If you're into colonial history, you cannot miss Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown and the scenic Colonial National Parkway connecting the three towns.
The fifty state flags and a fountain featuring a colonial sailing ship design at the Jamestowne Visitor Center.
The old church in Jamestowne
Inside the old church of Jamestowne.
The James River. I like to think the view hasn't changed much in the past 400 years.
The remains of a foundation of a house in old Jamestowne.
The History of Duke of Gloucester Street
Williamsburg's Merchants Sqaure, located between Colonial Williamsburg and the College of William & Mary.
The Capitol Building, house of the colonial and state governments before the capital was moved to Richmond.
The old Court House
The Yorktown Victory Memorial, designated early in American history as a memorial to the Revolutionary War.
A beautiful, large colonial house in historic downtown Yorktown.
A pretty little cottage in historic downtown Yorktown.
The Coleman Bridge stretching over the York River and the Yorktown riverfront. Historic houses mix with local tourists enjoying a summer's day on the beach.
A quiet street in downtown West Point.
My beautiful car sitting in quiet West Point.
Fort Monroe, where Hampton Roads flows into the Chesapeake Bay. This fort was built following the War of 1812 and is the oldest fort still is use by the United States Army. But with the long history of the core fort, the base is open to visitors. I, though, arrived at dusk and had no time to see much of the fort.