Attractions

Top Choice Historic Site in Northern Virginia

Mount Vernon

One of America's most visited historic sites, Mount Vernon was the beloved home of George and Martha Washington, who lived here from the time of their marriage in 1759 until George's death in 1799. Regular guided to…
Top Choice Cemetery in Arlington

Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington is the somber final resting place for more than 400,000 military personnel and their dependents. The 624-acre grounds contain the dead of every war the USA has fought since the Revolution. Highlights inclu…
Top Choice Architecture in Northern Virginia

Pope-Leighey House

Between 1937 and 1959, famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed a series of small-scale houses that he called 'Usonian.' Modest in scale but rich in innovation and detail, these site-specific single-story dwellin…
Top Choice Winery in Loudoun County

Sunset Hills Vineyard

A relative newcomer to the Loudon district, this solar-powered 20-acre winery in the Waterford Cluster incorporates meticulously restored and rebuilt Amish farm buildings dating from the 1870s. The winemakers have r…
Top Choice Winery in Loudoun County

Tarara Vineyard

On a bluff overlooking the Potomac, this 475-acre estate is one of the most attractive vineyards in Virginia. The winery has a 6000-sq-ft cave/cellar, and visitors can enjoy tastings of wines including its well-rega…
Top Choice Winery in Loudoun County

Breaux Vineyards

The best-known vineyard in the Loudoun Heights cluster, Breaux produces a wide range of wines, the best of which are the the Madeleine Chardonnay and the Meritage blend of five Bordeaux varietals. Views from the tas…
Top Choice Museum in Northern Virginia

Steven F Udvar-Hazy Center

The National Air and Space Museum in the Mall is so awesome they made an attic for it: the Steven F Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, VA. It’s three times the size of the DC museum and sprawls through massive hangars …
Top Choice Notable Building in Arlington

Pentagon

South of Arlington Cemetery is the Pentagon, the largest office building in the world and the headquarters of the US Department of Defense, the Army, Navy and Air Force. Outside the building is the Pentagon Memorial…
Historic Site in Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park

More than 13,000 Americans were killed during the Civil War in four battles fought in a 17-mile radius covered by this park: Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, the Wilderness and Spotsylvania Courthouse. Today they a…
Memorial in Arlington

Pentagon Memorial

At this tranquil memorial, 184 illuminated benches honor each man, woman and child killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the Pentagon, headquarters of the US Department of Defense. It opened on Septem…