See Charlottesville by hopping aboard the free trolley and cruising the Historic Downtown area and the University of Virginia’s Corner. The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society’s walking tours will regal you with tales of local heroes like Lewis and Clark. UVA offers tours, starting at the Pantheon-inspired Rotunda and families of young children won’t want to miss the Virginia Discovery Museum or McGuffey Park. For outdoor play, visit Shenandoah National Park, now celebrating 75 amazing years. Go to CharlottesvilleFamily.com for a calendar of events and be sure to visit use the following resources on your next trip to Charlottesville.
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Above photos credited to and including all rights reserved to (from left to right): 3. Monticello: Leonard Phillips, courtesy Thomas Jefferson Foundation. 5. UVA's Scott Stadium, courtesy Virginia Athletics Media Relations. 7. Blue Ridge Parkway, Robin Bethke.
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