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I was looking back through my posts and was surprised to see that I never talked about one of the best things I’ve done recently. Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood in Richmond, Virginia. This was the first time Garth went on tour in 13-years, and despite rising costs and the ability to raise ticket prices …

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People know Quantico as the location of the Marine Corps Base Quantico, the training base for the Marines, but what most people don’t know is that Triangle, Virginia is home to the National Museum of the Marine Corps. The museum and the surrounding grounds houses the history of the Marines, covering everything from the Revolution …

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Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown are two corners of the American Historic Triangle in Virginia (Colonial Williamsburg is the third…but that’s for another day). Let’s focus on Yorktown first: The American Revolution Museum will take you through the history of the revolution, from events such as the Battle of Great Bridge …

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The American Civil War Museum is a collection of locations in and around Richmond, Virginia, dating back to the 1800s. Historic Tredegar – An Iron Works facility from the 1800s houses the Civil War Museum as well as a free National Parks Museum for the Richmond National Battlefield The White House – This was the …

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