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The Hague Winery: Fine wines in an historic setting. Open 11am-5pm daily, April 1st – November 30th. December – March – call first. 8268 Cople Highway, Hague, 804-472-5283

George Washington Birthplace: In the heart of the Northern Neck of Virginia stands a tribute to America’s founding father, George Washington. Although only here a short time, the ideas that Washington learned here, helped shape the man he would become and forever alter the destiny of the United States of America

Ingleside Plantation Vineyards: Visit one of Virginia’s oldest and largest wineries. Picnic in our European-style courtyard or spend a weekend in one of our waterfront rentals. Experience the Northern Neck at its best! Open daily, 10am-5pm; Sun., noon-5pm. Open until 6pm Memorial Day-Labor Day. 5872 Leedstown Road. Oak Grove, 804-224-8687

Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail: The Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail winds through villages that were settled in Colonial times. Here, you’ll find the birthplaces of Presidents George Washington, James Madison, James Monroe; and Confederate General Robert E. Lee; and a myriad of historic attractions around nearly every turn. Originally inhabited by eight separate Virginia Native American tribes, the region is one of the State’s most historic

Stratford Hall: Hours of Operation Stratford Hall is open to visitors daily through December 23, 2013. Admission gate is open 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Great House tours are on the hour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Dining Room serves lunch daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Westmoreland Berry Farm: Welcome to our family-run fruit farm, in Virginia’s Northern Neck, along the banks of the Rappahannock River

The Inn at Montross: The Inn at Montross is located in downtown Montross at 21 Polk Street. Guests at the B&B receive a full breakfast daily. The Inn is open for dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday events from 5:30 – 9:00 p.m., and for Sunday brunch from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The menu includes full dinners and lighter fare. Reservations are suggested

Vault Field Vineyards: Vault Field Vineyards is located on historic Vault Field Farm near the town of Kinsale, in the heart of Virginia’s Northern Neck. Our award winning wines are the result of a marriage between an exceptional terroir and the latest techniques in viticulture. We, at Vault Field, believe fine wines are made in the vineyard. The care of the vines is yearlong, starting with hand pruning during winter months. Next comes hand weeding and continued pruning during the growing season. Finally, in late fall, when the grapes ripen, we hand pick and sort the individual grapes to produce high quality, premium wines. We hope you enjoy the fruits of our labor with family and friends

Westmoreland State Park: On the Potomac River’s Northern Neck, this park offers many opportunities for family fun. It has an Olympic-sized swimming pool and an adjacent bathhouse, meeting area, snack bar, camp store and power-boat ramp. You’ll also find a visitor center, campgrounds, camping cabins, cabins, a fishing pier, boat rentals and six miles of trails

The Art of Coffee: The Art of Coffee (coffeehouse & art gallery) Serving Virginia’s Northern Neck gourmet coffees, home-style breakfast, unique lunches, homemade soups, pastries, local ART and live music are always on the menu! FREE WIFI for our customers!

Yeocomico church: Yeocomico church, built in 1706, or almost precisely a hundred years after the first settlement at Jamestown, takes its name from Yeocomico River, flowing into the Potomac and dividing Westmoreland from Northumberland

Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail: From the Atlantic Ocean on Virginia’s eastern border, to the towering Mt. Rogers at its southwest corner, the Commonwealth includes every bird and animal habitat that occurs naturally between Maine and Florida. The state also offers a long history, rich culture, and tradition of warm hospitality to welcome visitors. Within Virginia’s 43,000 square miles of diverse natural habitat, you can find some 400 species of birds, 250 species of fish, 150 species of terrestrial and marine mammals, 150 species of amphibians and reptiles, and a wide variety of aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates. The Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail celebrates this diversity. In fact, it is the first statewide program of its kind in the United States. In Virginia, three phases of the trail link wildlife viewing sites throughout the state.