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Private Civil War History Half-Day Tour
"The tour begins when you are picked up from your departure point by a private air-conditioned vehicle. Your tour guide is award-winning historian Rick Britton and he will give you all the facts of the historical sites that you will see. The highlights in where infamous slave auctions took place. Continue on to see The University of Virginia what once was the headquarter of the Confederate General Hospital. Then on to Rio Hill the site of Albermarle County's only clash of arms.ABOUT YOUR GUIDEA historian of the Old Dominion Rick Britton specializes in 18th and 19th-century Virginia history. His areas of expertise include the American Civil War the life and times of Thomas Jefferson and the history of the central Piedmont. With over 200 published articles and essays under his belt
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Private Winery Tours in Charlottesville
"Choose the perfect vehicle to accommodate your group and then be picked up at your hotel. Find a seat and with complimentary bottled water and a cooler and ice for your wine relax as you are driven through Charlottesville.Arrive at your first winery Jefferson Vineyard. Sample the modern viticulture created by this vineyard located between two presidential homes. Next visit Blenheim Vineyards where you have a selection of wines made from the piedmont landscape. After Blenheim Vineyards
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Private Winery Tours in Charlottesville
"Choose the perfect vehicle to accommodate your group and then be picked up at your hotel. Find a seat and with complimentary bottled water and a cooler and ice for your wine relax as you are driven through Charlottesville.Arrive at your first winery Jefferson Vineyard. Sample the modern viticulture created by this vineyard located between two presidential homes. Next visit Blenheim Vineyards where you have a selection of wines made from the piedmont landscape. After Blenheim Vineyards
From $325.00

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C and O Restaurant

From the outside you would not think much of this place. The entrance is a little deceiving as to the location. At the corner of the building is and old deli sign with the restaurant name. This sign...
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The Local

The Local is a very busy place and reservations are definitely a good idea. I didn't have once so but my name on the wait list. Fortunately there was a seat at the bar so I grabbed that. It's a loud...
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Maya Restaurant

This is a great little place on Main Street. It's in an old brick building with some outdoor seating and tables inside with a full bar. I came on a Thursday night and had the place entirely to myself....
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Salt Artican Market

This is an interesting little place. Looks like an old service station converted into this sandwich shop. Mostly they do take out sandwich orders. Situated in the rural area of C'Ville after the...
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Bodo's Bagels

Bodo's Bagels is a Charlottesville tradition- universally loved in the town, it's an inexpensive and tasty place to dine. There are two locations in Charlottesville, both of which serve bagels and...
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The Nook

We had spent the day exploring Monticello, Michie Tavern Plantation and this lovely historical downtown mall. A really charming place filled with shops and restaurants. The Nook had this wonderful...
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Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center Cafe

Located within the visitor center courtyard is a cafe. The menu includes sandwiches, salads, pastries, kid-friendly options, and hot and cold drinks. Groups can order box lunches in advance. The Café...
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The Virginian

The Virginian is Charlottesville's oldest continuing restaurant. It was founded in the 1920s, and is still in the same location on University Avenue, in the middle of "The Corner", the commercial...
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The Nook

Just before leaving charming Charlottesville we entered the Nook as the name (Indian?) sounded somewhat exotic for us. We didn't like fast-food like interior design, but the very hospitable (southern...
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Sal's Caffe Italia

In the end of our visit to downtown Charlottesville we entered this Italian restaurant which served pizza from a brick oven, Italian subs and pasta. The restaurant was already decorated for incoming...
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The Hardware Store Restaurant

SINCE CLOSEDWhat else would you call a restaurant that's in a former hardware store? The menu at this place is huge: sandwiches, crepes, chicken, ribs, etc. The choices are many...it would take you...
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The Downtown Grill

Okay, so they have fish too, but I can't eat fish, so I've never been tempted. This place serves EXCELLENT steaks--great flavor!!! This is one of those places where everyone gets their own cut of...
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OXO

So what you might not know about Charlottesville is that its nestled in one of the wealthiest counties in the nation. The countryside is full of people like John Grisham, Dave Matthews, Sissy Spacek,...
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The C & O

This restaurant is in all the guidebooks, and for good reason. They have an excellent menu of nightly specials, almost all with a french/continental flair, however, they love to experiment! And almost...
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Top Hotels in Charlottesville

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235 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Virginia, 22902, United States
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2035 India Road, Charlottesville, Virginia, 22901, United States
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200 Ednam Dr, Charlottesville, Virginia, 22903, United States
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990 Hilton Heights Road, Charlottesville, Virginia, 22901, United States
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1309 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Virginia, 22903, United States
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577 Branchlands Boulevard, Charlottesville, Virginia, 22901, United States
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Top Things to Do in Charlottesville

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Monticello

Monticello was the home of Thomas Jefferson for most of his life. Thomas Jefferson was born in 1743 and died on July 4 1826. He was America’s Third President of the United States, Congressman, Author...
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University of Virginia

The University of Virginia is the heart of Charlottesville. It sprawls out on the western edge of the town, with a huge campus and plenty of Palladian architecture. The university is a UNESCO World...
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Ash Lawn Highland

The marker reads: This estate was the home of James Monroe, fifth president of the United States. In 1793, James and Elizabeth Kortright Monroe purchased 1,000 acres adjoining Jefferson's Monticello....
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Michie Tavern

Established in 1784 by Scotsman William Michie, served as the social center of its community and accommodated travelers with food, drink and lodging. In 1927, the Tavern was moved 17 miles to its...
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Downtown Mall

This is what a pedestrian mall should be. It's lined with shops and restaurants, safe, centrally located, and very attractive. The Paramount Theatre offers live show, while the Regal Cinema has...
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Meadow Run Mill & General Store

Not far from the Tavern, the Michie family owned and operated a mill and general store. At the turn of the century the mill fell from decay. In order to recreate the Michie's Tovern plantation (which...
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"The best place to live in the USA?"
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Yaqui

"~Charlottesville~"
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Hopkid

"This is Thomas Jefferson Country..."
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Ewingjr98

"Jefferson's Charlottesville"
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von.otter

"Charlottesville, Main Attractions, Three of Them"
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