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Plan your spring break in Virginia

Hit the beach, ride roller coasters, hike, bike or zip your way through spring break in Virginia. Spring break in Mid-April means the weather should be great, no matter where your spring break plans take your family.

Whatever your childrens' ages, there's something for everyone during spring break in Virginia
Whatever your childrens' ages, there's something for everyone during spring break in Virginia
Scott K. Brown, Virginia Tourism Corporation
Spend spring break at Virginia Beach this year
Virginia Tourism Corporation

The Virginia Tourism Corporation invites your family to fall in love with Virginia this spring. Here are some spring break plans for your family.

Nothing says spring break like Virginia Beach. Watch the sunrise while you gather seashells on the beach, try your hand at fly fishing, build sand castles as you make memories and enjoy some great seafood.

Take a nature hike at a Virginia State Park. Geocaching is a favorite family activity at many Virginia State Parks. Geocaching is the new hide and seek, played with a GPS. Get back to nature this spring.

Busch Gardens and Kings Dominion are perfect spring break family destinations. Take in a few shows, ride the roller coasters and enjoy a family getaway.

Dig into Virginia's history with a family spring break vacation at Colonial Williamsburg or Jamestown Settlement. Your kids will learn about the history of the Commonwealth as they enjoy hands-on activities.

Day trips offer an economical way to enjoy spring break with your family. Choose a favorite destination and spend the day or pick a few places to visit during the week.

Your little ones will love the Virginia Zoological Park in Norfolk. With more than 350 animals, your children will fall in love with the antics of the monkeys, elephants and tigers.

Visit one of the many children's museums in Virginia. From Lynchburg's Amazement Square to the Children's Museum of Richmond, there are lots of activities to keep your kids busy.

Your school age kids will love a trip to the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville, Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke or the Danville Science Center.

Teens and 'tweens will enjoy thrills with no spills at Go Ape, a treetop adventure center near Williamsburg. Book your adventure in advance and enjoy a zip line and obstacle course tour that will keep you moving.

Hike the Appalachian Trail with your teens for spring break. Pick a starting point and enjoy an adventure you can continue on future trips to the woods.

Visit Virginia this year for spring break. Spend a week at a resort or a quiet day in the woods. Whether you prefer a day on the beach or a walk through history, Virginia is a great place for spring beach lovers.

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