• (276) 523-8206
  • NAAMLP2018@dmme.virginia.gov

Williamsburg

Williamsburg

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Williamsburg, a city in the U.S. State of Virginia, was capitol of the Virginia Colony from 1699 to 1780 and played a significant role in the American Revolution. It forms the "Historic Triangle" together with Jamestown and Yorktown. Its heart is Colonial Williamsburg, a historic district and living-history museum where actors in period costume depict daily Colonial life in the streets, stores and workshops.

For more information on things to see and do in Williamsburg, visit the Greater Williamsburg Chamber & Tourism Alliance.



Virginia

Virginia

The Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy, Abandoned Mine Land Program is excited for you to join us in 2018. We encourage everyone to come early and stay late to explore our beautiful state. There is so much to do in Virginia and virginia.org can help you plan a Virginia vacation.

Long-time admirers or first-time visitors will surely enjoy seeing first-hand all the ways love lives in Virginia. Barter Theatre is the "State Theatre of Virginia". The historic theatre offers a variety of plays, musicals and special shows throughout the year. The Virginia Creeper Trail is a trail that runs from Whitetop Mountain to Abingdon. Rent a bike, go for a run or take a walk on any portion of the nearly 35 miles of trail. Visit the final resting place of more than 400,000 active duty service members, veterans and their families at the Arlington National Cemetery. Thomas Jefferson's Monticello is an unforgettable experience in Charlottesville. Enjoy thrilling roller coasters and rides, animal encounters and great dining at Busch Gardens located near Colonial Williamsburg. Visit Mount Vernon, the mansion home of our first President, an iconic 18th century home in Mount Vernon. Take a tour aboard the USS Battleship Wisconsin in Norfolk, one of the largest and last battleships ever built by the U.S. Navy. Virginia has a Natural Bridge and a Natural Tunnel, over a dozen National Parks, a beautiful Skyline Drive, Coastal Communities and the Chesapeake Bay which is the largest estuary - where the tide meets the river - in the U.S. So again, we encouage you to come early and stay late to expore all the amazing things our beautiful state has to offer.

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DMME - Division of Abandoned Mine Lands 3405 Mountain Empire Road l Big Stone Gap, VA 24219 USA
276-523-8206 (Telephone)  l 276-523-8247 (Fax)  
   
NAAMLP2018@dmme.virginia.gov

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