Historic Reedville, Virginia is a small fishing town in the Chesapeake Bay. It has a rich history that can be explored in the museums, as well as a wealthy port that can be seen from the attractive Victorian mansions along Main Street.
Reedville Fisherman's Museum will teach you about the traditional bay boats and legacies of the town. The walking tour will let you meander past beautiful Victorian homes and through the heart of the community.From May through October, you can hop on a boat and explore the secluded island towns of Smith and Tangier Island. Nature abounds and you can take peaceful walks through pine woods and along the shores of the bay and spot wild birds and other wildlife.
May and June are lovely sunny months to visit.