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Travel Guide for Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. Published by Virginia Tourism.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY Massanutten Resort Tubing—McGaheysville JUMP Feel like a kid again (and bring your own) at Valley Jump Park, a trampoline park in Penn Laird. Featuring 7,000 square feet of open jump and obstacle courses, it's the ultimate stop for a ton of fun during your travels. Looking to sightsee from a different perspective? Skydive Shenandoah offers both single and tandem skydiving over the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains and expansive farmlands. SHENANDOAH VALLEY 116 116 S TA B L E C R A F T B R E W I N G ( WAY N E S B O R O ) : T R AV E L I N G N E W LY W E D S / S H E N A N D O A H R I V E R S TAT E PA R K ( B E N T O N V I L L E ) : T O N Y H A L L We guarantee rush hour in the Shenandoah Valley is unlike anywhere else, intersecting breathtaking scenery and outdoor recreation with diverse shopping, restaurants and of course, fabulous vineyards. For a first-hand view of how local geology has shaped both the land and the iconic Seven Bends of the Shenandoah River, head to Seven Bends State Park. More than 1,000 acres include over four miles of river frontage, hiking and mountain biking trails, plus meadows, forests and other natural assets just waiting to be explored. SARAH HAUSER The SHENANDOAH VALLEY reveals stunning natural beauty with each changing season. With the Blue Ridge Mountains to the east and Alleghenies to the west, its rich agricultural roots have created ample opportunity to reconnect with both the land and the locals – at pick-your own farms, family-owned wineries and breweries, and authentic farm-to-table experiences. Straddling Interstate 81 for approximately 140 miles, this region is the ideal getaway for friends and families seeking fresh-air fun, coupling world-class outdoor assets and mountain-centric resorts. EXPLORE Shenandoah River State Park—Bentonville TOUR Adventurers need apply to explore the Fields of Gold Farm Trail. Discover the homegrown side of Virginia, where agriculture first got its roots. From pond to patch and everything in between, local farmers share their experiences and offer the trip of a lifetime for lucky visitors. Get a taste of agri-tourism events like cutting your own Christmas tree at Every Soul Acres or picking your own blueberries at Hickory Hill Farm. Take home stone-ground, preservative-free flours, grits and cornmeal found at Virginia’s oldest, continuously operating commercial grist mill, Wade’s Mill, a registered Virginia Landmark also on the National Register of Historic Places. Stable Craft Brewing—Waynesboro SIP Taste some of the best craft beverages in the Shenandoah Valley along the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail and Shenandoah Spirits Trail. Choose from nearly 50 sites to experience patio sunsets, family-friendly atmospheres (welcoming kids and dogs) and tasty beverages to enjoy with friends. Sample from 16 brews at Stable Craft Brewing, located at Hermitage Hill Farm and Stables (a real working farm you can tour), complete with incredible views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Or, try Winchester Ciderworks, a marriage of old world tradition with new world know-how, featuring locally grown apples from the Shenandoah Valley. PLAY The fun never stops for two great resorts in the area, offering year-round entertainment for families of all ages and sizes. At Bryce Resort, guests can go snow or grass skiing; practice the bike trails with beginner, intermediate and expert trails; play the 18-hole golf course; horseback ride; play tennis; or boat, canoe and paddle on a 45-acre lake. Thrill-seekers can zoom through the skies on their 11 zipline platforms, traversing the slopes and through the woods, too! At Massanutten Resort, enjoy a round of golf, see if you can get out of their escape room and splash around the water park. Plus, head to the family adventure park for activities like snow and summer tubing, quick flight free falling and a Ridge Rappel & Climbing Excursion. VIRGINIA .ORG 117 u O F F E R S A C C E S S F O R P E O P L E W H O A R E B L I N D O R H AV E L O W V I S I O N b c BUSES/GROUP S WELCOME P E T - F R I E N D LY FA C I L I T Y $ P R O V I D E S P R I N T E D M AT E R I A L I N B R A I L L E D PROVIDES DES CRIPTIONS BY A TRAINED AUDIO DES CRIBER P R O V I D E S A D E V I C E U S E D F O R C O M M U N I C AT I O N W I T H A N D B E T W E E N H E A R I N G I M PA I R E D ADMISSION REQUIRED I s W PROVIDES SIGN LANGUAGE PROVIDES ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEMS ADA-COMPLIANT Clear Brook 50 Winchester 340 522 White Post Strasburg Bryce Mountain 81 7 Millwood 33 66 Front Royal 250 Luray Glen Maury Park 101 Maury Park Dr., 540-261-7321; glen-maury-park. 315-acre park offering camping, golf, pool, ball fields, playground, picnic pavilions, hike/bike trails, fishing and access to Maury River. bj 340 Staunton Historic Dayton Tourist Information Center 382 High St., 540-879-2616; BUENA VISTA 340 81 BROWNSBURG Buena Vista Visitor Center 595 East 29th St. I-81 Exit 188A, 540-261-8004; Located off the Blue Ridge Parkway. Outdoor recreation information available. bj Massanutten 33 McGaheysville Harrisonburg The Vista Links 100 Vista Links Dr., 540-261-4653; 18-hole par 72 championship golf course with panoramic mountain views. $b Brownsburg Museum 2716 Brownsburg Tpke., 540-348-1600; brownsburgva. Big things come in small packages at this historic museum. Free. 17 340 211 BROADWAY John Kline Homestead 223 East Springbrook Rd., 540-421-5267; History of Elder John Kline and Brethren Church in the Shenandoah Valley. Call for tour. 522 New Market SHENANDOAH VALLEY q Waynesboro 64 Lyndhurst DAYTON The Heritage Museum 382 High St., 540-879-2681; valleyheritagemuseum. org. Area history, folk art, genealogy library, Stonewall Jackson electric map. $b Silver Lake Mill 2328 Silver Lake Rd., 540-879-3582; Historic mill dating back to 1822! Open Thursday-Saturday, 10am-5pm. b Fort Harrison (Daniel Harrison House) Main St., 540-879-2280; Circa 1749, the oldest home in Dayton and one of the oldest in Rockingham County. EDINBURG Edinburg Mill Visitor Center 214 South Main St., 540-984-8400; Circa 1848 building featuring visitor information. I Eagle Rock on the Tuscarora Trail— Frederick County 64 Lexington 81 Appalachian Trail 304-535-6278; A public footpath that follows more than 2,100 miles of Appalachian Mountain ridgelines. Shenandoah Valley Tourism One of the most popular getaway destinations with four seasons of fun. @VAShenValley Shenandoah Valley Travel Association 800-847-4878; Epic experiences ahead. Visit the Shenandoah Valley. Shenandoah National Park VG 540-999-3500; Cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, quiet wooded hollows - take a hike, meander along Skyline Drive, or picnic with the family. Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District 888-689-4545; From twin battlefields to Stonewall Jackson’s 1862 Valley Campaign, visit the Valley. 118 60 Buena Vista Welcome Center at Clear Brook VG 501 Natural Bridge AFTON Rockfish Gap Visitors Center 130 Afton Cir., 540-943-5187; At the junction of the Blue Ridge Parkway, Shenandoah National Park and the Appalachian Trail. Hours: 9am-5pm. b BASYE Bryce Resort 1982 Fairway Dr. 540-856-2121; Escape to beautiful Bryce Resort in the mountains of Shenadoah Valley for skiing, golf, biking, swimming, zip line and more! Winter, spring, summer, and fall... Bryce Resort, your year-round adventure destination. bjI BENTONVILLE Downriver Canoe Company 884 Indian Hollow Rd., 540-635-5526; Fun and adventure in canoes, kayaks, rafts and tube floats. Shenandoah River State Park 350 Daughter of Stars Dr., 800-933-7275; $bI SMALL TOWN. Virginia Tourism Corporation   Mile Marker 320, I-81 Southbound Clear Brook 22624 540-722-3448 BERRYVILLE VIRGINIA MAIN STREET COMMUNITY Barns of Rose Hill 95 Chalmers Ct., 540-955-2004; Visitors Center. Performing arts venue, live music, exhibits, community programs. bI Berryville Main Street 23 East Main St., 540-955-4001; Delightful old community nestled in the beautiful, picturesque Shenandoah Valley. bjI Clermont Farm 801 East Main St., 540-955-0102; Research training facility, historic preservation, concerts, agricultural events, youth camps. bj Fire House Gallery 23 East Main St., 540-955-4001; Berryville Main Street. Local artisans, live demonstrations, small art shows. Historical Society Museum 32 East Main St., 540-955-2600; Local History Museum, genealogy research library, historical resource center. Holy Cross Abbey 901 Cool Springs Ln., 540-955-4383; Monastery, Eucharistic services, working farm, retreat center, gift shop. Josephine School Community Museum and African-American Cultural Center 303 Josephine St., 540-955-5512; AfricanAmerican school house museum. Events, concerts, monthly book clubs. River Rafting on the Shenandoah River Locke’s Mill Rd. Kayaking, canoeing, tubing, fishing, camping, public boat landing. bj Shenandoah University Cool Spring Campus 901 Cool Spring Ln., 800-432-2266; Family friendly hiking and biking trail on the Shenandoah River. bj BLUEMONT Appalachian Trail, Bears Den 18393 Blue Ridge Mountain Rd., 540-554-8708; appalachiantrail. org. Hiking, trail running, overnight lodging and facilities, accessible year-round. j BOYCE Long Branch Plantation 830 Long Branch Ln., 540-837-1856; Historical farm, house tours, concerts, community events, horse retirement facility. $b State Arboretum of Virginia 400 Blandy Farm Ln., 540-837-1758; Regional center for environmental education. Illustrated talks, workshops, tours. bj R O B E RT H A R R I S SHENANDOAH VALLEY g VG M E E T S E N V I R O N M E N TA L S TA N D A R D S O F T H E V I R G I N I A G R E E N P R O G R A M Request your 2020 Vacation Guide today! #LexingtonVA I-81 Exit 188 VIRGINIA .ORG 119 u O F F E R S A C C E S S F O R P E O P L E W H O A R E B L I N D O R H AV E L O W V I S I O N b BUSES/GROUP S WELCOME c P E T - F R I E N D LY FA C I L I T Y $ P R O V I D E S P R I N T E D M AT E R I A L I N B R A I L L E D PROVIDES DES CRIPTIONS BY A TRAINED AUDIO DES CRIBER P R O V I D E S A D E V I C E U S E D F O R C O M M U N I C AT I O N W I T H A N D B E T W E E N H E A R I N G I M PA I R E D ADMISSION REQUIRED I s W PROVIDES SIGN LANGUAGE PROVIDES ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEMS ADA-COMPLIANT HARRISONBURG VIRGINIA MAIN STREET COMMUNITY Hardesty-Higgins House Visitor Center VG 212 South Main St., 540-432-8935; visitharrisonburgva. com. “Where History and Hospitality Meet.” Gift Shoppe, bakery and museums. bI Harrisonburg Tourism and Visitor Services VG 212 South Main St., 540-432-8935; Group tour and itinerary planning. Rockingham County Office of Tourism 20 East Gay St., 540-4357775; visitrockingham. com. Rockingham County known for its scenic landscape and diverse outdoor recreation, charming small towns, orchards and farm markets. A Dream Come True Playground 1050 Neff Ave., 540-433-2474; dream-come-trueplayground. A playground that’s totally accessible/ inclusive with many unique features. I Breneman-Turner Mill 5001 Turner Mill Ln., 540-438-1275; breneman-turner-mill. One of a few mills that survived “the burning” of the Civil War. Explore More Discovery Museum—Harrisonburg Shenandoah Valley Cultural Heritage Museum 214 South Main St., 540-984-8400; 1848 Mill including a museum and visitor center. $bI ELKTON Elkton Area Community Center 20593 Blue and Gold Dr., 540-298-1951; elktonva. gov. A gathering place for the community with visitor information for the Town of Elkton and Rockingham County. bj Blue Ridge Heritage Project Memorial 20593 Blue and Gold Dr., 540-442-6493; A memorial dedicated to the residents of Rockingham County displaced by the creation of the Shenandoah National Park. $bj 120 Lavender Fields at Tantivy Farm 1350 Decatur Rd., 540-460-6347; Lavender farm, flower gardens, mountain views, hiking trails, waterfall and Fairy Trail.j FISHERSVILLE Andre Viettte Farm & Nursery 994 Long Meadow Rd., 540-943-2315; Family-owned garden-expert farm specializing in daylilies and hostas. FORT DEFIANCE Augusta Military Academy & Gift Shoppe 1640 Lee Hwy., 540-248-3007; Unique museum saluting veterans and all who fought for our freedom, their brave stories, heroic acts and tragedies. Open TuesdaySunday, 10am-4pm. (Closed holidays, extreme weather) bjI FORT VALLEY Fort Valley Museum 8631 Dry Run Rd., 540-933-6036; Free museum open weekends, May-October. FRONT ROYAL Front Royal-Warren County Visitors Center VG 414 East Main St., 540-635-5788; Come hike, canoe, fish, golf, antique. Visit wineries, historic museums, homes. bjI Balthis House 55 Chester St., 540-636-1446; Built circa 1787 - the oldest house in Front Royal. $bj Base Camp: Appalachian Trail 120 East Main St., 540-749-2470. Great station for Appalachian Trail Hikers, with showers, storage, laundry, and mail drop. Belle Boyd Cottage 101 Chester St., 540-636-1446; Early Civil War home of Confederate spy Belle Boyd. $bj Front Royal Outdoors/ Shenandoah River Trips 8567 Stonewall Jackson Hwy., Front Royal; 540-635-5440 Canoe, kayak, raft, tube and paddleboard trips on the Shenandoah River!bj Lions Park 903 Hometown Way, 540-635-7750; warrencountyva. net/lions-park. Three-acre park, Fantasy Land Playground, Free Wheeling Way Accessible Playground and more! Prospect Hill Cemetery 200 W Prospect St., 540-635-5468; signature-sites/signal-knobarea-sites/prospect-hillcemetery. Contains the graves of at least one soldier from every state in the Confederacy, several Mosby Rangers, and a Soldiers Circle. Skyline Caverns 10344 Stonewall Jackson Hwy, 540-635-4545; Cave tours, Skyline Arrow train ride and Dragon Mirror Maze. $b Virginia Beer Museum 16 Chester St., 540-313-1441. Virginia’s only beer museum. Free admission. Court Square Theater Arts Council of the Valley 41-F Court Sq., 540-4339189; 260-seat theater presents live music and theater, as well as films in a beautiful setting. $I Warren Heritage Society 101 Chester St., 540-636-1446; Colonial frontier, Confederate spy’s house, living history programs, free museum. bj Brethren & Mennonite Heritage Center 1921 Heritage Center Way, 540-438-1275; Displays, video, historic buildings, artifacts. Special events. Open Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm $b Warren Rifles Confederate Museum 95 Chester St., 540-636-6982; Confederate memorabilia emphasis on Warren County and the region. $b GROTTOES Grand Caverns Park 5 Grand Caverns Dr., 540-249-5705; A National Natural Landmark. Caverns contain hundreds of rare shield formations. $bj Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art at JMU 820 S. Main St., 540-568-6918; jmu. edu/dukehallgallery. Changing exhibitions of international, national and regional significance. SARAH HAUSER Miller-Kite House 310 East Rockingham St., 540-578-3046; elktonhistoricalsociety. com. Stonewall Jackson’s headquarters. Civil War museum. Open Sundays 1-5pm, June-August. bj FAIRFIELD BrydgeWorks Glass Studio 3315 Harpine Hwy., 540-833-4448; Working studio of glass crafting tools and small kilns. Tours welcome. A NATIONAL NATURAL LANDMARK Edith J Carrier Arboretum and Botanical Gardens 780 University Blvd., 540-568-3194; Walk winding woodland trails landscaped with native plants & gardens. bj Explore More Discovery Museum 150 South Main St., 540-442-8900; Discovery tree, art, construction zone, TV studio, medical center, science lab. $b G R AND CAVERN S Historic 19th Century Inn 540-463-6693 Forbes Center for the Performing Arts at JMU 147 Warsaw Ave., 540-568-7000; jmuforbescenter. com. Your destination for world-class entertainment in the Shenandoah Valley! $ George Washington and Jefferson National Forests 401 Oakwood Dr., 540-432-0187; fs.usda. gov/gwj. Welcome to your forests!j 10 Minutes off of Harrisonburg Downtown Historic District 217 South Liberty St #204, 540-432-8922; downtownharrisonburg. org. Designated Arts and Culinary district, 2014 National Great American Main Street! bj HarrisonburgRockingham Civil War Orientation Center 212 South Main St., 540-432-8935; visitharrisonburgva. com/civil-warorientation-center. Learn about the Valley at War through film and interpretation. b Hugo Kohl’s Museum of American Jewelry Design and Manufacturing 217 South Liberty St., Ste. 103, 540-574-4306; Visual, audible and sensory experience of jewelry manufacturing. John C. Wells Planetarium at James Madison University 91 East Grace St., 540-568-7827; jmu. edu/planetarium. Free shows for the public on Saturdays fall and spring. Larry W. Shifflett Fire Museum 101 North Main St., 3rd Floor, 540-432-7703; hfd-museum. Fire memorabilia, old uniforms, medals, fire alarms, photographs and equipment. b I-81 at Exit 235 Grottoes, VA Our mountain is your mountain. It’s where you go to bring out the adventurer in you, seek new heights, and feel an entirely new sense of happiness with those you love. Our ‘mountain’ is more than just a mountain. It’s four seasons of adventure, unlike any other place, and made for you & me. Specials & Packages Available: MassResoRt.coM/specials Located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Massanutten A P r e m I e r F O u r S e A S O n D e S t I n At I O n OASIS Fine Art & Craft 103 South Main St., 540-442-8188; Features original works from artists using various types of media. VIRGINIA .ORG 121 SHENANDOAH VALLEY q SHENANDOAH VALLEY SHENANDOAH VALLEY g VG M E E T S E N V I R O N M E N TA L S TA N D A R D S O F T H E V I R G I N I A G R E E N P R O G R A M u O F F E R S A C C E S S F O R P E O P L E W H O A R E B L I N D O R H AV E L O W V I S I O N b BUSES/GROUP S WELCOME c P E T - F R I E N D LY FA C I L I T Y $ P R O V I D E S P R I N T E D M AT E R I A L I N B R A I L L E D PROVIDES DES CRIPTIONS BY A TRAINED AUDIO DES CRIBER P R O V I D E S A D E V I C E U S E D F O R C O M M U N I C AT I O N W I T H A N D B E T W E E N H E A R I N G I M PA I R E D ADMISSION REQUIRED I s W PROVIDES SIGN LANGUAGE PROVIDES ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEMS ADA-COMPLIANT Lee Chapel and Museum 11 University Pl., Washington & Lee University, 540-458-8768; Robert E. Lee’s family crypt housed in 1867 Victorian chapel. $b Lenfest Center for the Arts Washington & Lee University, 204 West Washington St., 540-458-8000; Featuring 100+ musical and theatrical performances and rotating gallery exhibits. $bI Lexington Carriage Company Corner of Varner Ln. & East Washington St, 540-463-5647; Discover Lexington’s historic points of interest via guided horse-drawn carriage!$bj Lexington’s Ghost Tour 106 East Washington St., 540-464-2250; Comedy, illusions, history, educational and lots of ghosts! $b Llewellyn Lodge Fly-Fishing Trips 603 South Main St., 540-463-3235; Guided trout fishing to area’s best streams. Introductory trips, lodging. $ FREE For Kid s Seven-acre gardens, galleries, manor house & museum store. Special exhibitions & events. Ages 12 & under*: FREE admission! Galleries: open year-round House & Gardens: April–December Open Tuesday–Sunday *Fee applies during the outdoor exhibition David Rogers’ Big Bugs April 18–September 13, 2020 Frontier Culture Museum—Staunton Soldier’s Cemetery at Woodbine 212 Resevior St.; Chartered in March 1850 for fallen Civil War soldiers. Turner Ashby Monument 1164 Turner Ashby Ln., 540-432-8935; Memorial site of the Battle of Harrisonburg honoring General Ashby. bj Valley Turnpike Museum 212 South Main St., 540-432-8935; the-valley-turnpike-museum. The History of the Great Valley Road present day US11. b Virginia Quilt Museum 301 South Main St., 540-433-3818; Official Quilt Museum for the state of Virginia. $b 122 White Oak Lavender Farm 2644 Cross Keys Rd., 540-421-6345; Buy lavender; enjoy lavender wine and lavender products. You Made It Pottery 1019 Port Republic Rd., 540-434-4500; Design your own pottery and fused glass studio in Harrisonburg. LEXINGTON VIRGINIA MAIN STREET COMMUNITY Lexington & The Rockbridge Area Visitor Center 106 East Washington St., I81 exit 188B, 540-463-3777; Legendary American heroes, gracious small-town hospitality, natural wonders and outdoor adventure amid the spectacular scenery of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Lexington, Buena Vista and Rockbridge County, it’s more than you’d expect! b Boxerwood Nature Center and Woodland Garden 963 Ross Rd., 540-463-2697; 15 acres of rare trees, shrubs, birding and children’s play trail. bj Broadview Ranch 500 Cedar Hill Church Rd., 540-458-1001; broadviewranch. com/farm. Multi-generational, sustainable, healthy-food farm. Call to visit! Museum & Store Cabin Spring Farm 70 Cabin Spring Ln., 540-784-9404; Sheepraising, fiber arts. Classes, camps, special events. Call to visit! Explore the challenges of a family on the eve of Civil War, enslaved and free. Gems of Rockbridge Geocaching Trail 106 East Washington St., 540-463-3777; geocaching. High-tech treasure hunt using GPS coordinates! Goshen Pass Rt. 39, 540-436-3777; activities/attractions/goshen. Scenic drive! Hike, swim or picnic along the Maury River. j Discover the life of newlyweds Thomas and Mary Anna Jackson in the only home they ever owned and in the garden they loved. Hull’s Drive-In Theatre 2367 North Lee Hwy., 540-463-2621; Movies and memories since 1950! Open April through October. $bj Jordan’s Point Park U.S. Route 11 N., 540-463-3777; attractions/jordans-point-park. Hunter’s Raid site; timber-framed picnic pavilion; batteau on display. bjI SARAH HAUSER 901 Amherst St., Winchester, VA 888-556-5799 SHENANDOAH VALLEY q SHENANDOAH VALLEY SHENANDOAH VALLEY g VG M E E T S E N V I R O N M E N TA L S TA N D A R D S O F T H E V I R G I N I A G R E E N P R O G R A M 8 E. Washington St. Lexington, Virginia 540.464.7704 Napa Thai Cuisine 24 N Main St., 540-461-8133; Authentic and fresh Thai food, open TuesdaySunday. Miller’s House Museum 834 Stono Ln., 540-460-3111; Museum interpreting the industrial & transportation history of Lexington. The Reeves Center Washington and Lee University, 540-458-8034; Wide collection of Chinese porcelain, European ceramics, Louise Herreshoff paintings. Rockbridge Historical Society Museum 101 East Washington St., 540-464-1058; Virginia’s oldest and largest county historical society. Museum, library, genealogy, gardens. bj Stonewall Jackson House 8 East Washington St., 540-464-7704; museums-and-archives/ stonewall-jackson-house. Guided tours of the only home Stonewall Jackson ever owned. $b The story of the entire war in Virginia. Virginia Museum of the Civil War New Market Battlefield State Historical Park New Market, Virginia 866.515.1864 VIRGINIA .ORG 123 Welcome to geology’s hall of fame. Baseball has one. Rock and roll has one. And although it took millions of years, the earth has one, too. And with well-lit, well-paved walkways stretching throughout, you can easily stroll through rooms 10 stories high, marvel at the enormous columns and crystal-clear pools, and of course, hear the world’s largest musical instrument, the Great Stalacpipe Organ. It’s time to discover the most cavernous caverns on the East Coast. It’s time to discover Luray. For a free brochure, call (540) 746-6551 or visit us online at q u O F F E R S A C C E S S F O R P E O P L E W H O A R E B L I N D O R H AV E L O W V I S I O N b BUSES/GROUP S WELCOME c P E T - F R I E N D LY FA C I L I T Y $ P R O V I D E S P R I N T E D M AT E R I A L I N B R A I L L E D PROVIDES DES CRIPTIONS BY A TRAINED AUDIO DES CRIBER P R O V I D E S A D E V I C E U S E D F O R C O M M U N I C AT I O N W I T H A N D B E T W E E N H E A R I N G I M PA I R E D ADMISSION REQUIRED I s 540-856-2121 PROVIDES SIGN LANGUAGE ADA-COMPLIANT Virginia Horse Center 487 Maury River Rd., 540-464-2950; horsecenter. org. A leading equestrian facility hosting over 90 events annually. bj Basye | VA W PROVIDES ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEMS Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery South Main St., 540-4633777; lexingtonvirginia. com. Stonewall Jackson, 144 Confederate veterans, two Virginia governors buried here. bj SHENANDOAH VALLEY SHENANDOAH VALLEY g VG M E E T S E N V I R O N M E N TA L S TA N D A R D S O F T H E V I R G I N I A G R E E N P R O G R A M Virginia Military Institute Museum Jackson Memorial Hall, 415 Letcher Ave., 540-4647334; Featuring Stonewall Jackson’s military uniform and a rare gun collection. b Chessie Nature Trail Old Buena Vista Rd., 540-464-7119; about/our-location/ chessie-trail. Rail-trail for walking, running and birding along pastoral Maury River. bj George C. Marshall Museum Virginia Military Institute, Parade Ave., 540-4632083; marshallfoundation. org/museum. Profiling premier soldier and Nobel Prize-winning statesman George C. Marshall. $b LURAY VIRGINIA MAIN STREET COMMUNITY Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center 18 Campbell St., 540-7433915; Nestled between the Blue Ridge and Massanutten Mountains and home to Shenandoah National Park, Luray Caverns and the Shenandoah River. Luray & Page County are also the ‘Cabin Capital of Virginia’, with a variety of cabins, from rustic to luxurious; 1,100+ rooms; elegant B&Bs and campsites. Open 9am5pm. bjI Car & Carriage Caravan 970 US Hwy. 211 W, 540-743-6551; Trace America’s history through 140 transportation items at Luray Caverns. $b Caverns Country Club Resort 296 T.C. Northcott Blvd., 540-743-7111; Nestled in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 18-hole, par 72. $b 3 Miles of Safari Roads Free-Roaming Animals to View and Feed From Your Car Zebra, Bison, Elk, Rhino, Deer Antelope, Ostrich, Llamas and many more! New Babies Born Each Year Safari Wagon Rides Budgie Adventure Aviary Giraffe Feeding Staaon Tiger Territory Kangaroo Walk-About Peeng Area Penguins Mon Monkeys, Repples, & More! 128 u O F F E R S A C C E S S F O R P E O P L E W H O A R E B L I N D O R H AV E L O W V I S I O N b BUSES/GROUP S WELCOME c P E T - F R I E N D LY FA C I L I T Y $ P R O V I D E S P R I N T E D M AT E R I A L I N B R A I L L E ADMISSION REQUIRED The Garden Maze 970 US Hwy. 211 W, 540-743-6551; Unravel the mystery; a one-acre hedge maze at Luray Caverns. $b Rope Adventure Park 970 US Hwy. 211 W, 540-743-6551; Real and imaginary rope obstacles for excitement and team building. $b Luray Caverns 970 US Hwy. 211 W, 540-743-6551; Eastern America’s largest and most popular caverns. A U.S. Natural Landmark noted for unsurpassed natural color. Hear world’s only Stalacpipe Organ. Antique car museum, valley history museum, garden maze, ropes park, motels and golf packages. Ten minutes from central entrance to Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park. Fifteen minutes from I-81. $b Shenandoah River Outfitters, Inc. 6502 South Page Valley Rd. , 540-743-4159; Canoe! Kayak! Raft! Tube! Fish! Fun! Great for beginners. bj Luray Singing Tower 970 US Hwy. 211 W, 540-743-6551; A carillon of 47 bells. Regularly scheduled free recitals seasonally. bj Massanutten Indoor/Outdoor WaterPark 1200 Adventure Dr., 540-437-3340; Slides, pools, surfing, dining, arcade, shopping, and more! $bI Luray Valley Museum 970 US Hwy. 211 W, 540-743-6551; Artifacts and history from 1750 with 19th-century farming community. $b Luray Zoo - A Rescue Zoo 1087 U.S. Hwy. 211 W, 540-743-4113; Providing animals with a loving and caring home, petting zoo and educational shows. $bI Warehouse Art Gallery 15 Campbell St., 540-843-0200; Outstanding local, regional world-class art in 7000 squarefoot gallery. MASSANUTTEN MIDDLETOWN D PROVIDES DES CRIPTIONS BY A TRAINED AUDIO DES CRIBER P R O V I D E S A D E V I C E U S E D F O R C O M M U N I C AT I O N W I T H A N D B E T W E E N H E A R I N G I M PA I R E D Belle Grove Plantation 336 Belle Grove Rd., 540-869-2028; Tour the 1797 manor house or stroll the historic grounds. $b I s W PROVIDES SIGN LANGUAGE PROVIDES ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEMS ADA-COMPLIANT Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park 7712 Main St., 540-869-3051; Visitor Contact Station - exhibits and fiber optic map. Ranger programs. b Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation Visitor Center 8437 Old Valley Pk., 540-869-2064; Civil War museum and visitor center with artifacts, theater, walking trails. b MILLWOOD Burwell-Morgan Mill 15 Tannery Ln., 540-837-1799; Operational historic grist mill, workshops, events, concerts, art shows. I MOUNT JACKSON Town of Mount Jackson Visitor Center 5901 Main St., 540-477-2121; Smalltown America at its best. History, natural beauty, quaint shops, unique attractions, resorts and wineries. We have it all within your reach. bjIuS Mount Jackson Museum 5901 Main St., 540-477-3951; Featuring the past to the present of Mt. Jackson. bI Our Soldiers Cemetery US Route 11, 540-459-6227; Circa 1861, final resting place of over 400 soldiers from 11 states. Rt. 11 Potato Chips 11 Edwards Way, 540-477-9664; Great fry-viewing stop. Kettle-cooked potato and sweet potato chips. b MT. CRAWFORD Mt. Crawford Creamery & Smileys Ice Cream 795 Old Bridgewater Rd., 540-828-3590; The whole process of milk production on one farm! MT. SOLON Natural Chimneys Park & Playground 94 Natural Chimneys Ln., 540-245-5727; Camping, hiking and more offered in front of the natural wonder of limestone formations. bjI NATURAL BRIDGE Natural Bridge State Park Information Desk 6477 South Lee Hwy., I-81 Exit 180A, 540-291-1326. Located within the Natural Bridge State Park Visitor Center. bjI The Caverns at Natural Bridge U.S. 11 & 130; Exits 175 & 180 off I-81, 540-291-2482; At 34-Stories, the deepest commercial caverns on the East Coast! $b Virginia’s Natural Bridge Park and Historic Hotel VG 15 Appledor Ln., 540-291-2121; Beautiful attractions, stay with us, enjoy our flavorful foods. $bjI NEW MARKET Natural Bridge Speedwa

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