Tours in Virginia

Shenandoah Caverns Tour for Two or Four in Quicksburg, VA (Up to 41% Off)

Shenandoah Caverns

Quicksburg

$46 $27

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National Geographic has featured this cavern; on a one-hour tour, you can see its crystalline formations and rainbow lakes

Single-Day Youth or Adult Colonial Williamsburg Ticket (50% Off)

Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center

$22 $11

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Full-day ticket grants access of up to 35 exibition sites, two art museums, and 22 trade shops in a restored 18th-century colonial town

Admission for Two or Four to the Caribbean Wine Festival at Lake Anna Winery on August 2 (Up to 55% Off)

Lake Anna Winery

Spotsylvania

$50 $25

Outdoor festival with wine tastings, live music, and Caribbean cuisine

Cape Henry Lighthouse Tickets for Two or Four in Virginia Beach (Up to 50% Off)

Cape Henry Lighthouse

Fort Story

$16 $9

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Guests learn about the lighthouse’s 200+ year-old past and enjoy scenic ocean views

Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (Half Off)

Spirit Expeditions

Downtown Norfolk

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

$129 for a Hot Air Balloon Ride for One with Sparkling-Cider Toast from Valley Ballooning ($220 Value)

Valley Ballooning

Woodstock

$220 $129

Pilots lift passengers high above Shenandoah Valley’s picturesque terrain & diverse wildlife in calm air of sunrise or sunset

Hot Air Balloon Ride for One or Two with Sparkling-Cider Toast from Valley Ballooning (Up to 44% Off)

Valley Ballooning

Woodstock

$220 $129

Pilots lift passengers high above Shenandoah Valley’s picturesque terrain & diverse wildlife in calm air of sunrise or sunset

90-Minute Walking Ghost Tour of Richmond for Two or Four from Eerie Nights Ghost Tours (Up to 50% Off)

Eerie Nights Ghost Tours

Shockoe Bottom

$26 $13

Costumed guides lead 90-minute walking tours that explore Richmond's haunted history

2 or 10 Tickets to the Ghost & Mystery Walking Tour from Tell Me About It Tours (Up to 53% Off)

Tell Me About It Tours

Meet in front of Marco & Luca Noodle Shop

$30 $16

Two-hour tour covering one mile of haunted sites features former mayor Sam McCue's home, the site of a grisly murder

Summer Solstice Wine Festival for Two or Four from Heart of Virginia Wine Trail (Up to 55% Off)

Heart of Virginia Wine Trail

Grayhaven Winery

$50 $25

Craft vendors and representatives from six wineries schmooze with guests with food available for purchase

Winery Experience, Souvenir Glasses, Tastings, and $20 Gift Card for Two or Four (Up to 47% Off)

Willowcroft Farm Vineyards

Blue Ridge

$47 $25

Scenic winery educates guests about winemaking as they taste samples; gift card can purchase wine accessories

90-Minute Ghostly Tour of Historic Williamsburg for Two or Four from AxWild Tours (Up to 56% Off)

AxWild Tours

Williamsburg

$40 $20

On a 90-minute walking tour of historic Williamsburg, guide Allison Wildridge recounts more than 10 tales from the city's storied past

Vineyard Tour, Souvenir Wine Glasses, and Charcuterie for Two or Four at Philip Carter Winery (Up to 62% Off)

Philip Carter Winery

Hume

$170 $65

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Tour a winery and vineyard helmed by a 12th-generation Virginian, learn about wines, and sit down to a private picnic of charcuterie

$6 for a 40-Minute Canal Cruise for Two from Riverfront Canal Cruises (Up to $12 Value)

Riverfront Canal Cruises

Brown's Island

$12 $6

40-minute tour takes patrons gliding down James River and Kanawha Canal as guides tell tales from the past

Tour and a Cheese-and-Truffles Platter for Two, Four, or Six at Wisdom Oak Winery (Up to 51% Off)

Wisdom Oak Winery

North Garden

$39 $19

The vineyard manager and crew cultivate all 2,075 vines planted over 126 acres

$14 for Haunted Tour of Williamsburg for Two from Spooks and Legends Haunted Tours (Up to $28 Value)

Spooks & Legends Haunted Tours

Williamsburg

$28 $14

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Costumed guides lead 75-minute tours through Williamsburg's historic streets, narrating true tales of eerie events and mysterious legends

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Day and night, the US Coast Guard–certified Lost Pearl, a replica of a 65-foot Spanish galleon, roams the waters of Virginia Beach while searching for scallywags. During family cruises, kids take in tales from the pirate crew and battle passing vessels with spewing water cannons while their parents sip on beer, wine, and frozen drinks. Come dusk, adults converge on the decks to mingle over cocktails and watch as onboard pirates present bawdy skits.

712 Bowling Green Ct
Virginia Beach,
VA
US

River City Segs makes 400 years of history easily accessible by using one of the most futuristic mode of transportation. Segway tours include the Capitol Tour, which glides past the Virginia State Capitol, the John Marshall House, and the White House of the Confederacy; the Black History Tour, which explores the slave trading district, the Virginia Civil Rights Monument, and the Maggie Walker House; and the Ghosts and Grisly Stories Tour, where guests will learn about the mysterious death of George Wythe, and the apparition of a North Carolina banker who fell to his death from the Old City Hall. Riders must arrive 45 minutes before the tour starts for safety training with the four expert guides.

1805 E Grace St.
Richmond,
VA
US

A businesswoman by day, Bonnie Florek turns into a ghost by night. Donning 18th-century period dress and assuming the identity of one Lucy Ludwell, Bonnie regales tour groups with hair-raising tales of witches and ghosts that were once tried and hanged in Williamsburg. Bonnie founded Spooks and Legends Haunted Tours as a means of immersing tour groups in an interactive, goose bump?inducing jaunt through Williamsburg?s historic streets and into the past.

Spooks and Legends Haunted Tours? guides lead tour-goers on 75-minute family friendly and adult excursions as they narrate true tales of cryptic happenings and how the town?s denizens met their mysterious ends. The nightly tours meander through the oldest lanes and thoroughfares of Williamsburg, stopping periodically to peer at local horror?hot spots such as the Ludwell-Paradise House, known for housing the ghost of a lunatic, and the Jones Family Cemetery, known to be full of spirits hovering over their graves. Tour-goers are encouraged to bring their cameras along to document any unnatural sightings of apparitions, orbs, or suspicious screams emanating from the stomachs of hungry black cats following the group.

Duke of Gloucester St.
Williamsburg,
VA
US

Lexington Heritage Walking Tours’ owner and sole tour guide is a licensed professional tour guide, Civil War re-enactor, and a docent at the Stonewall Jackson House. With a commitment to historical accuracy—and donning period garb—he leads groups by foot through the historic streets of Lexington. Sites on the tour range from the campuses of Washington & Lee University and the Virginia Military Institute to historic downtown, historic residential districts, the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery, and Lee Chapel.

719 E 24th St.
Buena Vista,
VA
US

It's one thing to watch a zombie movie, but to actually take part in the horrifying saga is a much rarer opportunity. This is precisely the case during Zombie Wars when, for one night only, the Hunt Club Farm is transformed into a nightmarish landscape filled with obstacles, safe zones, and, of course, zombies. Participants are tasked with saving humanity by locating a cure for the zombie virus all the while dodging zombies and trying to get the song "Thriller" out of their heads. The night concludes with a party, where survivors can revel amid live music, drinks, and snacks.

2388 London Bridge Rd.
Virginia Beach,
VA
US

Paula doesn't know just the intricate history of her home city; she also knows how to run. As the face of Richmond Runs, she draws from a fit lifestyle and more than 15 years of living in Richmond to lead a series of guided 10K tours. She specializes in unveiling little-known historical facts as she guides visitors down the historic tree-lined Monument Avenue; through the grounds of the Virginia State Capitol and the city's lively downtown; or along the picturesque James River Trail system. Alternatively, a gentler 5K run highlights the landmarks of downtown and Brown's Island.

1000 Bank Street
Richmond,
VA
US