Take the Quiz: Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Virginia
Elmira | 19 - 02 - 2022
Updated: February 19, 2022 11:00 pm IST
Virginia is known as the historic state on the Atlantic coast and a spectacular vacation destination. It is home to the Appalachian Trail, Presidential homes, Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, Shenandoah National Park, the Arlington National Cemetery, and many more. Participate in top-rated tourist attractions in Virginia trivia questions to see how much you know about the state of Virginia. Whether you are a mountain lover or wine enthusiast, the state offers something for everyone. Take our quiz about strange places in west Virginia to plan your next trip.
1. What Is the Number One Attraction in West Virginia?
Blackwater Falls State Park, Virginia Beach, the Greenbrier, Busch Gardens, the Natural Bridge, and Manassas National Battlefield Park are some of the top attractions in Virginia that you shouldn’t miss.
2. Where are Busch Gardens in Virginia?
The 422-acre amusement park Busch Gardens is located in Williamsburg, Virginia. The park was constructed by Anheuser-Busch. It is owned by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.
3. How Many Guest Rooms Are There in the Greenbrier?
Greenbrier has 710 guest rooms, 20 restaurants and 36 retail shops. It also contains over 55 indoor and outdoor activities and sports facilities. Phil Mickelson & Bubba Watson own homes at the Greenbrier.
4. Which Part of Virginia Beach Is the Best?
North Boardwalk is considered the best spot in Virginia Beach as it has the hottest nightlife and top-rated restaurants. The best Virginia beach dishes are Lynnhaven Oysters, She-Crab Soup, Orange Crushes and more.
5. How Big Are Luray Caverns?
Luray Caverns aka Luray Cave covers 64 acres (26 hectares) and was found in 1878. They started to take shape around 400 million years ago, formed by underground rivers and seepage of acid-bearing water.
6. Are There Monarch Butterflies in Natural Bridges?
Natural Bridges is home to the orange and black Monarch Butterfly also scientifically called Danaus plexippus. Every year (fall and winter), monarchs come to Natural Bridges State Beach.
7. What Battle Was Fought in Manassas, Virginia?
The First Battle of Bull Run, also called the Battle of Manassas, was the first major land battle of the American Civil War. Union and Confederate armies fought in Manassas Junction, on July 21, 1861.
8. When Was Mount Vernon Built?
Mount Vernon, a popular American landmark, was owned by Geroge Washintong, the first US president.In 1674, the Washington family bought the land.
9. What’s the Qualification to Be Buried in Arlington?
Soldiers died during active duty, retired armed force officers, veterans and their family members are qualified to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. It contains the burial of over 400,000 men and women.
10. In Which City Are Busch Gardens Located in Virginia?
Busch Gardens, also known as Busch Gardens Europe and Busch Gardens: The Old Country, is located in Williamsburg, Virginia. It is the most beautiful theme park in the world since 1990. Its length is 422-acres.
11. When Was Williamsburg Founded?
Williamsburg was founded in 1636 and was the capital of the Virginia Colony from 1699 to 1780. It was named Middle Plantation; later it changed to Williamsburg in 1699.
12. How Much Does It Cost to Get Into the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts?
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is open to the public everyday and entry fee is free. It was opened in 1936.
13. When Was Shenandoah National Park Established?
Shenandoah National Park was opened in 1935. Skyline Drive and the core of the park were constructed at the beginning of World War II. Congress announced half part of it as protected wilderness.
14. How Long Is the Richmond Canal Walk?
The Canal Walk stretches 1.25 miles along the James River and Kanawha and Haxall Canals. The construction of the canal project started in 1785 and later it was restarted by the James River and Kanawha Canal Company.
15. How Much Money Is Mount Vernon Worth?
The land of George Washington's Original Mount Vernon Estate was bought for $50 million. It was named after British Admiral Edward Vernon. Thomas Edison installed electricity in the place in 1916.