Steeped in history, Virginia is where the first English colonists arrived in the US. The state went on to play a key role in the American Revolution and was later home to a slew of historic statesmen including George Washington. Today, Old Dominion proudly chronicles its past while embracing modern times, blending historic homes and fascinating museums with a booming culinary and craft beer scene. Simply contact our team and we'll arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Virginia.
Virginia is an icon of American history, scattered with endless heritage sites, exhibits and monuments. The state has been home to no less than eight early U.S. presidents – George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor and Woodrow Wilson – and you can visit their estates, childhood homes, churches and burial sites during your visit. Uncover the region’s war history at hallowed battlefields such as Manassas National Battlefield Park, where the first major land battle of the Civil War was fought.
Delve deeper into Virginia’s storied past on a tour of the Historic Triangle – Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown. The scenic Colonial Parkway plantation route connects the Triangle’s living history highlights; while Williamsburg is also home to the world-famous Busch Gardens theme park. But Virginia’ isn’t just known for its wartime history; it’s also a hotbed of musical heritage. Follow the 300-mile Crooked Road, a southwestern music trail that connects old time, bluegrass and country music venues from the Blue Ridge Highlands to the Heart of Appalachia.
Virginia is a nature lover’s paradise, with endless breathtaking natural landscapes to discover in national and state parks and on trails and drives. Follow the Blue Ridge Parkway from Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina, taking in spectacular Appalachian Mountain scenery along the way; and explore Great Falls National Park, where the Potomac River cascades over steep rocks and through a narrow gorge.
Urbanites are also well catered-for here. Virginia’s buzzing capital city, Richmond, offers world-class shopping, modern art galleries, a thriving culinary scene and over 20 craft breweries; while Arlington sits across the river from Washington D.C. and blends historic sites with upmarket boutiques and modern skyscrapers. The farm-to-fork movement is big news across the state and visitors can sample an array of lovingly prepared local produce, from freshly-caught oysters in Chesapeake Bay to wine from the state’s signature Viognier grape.
Simply contact our team and we’ll arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Virginia, landing at airports including Washington Dulles International Airport and Norfolk International Airport.