Virginia’s rich history and spectacular scenery make it a perfect playground for your holiday. Don’t miss its award-winning wines.
Come see Virginia's finest animals and agriculture, exhibits and shows, toe-tappin' music, fine arts and crafts, blue ribbon competitions and more!
This end-of-summer festival hosted in Virginia beach features wine tastings, a world-class sandcastle competition, numerous athletic competitions, an open-air art show along the Boardwalk, an air s
Celebrating the arrival of the oyster season and the local seafood industry, the Chincoteague Oyster Festival features oysters all ways – raw, steamed, fritters, singled fried, and more.
The Richmond Folk Festival is one of Virginia's largest events, drawing visitors from all over the country to downtown Richmond's historic riverfront.
What will you discover? During Theatre Week you can see a show for $22, $33, or $44 in venues throughout the region. You'll be delighted with the choices and many fabulous shows to choose from.
This annual five-day festival celebrates the beauty of autumn foliage with concerts, corn mazes, art exhibits, craft vendors, parades, and more.
The Maryland Renaissance Festival provides a unique outdoor entertainment experience to patrons from all over the world.
Celebrate Halloween at the Smithsonian National Zoo! Boo at the Zoo is a special evening event featuring treat stations, animal demonstrations, keeper chats, decorated trails, and more.
Founded in 1958, the Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) is one of the most prestigious, competitive, and exciting equestrian sporting events in North America.
Virginia celebrates its more than 300 wineries and vineyards throughout the month of October with wine specials and events at wineries, restaurants and retailers across the state.
The “official” oyster festival of the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Urbanna Oyster Festival draws oyster-lovers from near and far.
The Virginia Film Festival, now in its third decade, is one of America’s leading regional film festivals, and one of the premier cultural events in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Discover the best of local wildlife, nature, art, heritage, food, and fun at the Waterfowl Festival.
The fifth annual DMV Black Restaurant Week asks local and visiting foodies to show their support for Black-owned restaurants in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia.
The National Capital Art Glass Guild (NCAGG) presents “The Magic of Glass” showcasing Guild membersʼ work including mosaic, fused, stained, and blown glass.
There is no better way to celebrate the holidays than gathering your family for Christmas at Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor.
The World’s Most Beautiful Theme Park will once again be transformed by the season with over 10 million twinkling lights, one of the largest light displays in North America.
Part of the magic of winter nights is how a twinkle of light can transform the darkness. In the natural world, seeds hold a similar mystical power.
FeBREWary is Maryland's official month-long celebration for craft beer lovers, and with events on tap across the state, it's the perfect time for a beer lover's getaway.
Experience the nation’s capital during the popular Rock ‘n’ Roll Running Series.
Washington, DC’s most anticipated annual festival celebrates the arrival of spring.