Mount Vernon: The farm site stretches over four acres, just a 5-minute walk south of the Mansion, adjacent to the Wharf on the Potomac River. Here, you'll watch horses tread wheat in the 16-sided barn or listen to a dramatic surround-sound interpretation, plus enjoy a variety of 18th-century farming and cooking demonstrations. GO TO GEORGE WASHINGTON PIONEER FARMER SITE
Fredericksburg: Opened in 2003, Cannon Ridge is a place synonymous with excellence and perfection. Spread out over 200 acres of historic Virginia countryside, Cannon Ridge Golf Club is a Par 71 layout measuring 7,010 yards from the back tees. GO TO GOLF AT CANNON RIDGE
Williamsburg: After Jane Vobe opened the King's Arms Tavern in 1772, it became one of the town's most genteel establishments. Present-day diners can savor traditional southern fare, and sumptuous desserts in surroundings an 18th-century traveler would recognize. GO TO KING'S ARM TAVERN
Mount Vernon: Mount Vernon offers several exciting options for visitors, including touring the home, gardens and tomb of George Washington, exploring the museum, Forest Trail, Mount Vernon Warf and Scouting Trail, as well as seasonal activities such as sightseeing cruises along the Potomac River. GO TO MOUNT VERNON
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