One more good reason to visit Charlottesville.
Winter is festival season in many mid-Atlantic small towns. Go outside and play.
Ski season is here! And West Virginia is calling.
Longwood Garden's dazzling display runs from Jan. 19 to March 24.
This Shenandoah Valley gem resurrects a historic, Jeffersonian-style building—with some modern twists.
The Manhattan hotel near Madison Square Garden has the feel of a swanky apartment building.
The Delaware holiday festival includes a Christmas Village, a lights display and more.
If Santa, trains and twinkling lights are your jam, Colonial Williamsburg is a wonderland this time of year.
Need to get away but don't want to leave your pooch behind? You don't have to.
Itching to play a little blackjack? You don't have to go all the way to Vegas.
These spooky walks come with history lessons.
This Virginia orchard features a labyrinth made with more than 2,000 apple trees.
Cozy cottages, seaside spas and more—all within driving distance.
The bayside property in Cape Charles, Virginia, just completed a three-year renovation.
Yes, VCU's Institute for Contemporary Art is all that.
When you need a little bayside R&R.
This Outer Banks property has reopened after a multimillion-dollar makeover.
If small-town farmers markets and lazy beachcombing are your thing, this is the place.
Experience the plant's healing properties at a painter's paradise in Maryland.
The posh Virginia Beach hotel has reopened after a major renovation.
Next time you cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, stop and stay for a bit.
The annual outdoor mega-sale of all things hip and vintage is this weekend, May 18-20.
The classy Art Deco property in Lynchburg has reopened after a major renovation.
From picturesque flowers to family-friendly games, this is one festival you won't want to miss.
Quiet, shy, 3-year-old female Manx