Natural Bridge

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Nature's "Eye Candy"
Considered the pride of Rockbridge County, VA, this naturally carved 215-foot high limestone formation was once owned by Thomas Jefferson, who built a cabin there for visitors and was surveyed by a teenage George Washington who was said to have carved his initials on the rock. Open year-round, visitors can journey the 137 steps to the bridge, learn about the area's earliest inhabitants at the Monacan Indian Village, visit a foam replica of Stonehenge, and at night witness the "Drama of Creation," a dazzling interpretive light and music display about the Seven Days of Creation using the bridge as the backdrop.
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