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Discover Colonial America

Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia

Nestled along the eastern shoreline, beautiful beaches, fresh seafood and rich history abounds in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Delaware is the first state of our union and may be small,  but packs a big punch of fun. Spend at day at the beach, building sand castles or strolling the shops along the boardwalks. If time allows, head indoors and visit the many museums that celebrate the history of this small, but mighty state. 

For many, dining on delicious local crab is at the top of any to-do list when visiting Maryland. Make time to include a visit to the Assateague Island National Seashore and see if you can spot the famous wild ponies. No visit to Maryland would be complete without a visit to Fort McHenry, which was the inspiration for the “Star Spangled Banner”

From the coastal plains to the Appalachian Mountains there is something for everyone in Virginia.  Whether you want to hike the Appalachian Trails, or drive the famed Blue Ridge Parkway, there is plenty to see and explore. Head east to the Hampton Roads or Eastern Shore Regions and explore the many beaches and parks, including Virginia Beach and the Chincoteague Island Beach.

The Appalachian Mountains define the landscape of West Virginia and are the backdrop for many adventures. Go deep inside the mountain and explore the Seneca Caverns or tour many of the mines that shaped this land. 

Our favorite things to do in Colonial America