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The Weather in Rappahannock County
Check out the climate diagram for Rappahannock County. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 23°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Explore the best of Rappahannock County with a vacation home
Established in 1833, Rappahannock County is home to Washington, a town that is entirely listed on the Register of National Historic Places. The county retains a friendly, "small town" feel, earning the admiration of families and outdoor sports enthusiasts. Choose from a range of condos, vacation homes and rentals in Rappahannock's bucolic countryside. The main towns of Washington, Sperryville and Flint Hill are charming too.
Art and culture in Rappahannock
The Rappahannock Historical Society is a great starting point for those interested in the county's history. Don't forget to pick up memorabilia, historical maps, and Rappahannock-made products at their souvenir shop. Antiques at Middle Street in Washington meanwhile, is a treasure trove of period furniture, Chinese artifacts, depression glass, ticktock clocks, and much more.
Schoolhouse Antiques and Copper Fox Antiques in Sperryville are both worth browsing through, and certainly evoke memories of a by-gone era. Discover local art in the galleries and private artist studios of Washington, Sperryville and Flint Hill. For classes in stained glass and mosaics, drop by De'Danann Glassworks in Sperryville.
Excursion destinations and activities
Rappahannock offers visitors the chance to paint in the great outdoors with local artist Nora Harrington. With all materials provided, participants can create a scenery step-by-step en plein air.
A cycle tour is the perfect way to discover Rappahannock's exciting wineries and sweeping countryside. The county is also only a couple of hour's drive from Washington D.C., perfect for a day trip to see its historic landmarks.
Regular events in Rappahannock County
Rappahannock County boasts a packed cultural calendar all year round. High on the list is Castleton Festival, a summer opera and classical music festival. Film enthusiasts will enjoy The Film Festival in Little Washington.
Black History Month in February is celebrated with fervor across the county. Held in October, the Rappahannock Oyster Festival in Washington is an opportunity to savor oyster preparations in outdoor settings.
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