Local Area Attractions
Staunton is often called the "Queen City" of the Shenandoah Valley is Staunton with its five separate historic districts.
Woodrow Wilson Birthplace & Presidential Library
Woodrow Wilson's first home offers an authentic picture of family life in the pre-Civil War Shenandoah Valley.
Tour the house that Jefferson designed and built for himself and his family and enjoy the grounds of the Monticello Plantation.
Massanutten Indoor/Outdoor Waterpark
Massanutten has a great indoor/outdoor water park packed with FUN for all ages. Inside you'll find a state of the art game room, shopping, and dining. Discounts for Military
Massanutten Skiing & Snowboarding
Do you enjoy winter sports? Do you want your children to learn to ski or snowboard? Massanutten is the place for winter fun. Caters to families with or without young children. Lessons are available.
Cross Keys Vineyard
Spend the day relaxing and tasting the Valley's Finest Wines. Cross Keys is not just a Vineyard but an experience to enjoy!
Blue Ridge Parkway
Plan a trip to the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway
Beautiful Cascading Waterfalls you can walk alongside. Enjoy the fresh air and beauty that surrounds you. Bring a picnic lunch and a bottle water for a wonderful day trip!
American Shakespeare Center
Find out what's playing or purchase tickets by calling the Blackfriars Playhouse box office at 1-877-MUCH-ADO or 540-851-1733.
Main Street Arena
Charlottesville's Indoor Ice Skating Park- snack stand, lessons, game room, and all out FUN!!
Frontier Culture Museum
Take a look into the past at the Frontier Culture Museum.
Hear the world's only "Stalacpipe" Organ that plays its hauntingly beautiful music on natural formations.
Plan a day ride on Skyline Drive, take a hike, a picnic, and a camera!
Natural Bridge Zoo
Natural Bridge Zoo is a privately owned zoo with a variety of exhibits and wide open regions that offer the maximum in up close encounters with zoo animals that are or once were bottle fed.
Walton's Mountain Museum
See where the real "John Boy" grew up and learn the history of the television series.
Virginia Horse Center
The Virginia Horse Center serves as a venue for more than 100 events a year including horse shows, clinics, rodeos, workshops, and community events.
Located in Front Royal, Virginia, Skyline Caverns is the closest natural wonder to the Nation's Capital.
James Monroe's Ash Lawn-Highland
Ash Lawn-Highland is an historic house museum, 535-acre working farm, and performing arts site in Virginia. President James Monroe and his wife, Elizabeth Kortright Monroe owned Ash Lawn-Highland.
See the Natural Bridge or one of their many exhibits. The newest exhibit is Virginia's Largest Butterfly Garden. Located on Route 11 between exits 175 and 180 from Interstate 81 south of Staunton.