It’s no secret why Virginia’s state motto is “Virginia is for Lovers.” Simply put, whatever you love to do, you’ll find it in Virginia. If you’ve never been before, or are looking for assistance in creating a memorable vacation itinerary, here are our picks for the top ten things for families to do in Virginia.
Trekaroo wants to make sure that you know a few of the ways to spend the holidays at theme parks across the U.S.A.
We were fortunate enough to enjoy the opening weekend of holiday festivities in Williamsburg, VA, and they definitely know how to deck the halls! Planning a holiday excursion to the beautiful Historic Triangle? Here are some must-sees and dos for your family!
I’ve listened to my friends rave about their relaxing vacations in oceanfront hotels and strolls along the boardwalk in Virginia Beach from the moment that I arrived on the East Coast two years ago. But, I’m simply not a relaxing on the beach sort of gal; I love the sand between my toes and the […]
Photo By Woman_In_Travel Just a short drive beyond the traffic of the beltway and the crowds of tourists in Washington D.C., families can find great local food and drink in Northern Virginia’s Wine Country. While the area continues to grow and develop to meet the demands of the Capital Region, there are still plenty of […]
Photo Courtesy of BigStock One of my favorite parts of being a homeschooling family is seeking out the opportunities to experience hands on activities. I love to see them light up when we connect the dots between learning and knowing. Field trips are a wonderful way to connect those dots for kids and to touch […]
Here are ten day trips from Washington DC (less than 90 miles from the White House) perfect for travelers visiting Washington DC with families.
Virginia’s Blue Ridge Parkway follows the ridge line of the Blue Ridge Mountains as it winds for almost 217 miles from Shenandoah National Park to the North Carolina border. The entire 469 mile Blue Ridge Parkway through both Virginia and North Carolina is one of the most visited areas managed by the U.S. National […]
Shenandoah National Park: its vast beauty beckons visitors from all across the world. While the park is only a short 70-mile drive from Washington D.C., once a family drives up Skyline Drive, parks the car, and hits the trail, it feels like it could be a million miles from the metropolis. It’s possible for families […]