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  • Butterfly Flowers
    Come walk amongst the butterflies in southwestern Virginia's only Butterfly House, Flying Flowers. The structure is home to dozens of varieties of butterflies native to Virginia and the necessary plants which sustain them. Come photograph, feed or have tea with the butterflies in their garden. Monarchs, Swallowtails, Frittilary and Dianas and many more will pose for your cameras or come
  • Beagle Ridge Lavender Farm
    Beagle Ridge Lavender Farm is Southwest Virginia's Premiere Lavender Farm. Located in a valley in the Blue Ridge Mountains Beagle Ridge may be an herb farm but we specialize in Lavender. We are trialing 14 varieties presently with the bulk of our plantings being in Grosso, Royal Velvet and Phenomenal. This year we have added Melissa Lilac to add to our culinary line. We
  • LOVEwork in the Town of Wytheville
    The letters honor aspects of Wytheville’s history that have made an impact on the community. L represents the influence of the railroad. O showcases a hot air balloon, used in the town’s elevated water tank in honor of the annual Chautauqua Festival. V depicts the crossroads of two interstates, I-77 and I-81, as well as the branding theme of “Wytheville...There's Only One.” E honors
  • Wohlfahrt Haus Theatre / Matterhorn Restauraunt & Lounge
    The Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theatre is located in beautiful southwest Virginia in the town of Wytheville, VA. Featuring a 200-seat arena, WHDT presents Broadway-style professional productions year-round. A four-course plated meal is served before each performance and is customized to fit the theme of the production. Also inside WHDT is the Matterhorn Lounge - a full-service restaurant
  • LOVEwork at Big Walker Lookout
    Big Walker Lookout celebrates over 70 years in business with their LOVEwork celebrating the beautiful mountain and forest views, hiking and biking trails, handmade crafts and Old Time Music that originated in this area.  The L highlights the musical side of Southwest Virginia, the Crooked Road and Big Walker Lookout concerts on weekends all summer long.  The O indicates the circle
  • Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum
    Come visit the birthplace and childhood home of First Lady Edith Bolling Wilson. Born and raised in Wytheville, Edith Bolling Wilson is a descendant of Pocahontas and the only Appalachian-born First Lady. As one of only eight historic sites across the country dedicated to the interpretation of a First Lady, the museum tells the story of the overlooked, yet vitally
  • Wythe/Bland Artisans and Heritage Trails
    In the counties of Wythe and Bland, we are blessed with scenic beauty, historic and cultural attractions and a wealth of talented artisans that produce everything from handwoven scarves to unique sculptures made from recycled materials. This trail will lead travelers to local artisans, artisan sales centers, heritage sites and other points of interest-all telling a vibrant story of
  • Wytheville KOA Campground
    Spend cool quiet nights in the Appalachian Mountains near the Blue Ridge Parkway. Enjoy the cool mountain shade and a restful night's sleep in our Kamping Kabins & deluxe kottages.We have drive-thru sites or grassy tent sites. Wytheville KOA features a (seasonal) kafe with site delivery, Large Heated Swimming Pool with 50 ft water slide,Cable TV,10,000 square ft.Game Room with
  • Rose Cottage School of Art
    Rose Cottage works closely with groups and individuals to connect with their creative spirit. We strive to promote art and creativity in the Wytheville and Wythe County communities by offering fine art and music lessons, camps and paint nights, as well as hosting a variety of visiting artisans for workshops. Check our Facebook page and website often for weekly classes, new event
  • The Pickin’ Porch
    The Pickin Porch at the Bristol Mall just off exit 1 of I-81 is a weekly showcase of local, regional and national performers. If you like bluegrass, old time, Celtic and Americana music you'll love the Pickin Porch concerts every Thursday evening! Admission is free but donations are requested thru the non-profit ACMA and proceeds go to benefit the Mountain Music Museum
  • Wythe County Historical Society Library
    Founded in 1970, the Wythe County Historical Society has committed more than three decades to the preservation, collection, and interpretation of Wythe County history. Visit the resources of the Wythe County Historical Society Library where researchers may consults books, periodicals, family files, obituary files, budget files, CD-ROM programs, computerized indexes, photographs, postcards, newspapers, maps and many records. Discover a wealth of
  • Crystal Springs Recreation Area
    Discover Mother Nature at her best at this 1800 acre forested recreation area. Hiking trails abound, offering hikers a variety of terrain that ranges from easy to moderate difficulty. Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation's "Kids in Parks" Track Trails area located within this recreation area. TRACK Trails are designed to help kids explore nature through the use of four self guided
  • Beagle Ridge Gardens and Herb Farm
    Southwest Virginia's premiere Lavender farm.Our 14 theme display gardens showcase herb and perennial collections. Stroll through the gardens, enjoy tea on the patio and watch the hummingbirds feast on the flowers. The gardens are alive with colorful plants, butterflies and birds. The 3rd week of June is Lavender Thyme, come pick your own Lavender bunch, enjoy Lavender Lemonade and buy Lavender
  • Big Walker Lookout
    Big Walker Mountain, named for pioneer explorer Dr Thomas Walker, is home to Big Walker Lookout & BW Country Store. At an elevation of 3,405, climbing the 100 foot lookout tower provides visitors with breathtaking views, where Only the Birds See More! With over 70 years in business, the BW Country Store features the handmade wares of artists from the Southwest
  • African American Heritage Museum
    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 historic Wytheville Training School. The school was constructed in 1882 for African American children and
  • Wytheville Community Center
    Wytheville Community Center: Pass Options-Gold, Silver, and Bronze with varying access to different aspects of recreation. Day passes available. Plans are available for purchase on a month, six month, or yearly basis. The facility provides quality, year around activities for citizens of all ages to enjoy. It features a three dimensional climbing wall, standing 25-feet high and 55-feet wide and provides
  • The Pickin’ Parlor Jam Sessions
    Bluegrass and old timey music picked daily. Also, all folks are welcome to come in and play and browse mostly stringed instruments. This is a music store with a playing area available all day. Shopping for musical items, instruments, strings, amplifiers....whatever you may need for your
  • Lick Mountain Excursions
    Come see nature at its best as you ride from Hemlock Cove up to Buzzards Roost, adjacent to the Big Survey Wildlife Management  Area. Our 4.5 miles ride takes approx 90 minutes and you will make stops for photo opps and learning about the history and natural history of this amazing area. Travel the old wagon road from Austinville to
  • Seven Sisters Brewery
    Seven Sisters showcases the beauty and wonders of Southwest Virginia while offering patrons a variety of high quality craft beer, it is very much a community brewery that offers an inviting, relaxed, family-oriented atmosphere. Patrons are encouraged to bring their children (and pets) to Seven Sisters where everyone can enjoy food, fun and games together. The brewery serves gourmet snacks,
  • Stony Fork Workshop
    Features unique birds and other creatures welded together from recycled tools and other farm parts. Wind chimes made from used coffee pots, roller skates, horse shoes and more. High fired, wheelthrown, functional pottery. Hiking sticks made from homegorwn bamboo. This studio is a trail site on the Mountain Crossroads Artisan Trail in Wythe County, and a