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Half-day excursion into central Virginia’s Civil War past with award-winning historian Rick Britton. Hear how Charlottesville helped the Confederate war efforts during the American Civil War. You will also see See an extant slave block and visit the region’s only Civil War battlefield, and hear of the surrender of Charlottesville and the University of Virginia.
This 5-hour, private custom tour features 3 to 4 winery visits, luxury Sedan, tasting room recommendations, and an experienced personal Wine Trail guide. Add-on lunch options are available after reserving your tour. Inquire with our team to learn more, after reserving, to learn about food options and pricing.
Visit Virginia's finest breweries on this private tour, learn about the hops and sample the brewmaster's very own selection. From brew connoisseur to casual beer lover, there’s a diverse selection to be had at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Looking for some themed fun? Introducing our “Adventure Party” packages designed to discover local vineyards, breweries and other prized landmarks.We don’t offer just your typical shuttle service. We’re here to have fun! As we take your party on your chosen adventure enjoy music, karaoke, games, and more with your own private DJ and Host!
Polo lessons at King Family Vineyards allow travelers to have a unique equestrian experience in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.Polo is one of the world's oldest team sports. Considered the "sport of kings," it was developed in was first played in Persia (Iran) at dates given from the 6th century BC to the 1st century AD.Polo was at first a training game for cavalry units, usually the king’s guard or other elite troops. From there it spread to the entirety of Persia and beyond. It is now popular around the world, with well over 100 member countries in the Federation of International Polo. It is played professionally in 16 countries. It was an Olympic sport from 1900 to 1936.
"The British Are Coming" Escape Room This escape room transports you back to 1781. The Revolutionary War has come to Charlottesville. British soldiers are on their way to capture Martha and Thomas Jefferson at his Monticello home. You must retrieve the Keys to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness to find the Declaration of Independence before British soldiers arrive. America's Independence hangs in the balance.