Shenandoah Caverns is an ideal destination for anyone who enjoys visiting multiple attractions at one location. There are now four attractions on site at this remarkable underground caverns site. You can take a guided one hour tour of this fascinating and beautiful cave.
New Market Battlefield State Historical Park, the Virginia Museum of the Civil War, and the 19th Century Bushong Farm, commemorate a unique moment in American history--- when college boys, Cadets from VMI, engaged in pitched battle and helped win a victory for the Confederate Army.
The Augusta Military Academy Museum is located in the AMA Alumni House in Fort Defiance, Virginia. The museum sits among stately old trees and expansive lawns on the grounds of the now-closed military academy.
Moss Museum--150 P. Buckley Moss Dr., Waynesboro--540-949-6473
The P. Buckley Moss Museum houses the permanent collection of Pat's work offering a retrospective tour of her art and life. The Museum collection also includes religious art, the Virginia collection, and other modernistic styles not commonly associated with Pat's art.
A convenient travel plan along country roads in the Northern Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The loop includes recommended visits to numerous remote "treasures" including Virginia wineries, a whiskey distillery, eateries and other high interest features along the way. View Video
Founded in 1976, we are the oldest winery in the historic Shenandoah Valley. A tour of the winery will show you how the grapes are grown, harvested, and processed. You can see how wine is coaxed from the grape into the bottle. We invite you to sample a taste of Shenandoah.
Gazing across the horizon from the peaks of Shenandoah National Park it’s hard to believe you are just 75 miles from the bustle of our nation’s capitol. Take Skyline Drive along the crest of the mountains through the woods and past spectacular vistas. Hike in the shade of oak trees along the Appalachian Trail, discover the stories from Shenandoah’s past, or just relax in the wonder of the wilderness.
Experiencing “America’s Favorite Drive”
A drive down the Blue Ridge Parkway is slow paced and relaxing. Almost any overlook or trail will reveal much of the natural and cultural history here. Explore the many communities along the route that make our region so special. Enjoy the view, but watch the road!