Articles in Tourism

Chef Rina Estero

by Luke Brigham on

Chef Rina's cooking style is profoundly influenced by her travels. Focusing primarily on French food, most importantly the attention to quality, Chef Rina is always trying to work the characteristics of Filipino cuisine into her dishes.... Read full article


by Nathan Warters on

Fill fall nights with fright at Busch Gardens® Howl-O-Scream®. At the stroke of 6 p.m. Busch Gardens becomes home to a host of creepy creatures that lie in wait for unsuspecting victims. Guests should consider the park’s elevated scare factor.... Read full article

Dinosaurs Invade the Children’s Museum of Virginia

by David Schulte on

Long before North America was populated by corn fields and cows, dinosaurs roamed the land. A new temporary exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Virginia in Portsmouth allows children and adults to explore dinosaur habitats.... Read full article

Walkin’ on Sunshine in Smithfield

by Lois Tokarz on

There’s no better way to enjoy a “staycation,” taking in all the delights of the summer season in a relaxed, laid back spot than a visit to Smithfield. This enchanting hamlet offers all the allure of a small town - a historic Main Street.... Read full article

Virginia International Tattoo

by Corrie Smith on

“Words cannot explain the Virginia International Tattoo other than to say it's the most amazing and inspiring gathering of military bands, drill teams, and performers from the U.S. service branches and from militaries around the world. It gave me goo... Read full article