Check Out Augustine Golf Club
Just one mile from the Potomac River, this beautiful Tuscan-style winery includes a delicious bistro, tasting room, courtyard, pavilion and event room. A special cellar acts as both a barrel room, as well as a romantic dining room for elegant meals, tastings and special functions. The vineyard grounds were once part of the Richland property, previously owned by Robert Fitzhugh Lee, Governor of Virginia in 1885.
Riverside Theater is an awesome performing arts center with a rotating roster of shows & musicals, plus delicious multi-course meals! Aside from the normally scheduled main-stage musical and dramatic productions, musical adaptations of popular children’s stories in the Children’s Theatre and innumerable wedding receptions, celebratory social gatherings, business meetings, military balls and high school proms have been hosted at the Riverside Theater!
Visit the quarry where the U.S. Government’s most famous buildings were born! Government Island, a historic 18th and 19th century quarry site provided Aquia sandstone for the construction of the U.S. Capitol and the White House and other historic buildings in Washington, D.C. Today this 17-acre park is a historic scenic nature preserve and archaeological site. It has a boardwalk, ideal for observing aquatic and native plants, birds and other wildlife.