1026 Rosebrook Road | Stanardsville VA. 22973 | MAIN WEBSITE
Nestled in the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains The Rosebrook Inn is an exquisite
bed and breakfast with grounds that are landscaped with perennials
and annuals in constant bloom from spring through fall.
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Attractions at Rosebrook
Ash-Lawn Highland -
President James Monroe’s 535-acre estate in a range of mountains outside
Charlottesville,where visitors can find the atmosphere of an
early 19th century working plantation.

Grand Cavern
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A stately and powerful example of Nature’s handiwork. Gigantic stalactites
point down from above. Equally imposing stalagmites thrust upward from
the caverns floor. Cathedral Hall, 280 feet long and over 70 feet high,
is one of the largest rooms of any cavern in the East.

Luray Caverns
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The largest caverns in the eastern United States and a National Landmark.
Some of the most spectacular creations were formed just one drip at a time,
such as Giant’s Hall, vast expansive chambers decorated by golden columns;
and Titania’s Veil, all white and formed by pure crystalline drips.

Massanutten Ski Resort
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A four-season’s resort with swimming, skiing, golfing, and hiking.

Michie Tavern ca. 1784
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Located ½ mile below Jefferson’s Monticello, the Tavern accommodated
travelers with food, drink and lodging more than 200 years ago.
Today, visitors experience the Tavern’s past through
a historical journey which recreates 18th-century tavern life.

Monticello
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Home of President Thomas Jefferson welcomes visitors year round.
Discover aspects of his life atop his “little mountain”.
Tours offered daily; closed Christmas Day.

Monticello Wine Trail
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Late in his life, atop Monticello mountain located adjacent to the
small hamlet of Charlottesville, Virginia, Thomas Jefferson envisioned vineyards
and wines from his native state standing shoulder to shoulder with
the great wines of the Old World. He planted his vineyards close to home
that year, but his efforts were in vain, and his vision remained unfulfilled.

Montpelier
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The life-long home of President James Madison,
Father of the Constitution. Open daily March through November.

Skyline Dive
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Just west of Charlottesville lies one of the nation's most scenic public routes:
Skyline Drive. This 105-mile road winds past mountain summits, waterfalls,
and rolling green hills, while offering panoramic views of the
majestic Shenandoah Valley and Piedmont Region of Virginia.

University of Virginia
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Designed by Thomas Jefferson as an “Academic Village”,
renowned for its architectural design. Tours offered daily.

Virginia Discovery Museum
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Cultivates the curiosity and imagination of children and adults
through “hands-on” exhibits related to arts, humanities and sciences.
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