
Wine growing in Virginia dates back to the early seventeenth century, when English settlers at Jamestown unsuccessfully attempted to cultivate European vines. The coastal climate of the Chesapeake proved inhospitable for grape growing, but modern technology and viticultural techniques have solved these problems. The topography and geology of the state… read more →
Redskins Training Camp July 30-August 16, 2015. Redskins Park, Richmond, Virginia. Fans are invited to watch the Washington Redskins gear up for the season. Citi Open Tennis Classic August 1-9, 2015. This is an annual men’s tennis tournament held in Washington, DC.
There’s something special about a good old-fashioned county fair. The counties of Maryland and Virginia that surround Washington, DC each host a summer fair, complete with carnival rides, live animal shows, musical entertainment, arts and craft exhibits, and lots of food. Each county fair has its own specialty, so check… read more →