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HOURS 12 PM to 5 PM :  Our New Children's Library Showcases Achievements of African Americans. Photos, Stories and Memorabilia tell a History of African American Education in Wythe County. Free Admission, Donations Appreciated A non-profit community organization was established in 2000 to preserve the...

1750, Samuel Black purchased 600 acres of land in Drapers Meadow, but never inhabited the land. When Samuel died, his land was split between his two sons, William and John Black. In 1798, William Black set aside 38 acres of his land to establish the...

Fiber Arts studio: one of a kind wearable and decorative art using batik, a wax-resist techinque on silk. Call for appointment to visit....

Fine Arts Gallery, Oil paintings and original prints by Kate Anderson, with works by visiting artists. Open 10-6 Thursday through Saturday, or call for a visit....

We welcome you to visit the Andrew Johnston House and Giles County Historical Society! The 1829 Georgian manor house features many of the original decorative accents and charm of Giles County in the 19th century. Along with visiting our museum, we offer genealogical services, group tours,...

 Animal Kingdom of VA is a small privately owned exotic animal facility in Southwest Virginia dedicated to the conservation of exotic species. Animal Kingdom of VA LLC is licensed and regulated by federal and state standards. Our mission is to provide a safe, healthy educational exotic...

Challenging four mile run or pleasant excursion to Little Stone Mountain located in the Jefferson National Forest.  Little Stone runs along the northern side of the Powell Valley with peak elevation of 3934' and provides the backdrop for the town of Big Stone Gap. The...

The building that once housed the only primary school for blacks in Pennington Gap, Lee County, Virginia, is now the Appalachian African-American Cultural Center. Besides preserving Appalachian black history, it hosts an annual Race Unity Day, houses a library of black literature, and sponsors workshops...

The Commonwealths of Kentucky & Virginia share a rugged mountainous border of jagged peaks rising over 4135 feet into the horizon. Pine and Black Mountains create this phenomenal land mass through the Heart of Appalachia region enticing you to experience the curvy back roads that...

Appalachian Horseback Riding Adventures, located in western Grayson County, offers guided horseback riding trips in Mt. Rogers, Virginia's highest peak, as well as Pine Mountain.    Experience the limitless beauty of the Grayson County's mountains, with 365 degree views, or the awesome Wild Ponies of Grayson...