Local Attractions

 

Restaurants In Montross

Angelo’s Pizza. Located at 15835 Kings Highway in Montross. Pizza Italian Steak and Seafood Restaurant. (804) 493-8694.

The Art of Coffee. Located in Montross, the Northern Neck of Virginia’s premier coffeehouse & art gallery.

Yesterday’s Family RestaurantAt Yesterday’s, the comforting atmosphere presents the feeling of being in the family home of a close friend. Along with the comfortable setting, you will find that the menu offers many selections, ranging from traditional American dishes and regional favorites, to rare gourmet treats. The friendly staff is helpful with suggestions, and happy to cater to special orders.

Wineries

Generals Ridge VineyardThe perfect retreat… For a quiet weekend get-a-way… For a vacation… For a wedding… For an anniversary… For a family reunion… For an off-site business/banquet meeting… For any special occasion… For weekend happy hours, wine tastings and wine dinners. (Located 8 miles from Montross)

Chesapeakebaywinetrail.com. Get discounts and a chance to win prizes. A great way to explore Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay Wine Country.

Virginiawine.org. Welcome to the official (not to mention essential) guide to Virginia wineries and wine events.

Local Attractions

Westmoreland State Park.

The Westmoreland County Museum & visitors center.

Captain Thomas Tours. Virginia’s Rappahannock River is full of adventure, history, and excitement. It all comes alive for you in a day you’ll always remember, aboard the cruise boat “Captain Thomas”.

Colonial-beach-virginia-attractions.com. This quaint riverside resort town is nestled on the Potomac River in Virginia’s Northern Neck region, with all it’s history, rich heritage and unspoiled beauty.

George Washington’s Birthplace. George Washington’s Birthplace preserves the heart of the Washington lands and a memorial plantation. Here, in the peace and beauty of this place untouched by time, the staunch character of our nation’s first hero comes to the imagination.

Stratford Hall. Stratford Hall, which occupies around 1900 acres along the Potomac River, is still farmed and has a public dining room, gift shop, research library, and visitor center. Overnight accommodations are available.