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  • A patriotic pair enjoy planting the flag in the garden at Ferry Farm.
  • Augustine Golf Course enjoyed a major upgrade in early 2012.
  • Artifacts at the White Oak Civil War Museum.
  • Don’t miss it! Visit The National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico.
  • The White Oak Museum constructed winter huts to the exact specification of Civil War Soldiers who encamped in Stafford County.
  • Stafford County, Marine Reunion HQ!
  • Authentic music played from period instruments on the Chatham Manors lawn.
  • Aquia Landing offers solitude, good fishing and a place to put in your kayak.
  • Cindi and Skip Causey welcome you to their beautiful Potomac Point Winery. Special occasions are celebrated with every visit.
  • Historic Aquia Church, immediately off I-95 Exit 140.
  • This CHARGE is one for the records, Union and Confederates join in.
  • The Marine Museum large enough to fly airplanes inside!
  • Couples reunite with childhood friends along the Grapes and Grain Trail.
  • Sally Struthers stole the show in Hello Dolly at Riverside Theater in 2011.
  • Get exercise and education along the Government Island Scenic Heritage Trail.
  • Stafford County offers nature trails and parks, so claim your space in the great outdoors.
  • Stop and smell the roses as you unwind when you visit Gari Melchers’ amazing grounds, trails and gardens.
  • Master Gardners keep Chatham flowers and grounds beautiful year round.
  • A young surveyor at the Washington Home. Maybe he’ll make something of himself, one day.
  • Racing through the same fields George Washington did, at exactly your age!
  • Jim Thomas, who lives in Stafford County, is an Authority and Program Presenter on US Slaves songs.
  • Take more than a 3 hour cruise. The Godspeed did - and docked on the shore of Aquia Landing.
  • Visit the White Oak Civil War Museum, and you’ll be amazed at what the soldiers left behind!
  • View of Government Island from the air.
  • Hayrides are a favorite at Hartwood’s annual Fall Festival.jpg
  • Painting on the Grounds is part of a spring artist event at Gari Melchers Art Studio.
  • Listen to the Still Small Voice at a presentation at Aquia Landing dedication of the NEWEST Trail to Freedom Site.
  • Fife and drums set the mood for many special activities at colonial tourism sites.
  • Discovery all of the wonderful wines that Potomac Point and Hartwood have to offer.
  • Augustine Clubhouse - a private club setting with public play.
  • Live music in the courtyard on Friday Nights at Potomac Point Winery.
  • First-person interpreters and environmental theater help visitors understand more about colonial life.
  • Frontiersmen display cooking techniques of old at Ferry Farm’s 4th of July Celebration.
  • Special African-American Heritage events are held often at Aquia Landing.
  • History and archeology camps are hosted in the summer at many heritage tourism sites in Stafford.
  • Cheers to the hundreds of visitors who enjoy Virginia Wines at Stafford County vineyards.
  • Gari Melchers is an American Impressionist. HIs art studio and his home, Belmont, are in Historic Falmouth.
  • Grinding corn helps you know where your food comes from.
  • Take your BEST SHOT at Cannon Ridge Golf Club.
  • Patawomeck Chief Two Eagles prepares to greet visitors at George Washington’s Boyhood Home.
  • Wings and Wheels Airshow is sponsored by Stafford Rotary at the Regional Airport every fall.
  • Farmers wanted!
  • Chatham Manor in full bloom.
  • A patriotic pair enjoy planting the flag in the garden at Ferry Farm.
  • General George Washington meets a young friend, who was his age when he lived in Stafford County.
  • What a beautiful way to enjoy the afternoon!
  • The pause that refreshes. Stopping at the 19th hole and enjoying the beautiful view at the Gauntlet Golf Course.
  • Old Glory displayed at Chatham, NPS HQ.
  • Can you grow up to be President? George did!
  • Some of George Washington’s Young Friends in the Garden learning about food and clothing sources for the colonists.
  • THOUSANDS of recovered artifacts are on display at the White Oak Civil War Museum.
  • Broadway at the Riverside Theater 2011 performs Chicago.
  • Civil War Santa visits Chatham each December, in the costume of more than a century ago.
  • Union Reenactor taking a break from the HEAT of Battle.
  • Augustine is a favorite for Mid-Atlantic golf trips.
  • Henry Box Brown passed through Aquia Landing when he MAILED HIMSELF to freedom in Philadelphia.
  • Hand-held, kid-friendly displays are available to help learn by doing.
  • From these stones the walls of the US Capitol and White House were made.
  • Bird’s-eye view of the Demonstration Garden at George Washington’s Boyhood Home.
  • Torn and tattered but never faded - Old Glory at Chatham Manor.