About Clifton, Virginia
This quaint little town is a real hit for those looking to get out of D.C. for the day to experience what rural Virginia really has to offer. At just an hour away from D.C, many visitors chose to go to Clifton as it combines a wide variety of things to do and see as well as being home to the closest winery to D.C. Rich history and enough small shops to keep anyone happy allows Clifton to capture your attention and hold onto it for as long as you are there.
With a population of just around 300, this town is as welcoming as it is connected. The notable historical value of the town can also not be dismissed as it was home to a crucial union railroad station during the civil war and has seen many former presidents reside at its hotel. Families in this town all live comfortably and the preservation acts within the town often making zoning and construction issues a rather common occurrence.