The field at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club will consist of 120 top PGA TOUR professionals from around the world, competing for their share of a $6.5 million purse. The National has grown into one of the premier stops on the PGA TOUR, boasting an impressive list of champions -- K.J. Choi, Anthony Kim, Tiger Woods, Justin Rose, Nick Watney and Bill Haas. The event raises funds and awareness for the Tiger Woods Foundation and pays tribute to our armed forces.
Virginia’s rich history, culture and spectacular scenery, from beautiful beaches to mountains, make it a perfect holiday playground. Don’t miss its award-winning wines.
From soaring mountains to scenic Atlantic Coast beaches, the Commonwealth of Virginia is diverse enough to feed every passion. You'll discover outdoor adventures, historic sites, compelling museums, unique restaurants and 22 winding wine trails to explore.
The Virginia Pork Festival is the East Coast’s largest outdoor barbecue. The festival combines outstanding pork dishes with continuous live music from five stages to make this one of the region's favorite festivals.
Featuring the best local restaurants Richmond has to offer and all at $3 a plate! Bring your appetite and cash and plan on grazing your way down Broad Street. There will be plenty of Virginia wines and beers to wash down the delicious offerings with, as well as great vendors to visit and music to please your ears.
Dr. Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Ralph Stanley II, Judy Marshall, Rhonda Vincent and The Rage, Melvin Goins and more will perform at the 2015 festival! The festival is hosted at Stanley's very own Hills of Home Park in the mountains of Virginia. Festival goers can take advantage of shuttle rides from the festival to the Ralph Stanley Museum and Traditional Mountain Music Center.
A family night out at the museum with trick-or-treating, games and crafts, haunted house and ship, ghostly tales, and spooky straw maze.
This biennial, international athletic event is open to active and retired law enforcement and fire service personnel from around the world, attracting approximately 12,000 entrants – slightly fewer than the Summer Olympic Games! Since the games launched in 1985, tens of thousands of first responders from 70 countries have showcased their athletic abilities across more than 60 competitions hosted over the 10 day event.
This exhibition is the first major American exhibition to consider the French floral still life across the 19th century. It features approximately 70 flower paintings by more than 30 artists, including well-known painters such as Eugène Delacroix, Gustave Courbet, Henri Fantin-Latour, Édouard Manet, Vincent van Gogh and Henri Matisse, as well as less familiar figures such as Antoine Berjon and Simon Saint-Jean.