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Top 21 Small Cities In Virginia

10. Culpeper

Tucked away in Northern Virginia’s Wine Region, Culpeper is home to several wineries including Unicorn Winery, Old House Vineyards and Gray Ghost Vineyards. Virginia’s only legal moonshine distillery, Belmont Farm, is also housed in Culpeper.

Rich in history, this little town is home to Civil War sites like the Graffiti House at Brandy Station, Kelly’s Ford and Cedar Mountain Battlefield. For an expansive yet comprehensive experience, The Museum of Culpeper History takes visitors from prehistoric times to current times, including the founding of the United States.

The Culpeper countryside is perfect for fishing, biking, horseback riding, hiking and canoeing, or take a drive along the scenic byways, enjoying the Colonial era churches and historic Victorian and Colonial homes along the way.

Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy the outstanding shopping experience that this little town has to offer. Discover treasures in the quaint little shops, explore the many antique stores and enjoy the down home feel of the little country stores. Families can stay in one of the welcoming little inns while couples can enjoy a little R&R at one of the Bed and Breakfasts.

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