Top 10 Most Visited Tourist Attractions in Virginia | Attractions of America

Top 10 Most Visited Tourist Attractions in Virginia | Attractions of America

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3 Popular Attractions In Virginia

  • Luray Caverns: Cave in Luray, Virginia.
  • Facts About Virginia
    • Virginia Beach is an independent city in the US state of Virginia.
    • The First Thanksgiving Was In Virginia It happened at Berkeley Plantation in Charles City, VA.
    • The Chesepians were the first inhabitants of Virginia Beach.
    • First Landing State Park offers recreational opportunities at Cape Henry in the independent city of Virginia Beach. As the first planned state park of Virginia, First Landing is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Seashore State Park Historic District. A portion of the park is listed as a National Natural Landmark as part of the Seashore Natural Area. The state park is near the site of the first landing on April 26, 1607 of Christopher Newport and the Virginia Company colonists before establishing themselves at Jamestown.
    • They Didn’t Start Out Growing Tobacco Virginia was supposed to be a silk colony. After a fungus wiped out the trees that the worms feed on, they switched to tobacco.

    Washington–Baltimore Metropolitan Area
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    Baltimore Harbor from rest.jpg
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    The National Mall in Washington, D.C., Baltimore's Inner Harbor, and Rosslyn in Arlington

    38°58′N 77°19′W / 38.97°N 77.32°W / 38.97; -77.32Coordinates: 38°58′N 77°19′W / 38.97°N 77.32°W / 38.97; -77.32 Country Flag of the United States.svg United States State or area – Flag of Washington, D.C..svg District of Columbia
    Flag of Maryland.svg Maryland
    Flag of Virginia.svg Virginia
    Flag of Pennsylvania.svg Pennsylvania
    Flag of West Virginia.svg West Virginia Constituent Metropolitan & Micropolitan Areas Core Areas:

    Washington Metropolitan Area
    Baltimore Metropolitan Area

    Outlying Areas:
    Hagerstown–Martinsburg Metropolitan Area
    Chambersburg–Waynesboro, PA Metropolitan Area
    Winchester, VA–WV Metropolitan Area
    California–Lexington Park, MD Metropolitan Area
    Easton, MD Micropolitan Area

    Cambridge, MD Micropolitan Area Principal cities Washington, D.C.
    Arlington, VA
    Alexandria, VA
    Baltimore, MD,
    Annapolis, MD
    Bethesda, MD
    Chambersburg, PA
    Columbia, MD
    Easton, MD
    Fairfax, VA
    Falls Church, VA
    Frederick, MD
    Fredericksburg, VA
    Gaithersburg, MD
    Hagerstown, MD
    Lexington Park, MD
    Manassas, VA
    Manassas Park, VA
    Martinsburg, WV
    Rockville, MD
    Reston, VA
    Silver Spring, MD
    Towson, MD
    Tysons, VA
    Waynesboro, PA
    Winchester, VA Population


    9,973,383 (4th) Time zone UTC-5 (EST) •Summer (DST) UTC-4 (EDT)


    Planning for a vacation in Virginia this Year? Looking for fun things to do? We have been asked many times: What are the top places to see in Virginia? So here is our list of top 10 “Must-See” attractions in Virginia.

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