How to Have Fun in Virginia

If you are new in Virginia or are on vacation along with your family members to one of the most beautiful states in America, then there are few places that you should mention in your ‘must visit’ list. This article will mention some of the best places in Virginia, along with their specialities. You can decide on visiting them, according to your preferences, along with depending on the people who are travelling with you.

Amazement Square, Great Wolf Lodge-Waterpark, American Shakespeare Centre’s Blackfriars Playhouse, American Shakespeare Centre’s Blackfriars Playhouse, Virginia Beach Oceanfront and Dinosaur Land are some of the most visited places in the state.


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    Amazement Square - Lynchburg, Virginia

    Amazement Square is a hands on/interactive children's museum which features the tallest indoor interactive climbing structure in the United States, called Amаzement Tower. This tower extends through all four floors of the museum and has 9 different interactive exhibits. You can navigate through the Amazement Square’s official website at to get more information on the timings and days when you can visit.

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    Great Wolf Lodge-Water Park - Williamsburg, Virginia

    A beautiful resort lodge and gigantic indoor water park! It features a four-story, interactive tree-house, water-fort, 1,000 gallon tipping bucket, 8 water-slides, 4 pools, 2 giant hot tubs, spacious outdoor pool and a huge wave pool. Other activities include adult spa and kids spa, rock climbing wall, arcade room, movie room, technology centre, kids story time and so much more! Sounds fun doesn't it?

    So, you should never forget to visit this place during your stay in Virginia, or else, you may end up going back home without enjoying one of the best places in the state.

    In order to book your reservations, you can call 800 551 9653 or visit to get more information.

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    American Shakespeare Centre’s Blackfriars Playhouse - Staunton, Virginia

    It is a beautiful Renaissance-style theatre which offers year-round performances of Shakespeare’s work. So, if you are an art lover and enjoy watching plays, then nothing can be better than to visit the American Shakespeare Center’s Blackfriars Playhouse. You can check the plays and timings in advance by visiting their official website at

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    Virginia Beach Oceanfront - Virginia Beach, Virginia

    Vacationers flock to Virginia Beach Oceanfront in the summer season to enjoy miles of public beach and a 40-block boardwalk. Here you can enjoy sailing, scuba diving, fishing, water-skiing, and swimming.

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    Dinosaur Land- White Post, Virginia

    Dinosaur Island is a Virginia roadside attraction featuring over 50 fibreglass dinosaurs ranging from 3-30 feet tall and up to 90 feet long! If you have kids that are going through the dino-loving stage this is a must see attraction.

    The admission fee for Dinosaur Island varies for different age groups. You can check the admission charges at

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    Foamhenge – Natural Bridge, Virginia

    Foamhenge is a full sized fibreglass replica of Stonehenge created by sculpture artist Mark Cline. An art lover should never forget to visit this place during their stay in Virginia.

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