Destination Virginia

Destination Virginia

Destination Virginia uncovers hidden gems, getaways in your own backyard and epic vacation ideas to add to your bucket list.

An annex of the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, this amazing place houses technical advancements in avionics dating from 1903 to 2011.
Have you been searching for the best seafood spot in Norfolk, with daily specials and locally sourced fish? Well, look no further than 456 Fish on Granby St.! 456 Fish is the perfect spot for a celebration, drinks with...
Karen Endsley Though she’s traveled extensively around the world including to China, Morocco, Egypt and Greece, her favorite destination country is Italy, where she spent several months learning cooking secrets from chefs in that country. Her love of travel is...
We all know that there are many options when it comes to dining in Hampton Roads, but the best choices are the restaurants of RZ Restaurants in Downtown Norfolk! Join us as Karen and Barry take us on a...
Destination VA visits the Virginia Air and Space Center in Downtown Hampton!
Bobby Hollywood welcomes Olivia Gray of RZ Restaurants as we feature Byrd & Baldwin, a one of a kind, upscale, dining experience in Downtown Norfolk! Byrd & Baldwin is famous not only for their grain fed Midwestern all natural beef,...
In this episode of Destination Virginia, Barry and Karen explore the Virginia Air & Space Center in Hampton! Meeting with Bob Griesmer, Executive Director and CEO, they learn about the past, present and future of the museum and about...
Hosts Barry McKay and Karen Endsley visit the Jamestown Settlement to experience some hands on history! They travel back to 1607 when the British first landed in Jamestown, Virginia. Watch as history is brought to life in this Destination...
Named after the Governor of Virginia during the War of 1812 and designed by Thomas Jefferson, Barboursville offers scenery like none other. Visit the ruins as well as the Winery and sample their 19 great wines.
Destination Virginia takes us to the very 1st Public Works project in the United States. Billy Simmons, Historic Interpreter, reflects on the importance of having a lighthouse at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. "A lot of shipwrecks were...