- TripBuzz discovered 53 different types of activities for couples in the Irvington area, including Specialty Museums (like Steamboat Era Museum), Winery/Vineyard (like The Dog & Oyster - The Vineyard of the Hope & Glory Inn), Historic Buildings (like Christ Church Foundation) and Historic Sites (like Historic Jamestowne), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 4 date ideas in or near Irvington, Virginia, all of which are located within the city of Irvington.
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Several award-winning wines are made at The Dog & Oyster - The Vineyard of the Hope & Glory Inn. Guests enter the site through the two notable 40-foot corkscrews that stand on either side of the driveway before entering the main building for tastings.
The steamboat era of the Chesapeake Bay is preserved and put on display at the Steamboat Era Museum. Rather than just focused on steamboat items and artifacts, the collection observes the people who were involved with this time and how their lives changed because of it.
Filled with native birds like osprey, York River State Park offers visitors a wetland area to explore by an extensive trail system and canoe. The park features a fossil beach that has ancient shells and barnacles from the prehistoric era.
Located at Great Wolf Lodge, MagiQuest is described as the world's largest live action game. Players use magic wands to help solve mysteries in this interactive role playing game that leads guests on quests and adventures throughout the site.
When you are ready to take a break from the history of Williamsburg, stop by Go Karts Plus for a day of action-packed fun. This premier sports park features 4 different tracks, a rollercoaster, bumper cars and more to insure you leave with a smile.
Whether you are an avid league bowler or just want to spend a few hours with friends, Williamsburg Lanes, is an ideal choice. This AMF bowling center features 40 lanes for bowling, as well as a restaurant and amenities for your next party or event.
The Colonial Parkway is a 23-mile long driving route linking three of the area's historical sites: Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown from the York River to the James River. A maximum speed of 45 miles per hour is designed for sightseeing.