Summer is heating up, and so is Charlottesville’s social life. Whether you’re putting on a shindig for your closest office mates or planning a grad party for the ages, we’ve got you covered. Read on for some of our very favorite private events spaces in Charlottesville, VA.
If Orange is known for anything, the town is known for its hospitality. Every restaurant and shop is owned by community members who care solely about providing the best and most memorable experience to all who visit. So make your way to Orange, VA! The adventures are casually elegant here.
Visitors to James Monroe’s Highland who book the special After Hours at Highland, will be greeted by the fifth president of the United States, played by first-person interpreter Beau Robbins. The hour-long tours, from 4:30 to 5:30, will take place on December 11, 18, 28 and 29, and groups are limited to 16 participants.
The Rivanna Trail is Exhibit A that Cville is as cool as its hype. Born over 30 years ago, today the trail remains as essential as it is magical, 20 miles of city-encircling, urban-escaping, recreation path that rivals the best in America.
With limited time to explore, the Monticello Trail is Charlottesville’s red carpet of Jeffersonian past and wine-tourism future. Enjoy your excursion and return before anyone has missed you!
There's no better addition to a night out than live music, and Charlottesville boasts a strong, diverse music scene. Whether you're looking for tunes to accompany your dinner, or see a show, there are tons of places to see amazing musicians and performers. Don't know where to start looking? No problem! We've narrowed down the best live music in Charlottesville