- Our list of the best things to do in Colonial Beach, Virginia, features the top 17 nearby activities — including 6 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Colonial Beach, VA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Colonial Beach, VA , followed by 7 popular activities in nearby cities, including Stafford, Waldorf, Fredericksburg and Port Tobacco
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1732 Popes Creek Road, Colonial Beach, VA MoreLess Info
Visitors can view the home of four generations of the Washington family at George Washington's Birthplace. The National Monument offers tours of the home of America's first president and founding father.
Located along the Potoac River's Northern Neck is the Westmoreland State Park. The river itself offers most of the activities including fishing and boating, but the site also features a swimming pool, bathhouse, campgrounds, and walking trails.
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1787 Castlewood Dr, Colonial Beach, VA 22443 MoreLess Info
The Colonial Beach Yacht Center is situated on the Potomac River at the mouth of Monroe Bay. It offers both open and dry slips which can accommodate vessels from 18 to 118 feet in length in addition to a fuel dock.
Opened in 1980, Ingleside Vineyards is a winery that offers many different options for wine enthusiasts when they visit. Activities at the vineyard include wine tasting, tours of the winery, and access to the gift shop.
A historical farm located next to President James Monroe’s birthplace, Monrovia is a family owned and operated farm. It is a small attraction that sits on what was once the Monroe estate, and now is honored by the dedication of farming that has continued for over 100 years.
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128 Hawthorne Street, Colonial Beach, VA 22443 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1988, the Colonial Beach Historical Society & Museum is a historical site dedicated to displaying the history of the local area. The museum was selected in 2003 to host the Smithsonian exhibit named 'Yesterday's Tomorrow'.