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  • Capital: Richmond


  • Largest city: Virginia Beach


  • Highest point: Mount Rogers, 5,729 ft (1746 m)


  • Lowest point: Atlantic Ocean, sea level


  • Admission to Union: June 25, 1788 (10th)

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Virginia State Information

  • Virginia Beach is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as having the longest pleasure beach in the world


  • The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, the longest bridge-tunnel complex in the world.


  • Monticello, Founding Father Thomas Jefferson’s iconic Charlottesville plantation


  • Thunderstorms are a regular occurrence, and the state has an average of 40 days of thunderstorms per year.


  • Northern Virginia has the largest Vietnamese population on the East Coast


  • The Virginia State Fair is held at the Richmond International Raceway every September


  • Colonial Williamsburg is a living-history museum and private foundation presenting part of a historic district in the city of Williamsburg


  • "Virginia is for Lovers"


Virginia Points of Interest

Virginia Points of Interest

Points of Interest of Virginia, Things To Do, Places To Go, People To Meet

Virginia State Counties

134 Counties in Virginia, including 39 Independent Cities

  1. Accomack County


  2. Albemarle County


  3. Alleghany County


  4. Amelia County


  5. Amherst County


  6. Appomattox County


  7. Arlington County


  8. Augusta County


  9. Bath County


  10. Bedford County


  11. Bland County


  12. Botetourt County


  13. Brunswick County


  14. Buchanan County


  15. Buckingham County


  16. Campbell County


  17. Caroline County


  18. Carroll County


  19. Charles City County


  20. Charlotte County


  21. Chesterfield County


  22. Craig County


  23. Culpeper County


  24. Cumberland County


  25. Dickenson County


  26. Dinwiddie County


  27. Essex County


  28. Fairfax County


  29. Fauquier County


  30. Floyd County


  31. Fluvanna County


  32. Franklin County


  33. Frederick County


  34. Giles County


  35. Gloucester County


  36. Goochland County


  37. Grayson County


  38. Greene County


  39. Greensville County


  40. Halifax County


  41. Hanover County


  42. Henrico County


  43. Henry County


  44. Highland County


  45. Isle Of Wight County


  46. James City County


  47. King And Queen County


  48. King George County


  49. King William County


  50. Lancaster County


  51. Lee County


  52. Loudoun County


  53. Louisa County


  54. Lunenburg County


  55. Madison County


  56. Mathews County


  57. Mecklenburg County


  58. Middlesex County


  59. Montgomery County


  60. Nelson County


  61. New Kent County


  62. Northampton County


  63. Northumberland County


  64. Nottoway County


  65. Orange County


  66. Page County


  67. Patrick County


  68. Pittsylvania County


  69. Powhatan County


  70. Prince Edward County


  71. Prince George County


  72. Prince William County


  73. Pulaski County


  74. Rappahannock County


  75. Richmond County


  76. Roanoke County


  77. Rockbridge County


  78. Rockingham County


  79. Russell County


  80. Scott County


  81. Shenandoah County


  82. Smyth County


  83. Southampton County


  84. Spotsylvania County


  85. Stafford County


  86. Surry County


  87. Sussex County


  88. Tazewell County


  89. Warren County


  90. Washington County


  91. Westmoreland County


  92. Wise County


  93. Wythe County


  94. York County






Our Story

  • An incredible amount of American history is deeply entrenched within the beautiful confines of the Commonwealth of Virginia. In 1607, the London Company founded the colony of Virginia. The newly established colony served as the very first permanent English settlement in the new world. This ground-breaking establishment was unfortunately kept afloat by native American land and slave labor in its early years of existence. After establishing a firm plantation based economy, the London Company determined that Virginia was stable enough for permanent settlement by fellow Englishmen. The establishment of Virginia as America's original colonial settlement remains an unparalleled occurrence, but is only a small deposit in the state's bank of historical fortune. In addition to Virginia's incredible past is an alluring set of geographical features that are sure to appeal to visitors of all demographics.


  • Located just south of our nation's capital in Washington, D.C., The Commonwealth of Virginia is deeply saturated with historical treasures. Often referred to as the “Mother of Presidents”, Virginia is the proud birthplace of eight United States Commander-in-Chiefs. While visiting the proud state of Virginia, finding your way over to Charlottesville is briskly encouraged. Charlottesville possesses sustained natural beauty within its city limits; something that has become an increasingly rare feature among travel destinations. This majestic Virginian city is home to a number of beautiful must see vineyards and orchards. Without a close comparable second, Thomas Jefferson's home at Monticello in Charlottesville is the town's number one draw. The Monticello home is considered an architectural masterpiece and is beautifully placed upon a mountain. Designed by President Jefferson himself, the home at Monticello is incredible. Tours of the home and outlying lands are offered year round.


  • A number of nationally protected parks are found in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Virginia's Parks were recently elected as “America's Best” by the Sports Foundation and the National Recreation and Park Association. The state's aesthetically stimulating national parks provide a very diverse set of entertainment options. Whether whitewater rafting, climbing majestic mountain peaks, or taking in mother nature on an overnight camping trip, Virginia's nationally acclaimed parks are sure to provide an unforgettable experience. Virginia, or the The Gateway to the South, is home to scream enticing theme parks and exotic zoos.


  • The Commonwealth of Virginia is a fantastic travel destination for just about anyone. Virginia's unparalleled history, jaw-dropping diverse topography, beautifully preserved national parks, zoos, and theme parks provide a can't miss tourism experience. So whether you choose to challenge your stomach by riding a breath-taking roller coaster or decide to feed your historical cravings in one of Virginia's many museums, excitement awaits you in America's first colony.


  • The state is known as the "Old Dominion" and sometimes as "Mother of Presidents", because it is the birthplace of eight U.S. presidents. The state nickname is the oldest symbol, though it has never been made official by law. Virginia was given the title, "Dominion", by King Charles II of England


  • The Department of Defense is headquartered in Arlington at The Pentagon, the world's largest office building.


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