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  • U.S. Army Transportation Museum

    U.S. Army Transportation Museum

    Fort Eustis, Virginia

    Floating car, flying jeep,"Cybernetic Walking Machine," other failed high-tech experimental projects.

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  • AAF Tank Museum

    AAF Tank Museum

    Danville, Virginia

    The world's foremost private museum of armored fighting vehicles, in a formerly vacant tool factory.

  • Dinosaur Land

    Dinosaur Land

    White Post, Virginia

    Classic dinosaur park featuring over two dozen colorfully-painted, old-style brutes -- including a prehistoric crawl-in shark and a photo-op King Kong. Photo-worthy roadside dinos and dino-mouth entrance.

  • George Washington Masonic National Memorial

    George Washington Masonic National Memorial

    Alexandria, Virginia

    Lots of odd stuff, from a replica Ark of the Covenant to George Washington's Clock of Death.

  • Foamhenge


    Centreville, Virginia

    Mark Cline, fiberglass sculptor, built the world's most accurate Stonehenge replica. Out of styrofoam.

  • Arm of Stonewall Jackson

    Arm of Stonewall Jackson

    Fredericksburg, Virginia

    The most famous body part of America's bloodiest war merits its own grave in a tiny cemetery.

  • Luray Caverns

    Luray Caverns

    Luray, Virginia

    Dazzling show cave since 1878, with famous Fried Eggs formation and tunes played on the giant "Stalacpipe" Organ.

  • Dinosaur Kingdom II

    Dinosaur Kingdom II

    Natural Bridge, Virginia

    It's Yankees vs. dinosaurs in Mark "Foamhenge" Cline's alternate universe history view of the Civil War. The South wins!

  • American Celebration On Parade

    American Celebration On Parade

    Shenandoah Caverns, Virginia

    After their Day of Glory, the luckiest parade floats are sheltered and exhibited at this museum.

  • World's Oldest Edible Ham

    World's Oldest Edible Ham

    Smithfield, Virginia

    Is it possible to eat a piece of meat from 1902? If you like ham, the answer is yes!

  • National D-Day Memorial

    National D-Day Memorial

    Bedford, Virginia

    Private memorial to the Allied landings in Normandy on June 6, 1944. Statues, symbolism, but not much shade.

  • Burger Bar: Hank Williams' Last-Chance Meal

    Burger Bar: Hank Williams' Last-Chance Meal

    Bristol, Virginia

    Vintage road food joint restored to the way it looked on New Year's Eve, 1952, when Hank Williams stopped by and turned down his last meal.

  • Birthplace of Country Music Museum

    Birthplace of Country Music Museum

    Bristol, Virginia

    Sets the wobbly record straight: Nashville may be country music's capital, but Bristol is its birthplace. Interactive exhibits encourage visitors to sing along with the hillbilly hits of 1927.

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