The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar
Housed in the 1861 Gun Foundry, the exhibit explores the war through three interwoven perspectives: Union, Confederate and African-American. 500 Tredegar St. (804) 780-1865, ext. 10, or www.tredegar.org. Open daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. $.
Beth Ahabah Museum and Archives
Galleries contain changing exhibits about Richmond and Virginia Jewish experiences. The collection includes portraits, genealogies, photographs, documents and memorabilia. 1109 W. Franklin St. (804) 353-2668 or www.bethahabah.org. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday-Thursday. $.
Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia
Located in Jackson Ward, the museum exhibits artifacts that illustrate the history of African-Americans, with an emphasis on Virginians. 00 Clay St. (804) 780-9093 or www.blackhistorymuseum.org. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. $.
Stretching 1.25 miles along the James River and the Kanawha and Haxall Canals, the Canal Walk presents four centuries of Richmond’s history interpreted through medallions, monuments and exhibits. Multiple access points at nearly every block between Fifth and 17th streets; handicapped-accessible entrances at Fifth, 10th, 12th, 14th and 16th streets. (804) 788-6466 or www.venturerichmond.com. Free.
Edgar Allan Poe Museum
This museum features a collection of artifacts belonging to Poe, who began his literary career in Richmond. 1914-16 E. Main St. (804) 648-5523 or www.poemuseum.org. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. Last tour ends at 5 p.m. $.
Eppington Plantation was built circa 1768 by Francis Eppes VI, brother-in-law of Thomas Jefferson. This historic site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 14201 Eppes Falls Road. (804) 748-1623 or www.chesterfield.gov. Open by appointment only. Free.
Since the 18th century, Hanover Tavern has served as a public gathering place offering food and hospitality for travelers. The tavern is also home to the Barksdale Theatre Company and Michelle’s Restaurant. 13181 Hanover Courthouse Road. (804) 537-5050 or www.hanovertavern.org. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Saturday. $.
Haunts of Richmond
Nighttime ghost tours and indoor haunted attractions bring Richmond Region ghost stories to life. 11 N. 18th St. (804) 343-3700 or www.hauntsofrichmond.com. 9p.m. Thursday-Saturday, May-October. Private tours available on request. $.
Henricus Historical Park
The re-created site of the second successful English settlement in the New World also features culture of the Powhatan Indians at the re-created village of Arrohateck. 251 Henricus Park Road. (804) 706-1340 or www.henricus.org. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. $.
Historic Polegreen Church
One of the first churches founded by Anglican dissenters in early America, the church was built in 1755. It burned during the Civil War. This re-created version is based on original drawings. 6421 Heatherwood Drive. (804) 266-6186 or www.historicpolegreen.org. Free.
Established in 1847, Hollywood Cemetery is the final resting place of two U.S. presidents (James Monroe and John Tyler), other famous Virginians and thousands of Confederate soldiers. 412 S. Cherry St. (804) 648-8501 or www.hollywoodcemetery.org. Cemetery gates open daily 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Map ($1) available in office, which is open 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Free.
James River Cellars Winery
Award-winning wines from Virginia-grown grapes. 11008 Washington Highway. (804) 550-7516. Tastings and tours 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday and Monday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. $.
John Marshall House and Garden
John Marshall, third chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, built this house in 1790 and made it his home for 45 years. The Federal-style house contains many of the Marshall family’s original furnishings. 818 E. Marshall St. (804) 648-7998 or www.apva.org/marshall. 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Sunday. $.
The amusement park has two children’s areas, the region’s largest collection of roller coasters, a water park and, new in 2008, the world’s longest floorless coaster. Located off I-95 at exit 98, 20 miles north of Richmond. (804) 876-5000 or www.kingsdominion.com. Open daily Memorial Day-Labor Day, weekends in the spring and fall. $.
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
The garden blooms year-round and includes more than 40 acres of spectacular plants and a 63-foot-tall domed conservatory housing orchids, exotic plants and changing displays. 1800 Lakeside Ave. (804) 262-9887 or www.lewisginter.org. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. $.
Library of Virginia
The collections include ledgers of plantation owners and petitions of slaves and free blacks, Indian treaties, and Virginia’s original copy of the United States Bill of Rights. 800 E. Broad St. (804) 692-3500 or www.lva.virginia.gov. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday. Free.
Maggie L. Walker National Historical Site
This National Park Service site commemorates the life of a progressive African-American woman who grew up in post-Civil War Richmond and was the first female founder/president of a chartered bank in the United States. 600 N. Second St. (804) 771-2017 or www.nps.gov/mawa. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday- Saturday. Free.
Explore the Maymont House Museum, Italian and Japanese gardens, a carriage collection, 700 animals in wildlife exhibits, the Children’s Farm, and the Nature Center. Nature & Visitor Center, 2201 Shields Lake Drive; Maymont House Museum, 1700 Hampton St. (804) 358-7166 or www.maymont.org. Grounds open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. November-March, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. April-October. Exhibits open noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Free.
Meadow Farm Museum
An 1860s farm featuring a historic farmhouse and tobacco barn, as well as crop fields and farm animals. Costumed interpreters are available throughout the year. 3400 Mountain Road. (804) 501-5520 or www.co.henrico.va.us/rec. Grounds open sunrise-sunset daily. Buildings open noon-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Free; small fee for some classes.
The development of this National Historic Landmark began in 1890 with the unveiling of a monument to Gen. Robert E. Lee. Since then, Richmond has erected statues for three Confederate leaders and, in the mid-1990s, for tennis star and philanthropist Arthur Ashe Jr. It begins in the Fan District at the intersection of Harrison Street and extends west to Horsepen Road. Free.
Old Dominion Railway Museum
Housed in a restored Railway Express Agency car, the museum features photos and artifacts. 102 Hull St. (804) 233-6237 or www.odcnrhs.org. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Free.
Richmond National Battlefield Park Civil War Visitor Center at Historic Tredegar
Meet a National Park Service Ranger and see three floors of exhibits, maps and audio-visual programs that introduce the story of Richmond during the Civil War and the battlefields that surround the city. 490 Tredegar St., (804) 771-2145 or www.nps.gov/rich. Open daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free.
Rockwood Nature Center
The Children’s Corner features activities related to the park’s animals and plants. Rockwood Park, at the intersection of Courthouse and Hull Street roads. (804) 674-1629 or www.chesterfield.gov. Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Free.
St. John’s Church
St. John’s Church, the site of Patrick Henry’s impassioned oratory “Give me liberty or give me death,” is the oldest wooden church (1741) in Virginia and remains an active congregation. Summer Sundays at 2 p.m. provide a free re-enactment of the 1775 debate among 10 of the Founding Fathers. 2401 E. Broad St. (804) 648-5015 or www.historicstjohnschurch.org. Guided church tours 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 1-4 p.m. Sunday. $.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
An elegant example of Greek Revival architecture featuring Tiffany windows. 815 E. Grace St. (804) 643-3589 or www.stpauls-episcopal.org. Self-guided tours 10 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, after services Sunday. Free.
Science Museum of Virginia
Exhibits include “Newton in Space,” where you can float on air and ride a Segway. Visit the Ethyl IMAXDOME and Planetarium for giant-screen films and planetarium shows. 2500 W. Broad St. (804) 864-1400 or (800) 659-1727 or www.smv.org. 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. IMAXDOME films Friday and Saturday evenings in addition to daytime schedules. $.
Built in the 18th century, Scotchtown served as home to Patrick Henry, Revolutionary War spokesman and first Virginia governor. 16120 Chiswell Lane. (804) 227-3500 or www.apva.org/scotch town. 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Thursday-Monday, 1:30-4:30 p.m. Sunday, April-October. Last tour begins at 4 p.m. $.
17th Street Farmers’ Market
From April to October, there’s something going on at the market every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Look for area farmers, crafts, baked goods, art, jewelry, coffee and collectibles. 17th and Main streets. (804) 646-0310 or www.17thstreetfarmersmarket.com. Free.
Three Lakes Nature Center
Focusing on reptiles, amphibians and fish of the region, the center contains a 50,000-gallon freshwater aquarium. 400 Sausiluta Drive. (804) 262-5055 or www.co.henrico.va.us/rec. Park is open sunrise-sunset daily. Nature Center Hours: September-November and March-May, noon-4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. December-February, noon-4:30 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. June-August, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and noon-4:30 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. Closed on Mondays. Free; small fee for some classes.
Thomas Jefferson’s boyhood home, built between 1733 and 1740, includes the building where Jefferson was schooled, slave quarters and gardens. 12601 River Road. (804) 784-5736. Open by appointment only. Grounds open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. $.
Valentine Richmond History Center
Explore 400 years of Richmond Region history here through its collections and exhibits. Tour the 1812 Wickham House, a fully restored neoclassical masterpiece. 1015 E. Clay St. (804) 649-0711 or www.richmondhistorycenter.com. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Sunday. $.
Virginia Aviation Museum
The museum houses antique aircraft and aeronautical exhibits on the Wright brothers’ aircraft, Adm. Richard E. Byrd, World War II and the famous SR-71 “Blackbird.” 5701 Huntsman Road. (804) 236-3622 or www.vam.smv.org. 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Sunday. $.
Virginia Center for Architecture
Explore the power and importance of architecture through visiting exhibitions, tours, educational programs and publications. Located in a Tudor Revival mansion designed by renowned architect John Russell Pope. 2501 Monument Ave. (804) 644-3041 or www.virginiaarchitecture.org. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. 1-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. $.
Virginia Historical Society
The Virginia Historical Society’s 13 exhibition galleries feature the largest display of Virginia artifacts on permanent view. 428 N. Boulevard. (804) 358-4901. www.vahistorical.org. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. $; free on Sundays, and free to children under 18 daily.
Virginia Holocaust Museum
Learn about the lives of Holocaust survivors through their stories of the Kovno Ghetto and Dachau concentration camp. 2000 E. Cary St. (804) 257-5400 or www.va-holocaust.com. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Free.
This 16th-century home was transported in 1925 from England to Richmond’s Windsor Farms neighborhood, where it was redesigned and built by Henry Grant Morse, complete with gardens by Charles Gillette. 4301 Sulgrave Road. (804) 353-4251 or www.vahistorical.org/vh/virginia_house01.htm. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday-Saturday, last tour at 3 p.m., 12:30-5 p.m. Sunday and by appointment. Tours start at 1 p.m. with last tour at 4 p.m. $.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Among the top 15 art museums in the country. “Landscapes from the Age of Impressionism,” running Feb. 22-May 11, will present a selection of 40 French and American paintings of late 19th- and 20th-century landscapes from the Brooklyn Museum collection. See the largest public display of Fabergé Russian Imperial eggs outside of Russia. 200 N. Boulevard. (804) 340-1400 or www.vmfa.museum. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. Call for gallery openings and other details. Free; $ for special exhibitions.
Virginia Capitol and Executive Mansion
The Virginia Capitol, designed by Thomas Jefferson, houses America’s oldest legislative assembly. Daily one-hour guided tours showcase historical statuary and paintings, rare exhibit objects and newly restored legislative chambers. Self-guided tours also are available.Entrance at 10th and Bank streets. (804) 698-1788 or www.virginiacapitol.gov. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday. 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Call for tour schedule. Free. The Executive Mansion is the oldest continuously occupied governor’s home (since 1813) in the country. Capitol Square. (804) 371-2642. Call for tour information and reservations. Free.
Virginia War Memorial
The memorial was built to honor Virginia’s veterans. It features a Shrine of Memory engraved with more than 11,600 names of Virginia veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice in war. 621 S. Belvidere St. (804) 786-2060 or www.vawarmemorial.org. The Shrine of Memory is open daily. Free parking. Visitor center open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon-4 p.m. Sunday. Free.
Built by John Walker between 1824 and 1825, the structure has not only served as a tavern, but possibly a field hospital for wounded Union Cavalrymen in 1864. 2892 Mountain Road. (804) 261-6898 or www.co.henrico.va.us/rec. Office hours 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Tours free; small fee for some classes.
Experience the 18th century at Richmond’s own Georgian-style plantation mansion, which is filled with fine silver, porcelain, textiles and furniture. 215 S. Wilton Road. (804) 282-5936 or www.wiltonhousemuseum.org. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday-Friday by appointment, 1-4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, 1:30-4:30 p.m. Sunday. $.
This family owned vineyard is the smallest farm winery in Virginia. Wine tastings and tours. 15501 Genito Road. (804) 739-2774 or www.woodlandvineyard.com. Saturday-Sunday, April-early December, 1-5 p.m. Weekdays, select hours and by appointment.
Colonial National Historical Park
1368 Colonial Parkway, Williamsburg, VA 23081
Colonial National Historic Park (NHP) administers two of the most historically significant sites in English North America. Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America in 1607, is administered jointly with the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, and Yorktown Battlefield, the final major battle of the American Revolutionary War in 1781. These two sites represent the beginning and end of English colonial America. Situated on the Virginia Peninsula, these sites are connected by the 23 mile scenic Colonial Parkway. Colonial NHP also includes Green Spring, the 17th century plantation home of Virginia's colonial governor, Sir William Berkeley and the Cape Henry Memorial, which marks the approximate site of the first landing of the Jamestown colonists in April of 1607. Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. $ Visitor Information: (757) 898-2410 or (757) 229-1733
1 Visitor Center Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Colonial Williamsburg consists of 301 acres encompassing 88 original buildings and hundreds of other homes, shops and public buildings. Colonial Williamsburg operates the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and Bassett Hall. Visitors can enjoy 18th-century style dining Colonial Williamsburg's four dining taverns -- Chowning's, Christiana Campbell's, Shields and King's Arms Tavern. Guest accommodations are available in Colonial Williamsburg's Hotels -- the world-class Williamsburg Inn, the Colonial Houses, the Williamsburg Lodge and Woodlands Hotel & Suites and the Governor's Inn. Call for a copy of our Vacation Planner. $ Telephone: General reservation number: (800) 447-8679 Website: www.history.org
Busch Gardens Europe
Busch Gardens Williamsburg, 1 Busch Gardens Blvd., Williamsburg, VA 23187
Take a journey to the unexpected at Busch Gardens Europe, where 17th-century charm combines with 21st-century technology to create the ultimate family experience. Voted the "World's Most Beautiful Theme Park”, Busch Gardens boasts more than 50 thrilling rides and attractions, ten main stage shows, a wide variety of award-winning cuisine and world-class shops. And, there are more reasons than ever to visit Busch Gardens. Now Open, Busch Gardens newest roller coaster "Griffon" sends riders through an extraordinary journey 205 feet up and 90 degrees straight down at more than 70 mph – and that’s just the beginning. Admission Fee: $56.95 Child: $49.95 Telephone: General Information & Sales: (800) 343-7946 Vacation Packages: (800) 880-8861 Email: email@example.com Website: www.buschgardens.com/va
Mount Trashmore Park
310 Edwin Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
World-renowned Mount Trashmore Park is 165 acres, 60 feet high, over 800 feet long, and was created by compacting layers of solid waste and clean soil. Recognized for its environmental feat, the park features the Water Wise demonstration garden that boasts xeriscaping where you can learn how to create a beautiful garden with minimal water requirements.
Park is open from 7:30 a.m. until sunset. Facilities include picnic shelters, playground areas, basketball court, volleyball areas, parking, vending machines and restrooms, plus an extensive street course Skate Park which includes a seven-foot deep bowl and a massive 13.5 ft tall vert ramp. The park also has a walking trail that measures approximately 1.45 miles. Trail maps are available at Park Office. No private boats are allowed on this lake, but fishing is allowed. Telephone: Office Phone: (757) 473-5237
Shelter Reservations: (757) 385-2550 Email: fun@VBgov.com Website: www.VBgov.com/parks
Nauticus, The National Maritime Center
One Waterside Drive, Norfolk, VA 23510
Nauticus is a fun and exciting interactive science center with a maritime theme and features more than 150 exhibits including computer and video interactives, giant screen films, exotic aquaria, touch pools and shark petting. The USS Wisconsin, one of the last and largest battleships built by the US Navy, is berthed next to Nauticus and is open for main deck tours.
Hours of operation: Open Memorial Day – Labor Day, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., daily; rest of year, Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sunday, noon – 5 p.m. Nauticus is closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas. Nauticus is 20 minutes west of Virginia Beach and 40 minutes east of historic Williamsburg.
Admission: Adults, $9.95; children (4-12) $7.50; $8.95 for senior citizens, AAA members and military personnel with ID; free for children 3 and under.
Telephone: Phone: (800) 664-1080 or Phone: (757) 664-1000 Website: www.nauticus.org/
Western end of Colonial Parkway, Jamestown, VA 23081
Historic Jamestowne offers a wealth of activities for exploring the first permanent English settlement in North America. Visitors can share the moment of discovery with archeologists at the 1607 James Fort excavation; tour the original 17th-century church tower and reconstructed Jamestown Memorial Church; take a walking tour with a Park Ranger through the original settlement along the James River; watch glassblowing at the Glasshouse; and see an exhibit of artifacts in the new Archaearium Museum. Musuem stores are available at the Visitor Center. Driving tours explore the natural setting where exhibits explain how the settlers harnessed the wilderness & visitors regularly see bald eagles, heron, deer & other wildlife. Historic Jamestowne is jointly administered by APVA Preservation Virginia & the National Park Service. Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission Fee: $8;under age 17 free Telephone:
Phone: (757) 229-1733 or (757) 898-2410 Website: www.HistoricJamestowne.org
False Cape State Park
4001 Sandpiper Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23457
One of few remaining undeveloped areas along the Atlantic coast, False Cape offers a chance to experience nature in a one-of-a kind setting. A huge migratory bird population and a variety of wildlife, plants and trees make the park an outdoor classroom. The park is accessible only by foot, bicycle, beach transporter, tram or boat. Tram transportation through Back Bay Wildlife Refuge is available April through October. Call for tram reservations. Between Nov. 1 and March 31, access to the park is restricted to the beach or via the park’s beach transporter, the Terra-Gator. Call for Terra Gator reservations. Tram or Terra Gator transportation is not available to campers. Location: Southeast of Virginia Beach, 5 miles south of Sandbridge. No vehicular access. $ Children Welcome, Pets Welcome --Telephone: voice: (757) 426-3657, Tram Reservations: (757) 498-2473, Terra-Gator Reservations: (800) 933-PARK, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: www.dcr.virginia.gov/state_parks/fal.shtml
Water Country USA
176 Water Country Parkway, Williamsburg, VA 23187
Take a step back in time and experience the latest in high-tech thrills. Water Country USA, the mid-Atlantic's largest water play park, features water rides, slides and entertainment -- all set to a 1950s and '60s surf theme. Don't miss our newest attraction, "Hubba Hubba Highway," an interactive river adventure. Guests can "cruise" down this free-floating river ride through drenching coconuts and cool geysers. Or, guests can gear up for a high-speed toboggan race aboard Meltdown. Racers can take a break and refuel at one of several restaurants or just enjoy a little fun in the sun. The park offers a surf shop and gift shop, five food service areas, locker rental, bathhouse facilities and free use of life vests and inner tubes. Admission Fee: $39.95 Child: $32.95, Children Welcome, Telephone: Guest Relations: (800) 343-7946 Email: email@example.com Website: www.watercountryusa.com
Hampton Inn - Virginia Beach
5793 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Just minutes away from the Va. Beach oceanfront, the Hampton Inn Va. Beach offers plenty of amenities at an affordable price! Enjoy Hampton's On the House™ Hot Breakfast, which includes 2 hot items (rotates between waffles, French toast, sausage, ham, scrambled eggs & egg patties); daily items include cereals, milk, oatmeal, grits, yogurt, muffins, bagels, toast, Danish, croissants, fruit, juices, coffee & hot tea.
Take a refreshing swim in our outdoor pool (seasonal) or relieve stress in our fitness room. Other complimentary perks include On the Run™ breakfast to-go bags, local newspaper, local phone calls, on-site parking, movie channel w/cable TV and fax/copy service at our front desk. In-room amenities include microwave, fridge, coffee, hairdryer, iron and ironing board. Our friendly staff looks forward to serving you at our hotel! Call for current pricing. Serving: Breakfast
Amenities: Continental Breakfast, Refrigerator, Microwave, Exercise Room, Outdoor Pool, High Speed Internet
Children Welcome, Telephone: Hotel Phone: (757) 490-9800, Toll-Free Reservations: (800) HAM-PTON, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.hamptoninnvirginiabeach.com
A Williamsburg White House Bed and Breakfast
718 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185
This Elegant Century Old Estate is an award winning Inn located right in the heart of Historic Williamburg. Whether you are looking for history or romance, you are sure to find it at A Williamsburg White House. Just a short 4 block walk to Colonial Williamsburg, you will find fine dining, shopping or streets filled with history. This majestic Inn offers unique Presidential suites, beautiful sitting rooms and a wonderful JFK Library with hundreds of books to enjoy. A Full breakfast is served daily in the Reagan Dining Room or in the JFK Library at a table for two. Wood burning fireplaces roar in the Diplomatic Reception Room as you enjoy afternoon baked goods, wines, ports and sherries. All of our bed chambers and suites offer feather topped beds and private bathrooms. Packages for all occasions are available.
Serving: Breakfast Telephone: Phone: (757) 229-8580 toll free: (866) 229-8580
Email: email@example.com Website www.awilliamsburgwhitehouse.com
Angie's Guest Cottage
302 24th Street, Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Host/Owner: Barbara Yates. Inn History: Built in the early 1900's, the original house had a colorful role in the life of the city at the turn of the century. Local historians report that the house was used to accommodate the families of surfmen stationed at the US Coast Guard Station for the summer holidays. Several years after the station closed, the "real" Angie bought the place and operated it as a rooming house. Many legends remain about Angie's iron hand, warm heart, and Italian hospitality. The Yates family bought the property in 1978, and started the bed and breakfast, a step apart from typical hotel accommodations in a resort city. Inn Notes: Early 20th century beach house located in the heart of the resort area, one block from the ocean. Cute, casual, cozy, quiet, smoke free and extra clean with fresh flowers everywhere. Call for current pricing.
Telephone: Phone: (757) 428-4690 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: www.angiescottage.com