Shenandoah Caverns
Augusta Military Academy, Fort Defience
Shenandoah Vineyards, Edinburg
P Buckley Moss Museum, Waynesboro
Shenandoah Caverns
Stonewall Jackson House Museum, Lexington
New Market Historical Park
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ATTRACTIONS: Battlefields, Caverns, Museums, Historic Sites
Caverns:
Dixie Caverns--5753 W. Main St., (Exit 132, I-81), Salem--540-380-2085
Endless Caverns--Route 11, New Market--540-896-2283
Grand Caverns is a Natural National Landmark show cave  located in Grottoes, Virginia. It is ranked the #2 caverns in the United States of America and is America's Oldest Show Cave.
Luray Caverns--970 US Hwy. 211 West, Luray--540-743-6551
Natural Bridge Caverns--Rt. 11, Natural Bridge--800-533-1410
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.
Skyline Caverns--Rt. 340 South, Front Royal--800-296-4545

Civil War Attractions:
Grand Caverns--5 Grand Caverns Dr., Grottoes--540-249-5705
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.

Civil War Foundations:
Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation--8437 Valley Pike, Middletown--540-869-2064
Kernstown Battlefield Association--PO Box 1327, Winchester--540-869-2896
Shen. Valley Battlefields Foundation--298 W. Old Cross Rd., New Market--540-740-4545

Historic Sites:
Belle Grove Plantation--336 Belle Grove Rd., Middletown--540-869-2028
Confederate Soldiers Cemetery--Main St., Mt. Jackson--lnccsa@infionline.net
Historic Long Branch--830 Long Branch Lane, Millwood--540-837-1856
Natural Bridge--Rt. 11, Natural Bridge--800-533-1410

Historical Societies:
Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society--312 E. Ridgeway St., Clifton Forge--540-862-2210
Clark County Historical Foundation--32 E. Main St., Berryville--540-955-2600
Elkton Historical Society 310 E. Rockingham St., Elkton--540-298-5390
Fincastle--PO Box 19, Fincastle--540-473-3077
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society--High St., Dayton--540-879-2681
Historic Staunton Foundation--120 S. Augusta St., Staunton--540-885-7676
Historical Society of Western Virginia--One Market Square--Roanoke--540-342-5770
New Market Historical Society--PO Box 141, New Market--540-740-2740
Newtown History Center--5408 Main St., Stephens City--540-869-1700
Rockbridge Historical Society--E. Washington St., Lexington--540-464-1058
Shenandoah County Historical Society--P.O. Box 506, Edinburg--540-984-7842
Waynesboro Heritage Foundation--420 S. Wayne Ave., Waynesboro--540-943-3943
Winchester-Frederick--1340 S. Pleasant Valley Rd., Winchester--540-662-6550

Museums:
American Celebration on Parade--I-81, Exit 269, Shenandoah Caverns--540-477-4300
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.
CrossRoads Heritage Center--1921 Heritage Center Way, Harrisonburg--540-438-1275
Eavers Classic Cars Museum--402 Folly Mills Station Rd., Staunton--540-337-1126
Welcome to the historic Edinburg Mill, one of the few Mills to survive the burning during the Civil War. The Mill also provides a visitor center and gift shop.
Frontier Culture Museum--I-81, Exit 222, West on US 250, Staunton--540-332-7850
George C. Marshall Museum--VMI Parade, Lexington--540-463-7103
George Washington's Office Museum--Braddock & Cork St., Winchester--540-662-4412
Harrisonburg Children's Museum--30 N. Main St., Harrisonburg--540-443-8900
The Heritage Museum offer exhibits relating to the history and folk life of the Cental Shenandoah Valley, including its distinctive Civil War stories.
Museum of the Shenandoah Valley--901 Amherst St., Winchester--540-662-1473
Natural Bridge Wax Museum--Rt. 11, Natural Bridge--800-533-1410
Old Court House Civil War Museum--20 N. Loudoun St., Winchester--540-542-1145
Patsy Cline Historic House--608 S. Kent St., Winchester--540-662-5555
  • 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.
Port Republic Museum--Water St., Port Republic--540-249-3156
Salem Museum--801 East Main St., Salem--540-389-6760
Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum--54 S. Loudoun St., Winchester--540-722-2020
Experience the pre-war life of Confederate General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson at this historic home, garden, and museum shop.
Toy Museum--PO Box 87, Natural Bridge--540-291-9920
Virginia Museum of Transportation--303 Norfolk Ave., Roanoke--540-342-5670
Virginia Quilt Museum--301 S. Main St., Harrisonburg--540-433-3818
Warren Rifles Confederate Museum--95 Chester St., Front Royal--540-636-6982
Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library--18-24 N. Coalter St., Staunton--540-885-0897

National Forests/Parks:
Blue Ridge Parkway--PO Box 2136,  Asheville, NC--336-294-1172
GW & Jefferson National Forests--5162 Valley Pointe Pkwy., Roanoke--540-265-5100
Lee Ranger District, USDA Forest Service--109 Molineu Rd., Edinburg--540-984-4101
Shenandoah National Park--PO Box 727, Luray--800-778-2851
Shenandoah River State Park--Route 340, Bentonville--800-933-7275

Theme Parks:
Step into the world of the prehistoric past, where visitors can turn back the pages of time to the Mesozoic era, where dinosaurs were the only creatures that roamed the earth.

Vineyards:    (Click here for more Virginia Vineyards)
Barren Ridge Vineyards--984 Barren Ridge Rd., Fishersville--540-248-3300
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
Blue Ridge Vineyard--1027 Shiloh Dr., Eagle Rock--540-798-7642
Bluestone Vineyard--4828 Spring Creek Rd., Bridgewater--540-828-0099
Cave Ridge Vineyard--1476 Conicville Rd., Mt. Jackson--540-477-2585
Crooked Run Cellars--1685 Crooked Run Rd., Mt. Jackson--540-477-9030
Cross Keys Vineyards--6011 East Timber Ridge Rd., Mt Crawford--540-234-0505
Lexington Valley Vineyard--80 Norton Way, Rockbridge Baths--540-462-2974
Linden Vineyards--3708 Harrels Corner Rd., Linden--540-364-1997
North Mountain Vineyard and Winery--4374 Swartz Rd., Maurertown--540-436-9463
Oasis Winery--14141 Hume Rd., Hume--800-304-7656
Rockbridge Vineyard--30 Hill View Lane, Raphine--888-511-9463
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.
Veramar Vineyards--905 Quarry Rd., Berryville--540-955-5510
Wisteria Farm & Vineyard--1126 Marksville Rd., Stanley--540-742-1489
Wolf Gap Vineyard--123 Stout Rd., Edinburg--540-984-3306

Wildlife Center:
The Wildlife Center of Virginia--S. Delphine Ave., Waynesboro--540-942-9453

Zoos:
Luray Zoo--1087 US Hwy. 211 West, Luray--540-743-4113
Mill Mountain Zoo--Parkway Spur Rd., Roanoke--540-343-3241
Natural Bridge Zoo--Rt. 11, Natural Bridge--540-291-2420
Virginia Safari Park--229 Safari Lane, Natural Bridge--540-291-3205
Wilson's Wild Animal Park--985 W. Parkins Mill Rd., Winchester--540-662-5715



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Shenandoah, a wilderness oasis
in the busy east
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.
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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!


The Heritage Museum, Dayton
Edinburg Mill Museum, Edinburg