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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
 
Private Crozet Winery Tours
"Select the perfect vehicle to accommodate your group and then be picked up at your hotel to begin your round-trip transportation for your private 5-hour tour. Make yourself comfortable in the vehicle stocked with bottled water and a cooler with ice for your wine and then be driven to your first vineyard.Start your day at White Hall Vineyards an award-winning winery with an exceptional selection of wine. Visit Stinson Vineyard next for a tasting of wines with a distinct French influence. Then go to Glass House Winery a unique
From $325.00

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Haversack Store (Museum of the Confederacy)

There were numerous large and small, old and current patterns of flags available in the store. I was looking for a book on flags displayed in the Museum of the Confederacy and I found the book:...
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John Greenhow store

John Greenhow was an interesting man. There are reports he went bankrupt in England around the 1750's. Soon after, he arrived in Williamsburg and open a store selling a variety of goods. He had a 3...
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Jamestown Glasshouse

At the current glasshouse at the Glasshouse historic site, they have a store selling glassware that was made on site. The glassware is in the style of the period of early 17 century and revolutionary...
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Visitor's Center Shop

Inside the Roane Building you not only find the volunteers who can answer questions and information about the history of the building and of the area, brochures, maps and general tourist information,...
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Tan-A Supermarket

Sells a variety of Asia groceries, impressed with what they carry but not happy with the service. No one could help me find sweet soy sauce and then another customer actually showed me where it was....
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William Pitt Merchant Store

This is a small brick house that has been converted into a period merchant store. They specialize is selling reproduction souvenir products mostly for children such as, hats, clothes and toy wood...
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Carytown

Carytown is definitely the home to the ecclectic shoppers of Richmond. This is the only part of town where you can find stores dedicated to the care and feeding of your dogs, right next door to the...
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Tarpley, Thompson and Company

This store specializes in selling tavernware, pewter and glassware that would have been used in local taverns during colonial times. The items to me did not seem period accurate and most items had...
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Short Pump Town Centre

Short Pump has most of the shops that appeal to me but my main reason to drive here is the fabulous Dilliards store. I discovered Dilliards when my husband and I were stationed in Texas- and it's been...
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Westland Shopping Centre

Westland Shopping Center is a rather plain strip mall on West Broad Street. They sure make the most of the name by having a corny cactus symbol in front, making the strip mall hard to miss. It has...
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Fairfield Commons

What ever happened to the community shopping center? It is alive and well at Fairfield Commons Mall. Fairifeld Commons can boast that it is the longest surviving indoor shopping mall in the Richmond...
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Regency Square Mall

Regency is a pretty nice mall that has been around for about 30 years. The mall over the last few years has lost alot of its stronger name-brand stores like Gap and Banana Republic to the newer Stony...
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Tuckernuck Square

Your website says a virtual tour of the shopping center. You do not have a tour on the website. I was looking for the name of a restaurant you have in the center but you do not have a list of the...
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Cary Court Park & Shop

Chocoholics unite! If you love chocolate and savor each delectable, yummy piece, if you're visiting Richmond, you may want to drop by this "Death By Chocolate" shop. It has every type of chocolate you...
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101 W Franklin St, Franklin & Adams Sts, Richmond, Virginia, 23220, United States
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Top Things to Do in Virginia

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Canal Walk

Capt. Christopher Newport landed in what is now known as Richmond, Virginia on May 24, 1607. Newport was part of the original settlement that had just landed at Jamestown. Along with 21 crew members,...
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Governor's Palace

Governor Edward Nott persuaded the General Assembly to authorize its construction with an act passed October 23, 1705, and building began the following summer. The act directed contractor Henry Cary...
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Beaches and Activities

My girlfriend and I put together a Virginia Beach vacation. We both love outdoors, water, hiking and nature, but we needed something that was totally relaxing. We found Spa Phoenix on the web....
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Mary's Rock

We stopped on a drive north from the Big Meadows Visitor Center at a roadside stop called Mary's Rock. The tunnel was built in 1932 and cuts through 600 feet of the mountainside. It and the...
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Monticello

Daily, year-round Tours run throughout the day. Get an intimate look at the extraordinary house Thomas Jefferson built and furnished for himself and his family. See the furnishings, art, books,...
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Jail Alley

While I was walking along Caroline Street, I passed an alley with the words "Jail Alley" painted on the wall of a building in the alley. I took a few pictures and decided to check this out when I...
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