Central and Western Virginia

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Central and Western Virginia - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Center in the Square


    In a restored warehouse, Center in the Square contains the Mill Mountain Theatre and regional museums covering science, history, and art, but...Read More

  • 2. Exchange Hotel Civil War Museum


    During the Civil War, a handsome Greek revival hotel was transformed into a Confederate receiving hospital for wounded and dying soldiers. In...Read More

  • 3. Frontier Culture Museum


    An outdoor living-history museum, the Frontier Culture Museum re-creates agrarian life in America. The four illustrative farmsteads, American...Read More

  • 4. George C. Marshall Museum


    This museum preserves the memory of the World War II army chief of staff. Exhibits trace his brilliant career, which began when he was aide...Read More

  • 5. Harrisonburg–Rockingham Historical Society


    Displays of multimedia folk art reflect the largely German and Scotch-Irish culture of the valley. One Civil War exhibit includes an electric...Read More

  • 6. James Madison Museum


    The James Madison Museum presents a comprehensive exhibition on the Founding Father most responsible for the Constitution (Madison became president...Read More

  • 7. Legacy Museum of African-American History


    This museum's rotating exhibits focus on such themes as health and medicine, education, business, the civil rights struggle, and the contributions...Read More

  • 8. Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

    Historic Home

    Bringing together fine and decorative art collections and multimedia presentations, the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley reflects the region...Read More

  • 9. O. Winston Link Museum


    You can relive the final days of steam trains at the O. Winston Link Museum, inside a renovated passenger train station. Link spent several...Read More

  • 10. P. Buckley Moss Museum


    Seven miles east of Staunton, the P. Buckley Moss Museum is a free full-scale gallery of paintings and drawings by one of the Valley's most...Read More

  • 11. Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters Museum


    The 1854 home of this civil war general is now a museum filled with his personal memorabilia. Jackson used this house as his base of operations...Read More

  • 12. Taubman Museum of Art


    Opened in the fall of 2008, this Randall Stout–designed faceted-glass structure soars amid the surrounding mountains, the contemporary architecture...Read More

  • 13. University of Virginia Art Museum


    The University of Virginia Art Museum, one block north of the Rotunda, exhibits art from around the world from ancient times to the present day. ...Read More

  • 14. Virginia Discovery Museum

    Downtown | Museum/Gallery

    At the Virginia Discovery Museum children can step inside a giant kaleidoscope, explore a reconstructed log cabin, or watch bees in action in...Read More

  • 15. Virginia Military Institute

    Educational Institution

    Adjacent to Washington and Lee University are the imposing Gothic buildings of the Virginia Military Institute, founded in 1839 and the nation...Read More

  • 16. Virginia Museum of Natural History


    The Virginia Museum of Natural History at Virginia Tech presents rotating exhibits on local and national wildlife; a separate geology museum...Read More

  • 17. Virginia Museum of Transportation


    Near Market Square, just a short stroll along the Railwalk, the Virginia Museum of Transportation has the largest collection of diesel and steam...Read More

  • 18. Virginia Quilt Museum


    A resource center for the study of the role of quilts and quilting in American culture, the Virginia Quilt Museum hosts exhibits of significant...Read More

  • 19. Washington and Lee University

    Educational Institution

    The ninth-oldest college in the United States, Washington and Lee University was founded in 1749 as Augusta Academy and later renamed Washington...Read More

  • 20. Wilderness Road Regional Museum


    What is now the Wilderness Road Regional Museum was once lodging for settlers making their way west on a Native American route that went from...Read More

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