Monday, September 16, 2019

Celebrate Virginia With These Amazing Books

Historic Virginia: A Tour of More Than 75 of the State's Top National Landmarks
by Laura A. Macaluso
978-1-49304-183-1 / $21.95 / October 2019

Historic Virginia: A Tour of the State’s Top 75 National Historic Landmarks is a carefully curated travel guide, written by a local historian, featuring the most intriguing and significant of the state's nationally recognized historic landmarks. This guide provides interesting anecdotes and color photography of famous churches, the homes of Founding Fathers, and monuments of natural splendor amid the Blue Ridge Mountains. Tour the Old Dominion State and travel back in time with Historic Virginia.



Colonial Williamsburg: The Guide: The Official Companion to the Historic Areaby Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
978-1-49304-822-9 / $22.95 / October 2019


The story of America begins here. In Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area, you can see hundreds of restored, reconstructed, and historically furnished buildings from the Colonial and Revolutionary eras. You can meet the men and women—black, white, and Native American, enslaved and free—who built a new nation. And you can experience the enduring relevance of America’s founding documents and principles.

This practical guide features
Historic sites, including public buildings, private homes, and taverns
Historic trades
Art Museums
Resorts, dining, and shopping
More than 200 illustrations and maps





Virginia Off the Beaten Path: Discover Your Fun, Twelfth Edition
By Judy Colbert
978-1-49304-265-4 / $17.95 / September 2019

Tired of the same old tourist traps? Whether you're a visitor or a local looking for something different, Virginia Off the Beaten Path shows you the Old Dominion State with new perspectives on timeless destinations and introduces you to cultural attractions you never knew existed.

I received complimentary copies.  

Cassandra's Review- This collection is both informational and fun to discover I really enjoyed being able to share them with my family.  

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