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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Garden
“If you are here for a few days and have time to be in Charlottesville, then a must see place is Monticello home of president Thomas Jefferson. lots of history and views!”
  • 189 locals recommend
Cave
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“Luray Caverns is the largest caverns in the eastern United States, yet walking through feels more akin to an unearthly experience.”
  • 73 locals recommend
National Park
“Requires an entrance fee, but has amazing hiking, easy access to Appalachian Trail, great overlooks, picnic spots”
  • 98 locals recommend
Brewery
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“That rare gem of a brewery that not only has great beer, but also AMAZING food & views! Very family friendly. A must see.”
  • 94 locals recommend
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Brewery
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“Amazing outdoor spaces year round. Love the many fire pits and newly renovated outdoor serving areas. ”
  • 85 locals recommend
National Park
“200,000 acres of protected lands. Shenandoah is a refuge for many types of wildlife like deer, black bears, wild turkeys, and a wide variety of insects and amphibians.”
  • 53 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“IF you are visiting CHarlottesville - take a stroll to historical downtown area! great restaurants, bars, theaters, stores, music venues, in a pedestrain only area. ”
  • 83 locals recommend
University
“The university that TJ built. We are not biased or anything, but it’s the best university in the world. (We understand there are arguments for and against this claim.) But, truly, if you haven’t visited UVA, you should. The Lawn and Rotunda are historic and you’ll find them very beautiful and interesting, whether or not you are a ‘Hoo. Bring a picnic and a frisbee and hang out on the Lawn, gazing at the architectural genius of our third President. When you’re done, walk down to The Corner and enjoy the used bookstores, tons of restaurants and coffee shops, and soak in the vibe of this vibrant college town. We love Roots (yummy healthy bowls), Boylan Heights (grass-fed burgers), and Mellow Mushroom for pizza. ”
  • 92 locals recommend
Hotel
“Blackwater Falls State Park of course has the falls but also enjoy views from Pendleton Point. The centerpiece of the park is Blackwater Falls, a 62-foot cascade where the Blackwater River leaves its leisurely course in Canaan Valley and enters rugged Blackwater Canyon.”
  • 32 locals recommend
Vineyard
“In the summer they have Starry Nights events with a live band and you can bring a picnic!”
  • 64 locals recommend
History Museum
“Definitely not to be missed is the historic town of Harpers Ferry. The park provides guests with a shuttle bus from the parking lot to down town for a small entrance fee, otherwise parking is extremely limited in the town itself. There are quite a few small restaurants and shops in downtown for when you’ve had enough history. ”
  • 30 locals recommend
Pub
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“The best cider & selzer hands down! People come from all around for the fabulous mountain/river views, friendly staff, beautiful tap room with floor to ceiling stone fire place. Lots of great events happening there. A must see while you're here! ”
  • 52 locals recommend
Ski Area
“In the winter this is a great spot for skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing. In the summer, they offer ropes courses, water adventures, archery, and much more!”
  • 28 locals recommend
Farm
“Check out their sunset series every Thursday in the summers. Also delicious apple cider donuts!”
  • 63 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
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“Hip tapas restaurant with outstanding food as well as a world-class Spanish wine collection and wonderful cocktails. No reservations but worth the wait. Eating at the bar is even more fun.”
  • 80 locals recommend
Winery
“Try their Crose! They have polo matches on Sundays between Memorial Day and Labor Day.”
  • 65 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Brewery
“That rare gem of a brewery that not only has great beer, but also AMAZING food & views! Very family friendly. A must see.”
  • 94 locals recommend
Brewery
“Amazing outdoor spaces year round. Love the many fire pits and newly renovated outdoor serving areas. ”
  • 85 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
“Hip tapas restaurant with outstanding food as well as a world-class Spanish wine collection and wonderful cocktails. No reservations but worth the wait. Eating at the bar is even more fun.”
  • 80 locals recommend
Brewery
“The best beer in the area. Quirky and dog and family friendly. The food is unexpectedly good (nice vegetarian options too)”
  • 43 locals recommend
New American Restaurant
“Tari's serves an incredible tomato-basil bisque for lunch (and dinner!) I particularly enjoy the pecan-crusted salmon filet with spinach and gingered mashed sweet potatoes for dinner. They also have steaks! Weekend dinner is usually busy, but the crowd is gone by 8pm or so. Most places in town close early compared to the city--fair warning. :) ”
  • 14 locals recommend
Restaurant
“For a special evening you can't wrong with Lot 12 Public House, featuring cozy seating in a vintage restored home, creative menu, and an award-winning chef. 117 Warren St, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411”
  • 18 locals recommend
Bagel Shop
“An absolute local's favorite. The line is usually pretty long but it goes by quickly and it's cheap...but SO good!”
  • 57 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“This is one of our most popular restaurants here in Garrett County. Centrally located to all of Deep Creek Lakes activities. They offer a wide variety of menu options that is sure to please everyone. Dockage right out back. Ever-popular Honi-Honi Tiki bar next door brings in lots of talented musical groups (and if you are lucky, my cousin Jimmy Flanigan may be strumming his guitar for your entertainment)! ”
  • 14 locals recommend

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