- Our list of the best things to do in Middleburg, Virginia, features the top 289 nearby activities — including 99 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Empower Adventure Middleburg at Salamander Resort & Spa 500 North Pendleton Street, Middleburg, VA MoreLess Info
Soar up to 55 feet in the air during a two-hour tour that consists of five ziplines
Lovers of equestrian, angling, and field sports can learn more about their passion at the National Sporting Library. Guests can explore the research facility, manuscripts, works of art, and a free library.
Education of wines and the wine-making process is the center of Linden Vineyards. Tastings can be general or focused on special wines and vintages while in-depth tours of the vineyards and cellar are held on the weekend.
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Pink Box, Middleburg Visitors Center, Middleburg, VA 20117 MoreLess Info
With Destination Middleburg: A Walking Tour Into the Past, visitors can learn about the history of the town and its role in the Civil War. The tour takes visitors through the important landmarks and historical sites of the town.
Chrysalis Vineyards allow for public tastings to spread the knowledge and reach of their wines and sell their items at an on-site store. Events are held at the site throughout the year, such as the annual bluegrass music festival and local parties.
With an attached porch and patio the tasting room of Cana Vineyards & Winery allows guests to both taste their wines and view the vineyards. Light fare such as cheeses, breads, meats, and spreads are also available within the tasting room.
Enjoy the beauty of a 56 acre vineyard and sample fine De Chaunac, Seyval Blanc and Marchel Foch wines while enjoying a wine tasting tour of Smith family owned and operated Meredyth Vineyards in the heart of Virginia's wine country.
The first commercial vineyard in Virginia was the Piedmont Vineyards & Winery. The small and homey winery remains a favorite stop along the Virginia wine trail and holds regular tastings that involve knowledgeable servers.