Attractions

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  • Calfee Park of Pulaski

    Calfee Park was built in 1935 as a depression era WPA project and is presently listed on the State and National Historic Landmarks Register. 

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  • Pulaski Theatre – Pulaski

    The Pulaski Theatre, originally opened in 1911 as the Elks Theatre, is a recently restored historic theatre located on Main Street in downtown Pulaski. 

  • Mary Draper Ingles Cultural Heritage Park

    The Mary Draper Ingles Cultural Heritage Park is home to an 8' tall elegant bronze statue of Mary Draper Ingles by sculptor Matt Langford.  Captured by

  • Radford University Planetarium

    The Radford University Planetarium is open during the fall and spring semesters when the university is in session. Our regular shows are Tuesdays and Thursda

  • Belle’s Place Soap Co

    Handcrafted goat milk soaps, lotions and other bath & body products for people and dogs. All products are made from our own recipes and not a pre-made ba

  • Winterfrost Farms Ride-A-Rescue Horseback Adventures!

    Looking for a REAL adventure? Hit the trails with our Ride-A-Rescue Equine Experience! Let our experienced staff take you on a guided horseb

  • JBR Vineyards & Winery

    At an elevation of 1800 feet in Southwest Virginia, JBR Vineyards, LLC, passionately produces small quantities of hand-tended classic wine grap

  • Ceramic Designs
    Raku and Pit Fired objects d'art are my forte. All are one of a kind. New to the studio: Raku jewelery. This studio of a trail site on the New River Artisa
  • Radford Public Library

    The Radford Public Library houses a special collection of local history books and original documents including a genealogy room with local newspaper archives

  • St. Albans Sanatorium-A Paranormal Investigation Site

    Described by many experienced paranormal teams as the "most active location on the east coast" – a night at St Albans Sanatorium is not for the weak or

  • Glencoe Mansion, Museum & Gallery

    Come explore the Glencoe Mansion, home of Brigadier General Gabriel C. Wharton and his wife Nannie Radford Wharton. The 1875 Wharton home was constructe

  • Radford University Art Museum

    Radford University Art Museum offers a wide range of visual arts in two galleries and a sculpture court on campus, and a satellite gallery in downtown Radfor

  • New River Bridge, Radford
    New River Bridge, Radford, Trails sign at far west end of Bisset Park off Route 11 - Union troops attacked and burned this critical railroad bridge May 10, 1864
  • Radford’s Historic Main St.
    A state-designated historic preservation area with unique shopping opportunities for the whole family.
  • Classy Glass
    Fashionable and lovely fused glass jewelry, completely hand made. Beautiful melted bottles that have been decorated and are ready for your next party. Call to a
  • Radford University McConnell Library
    Radford University's McConnell Library carries information on a wide range of subjects, including the Civil War.
  • Pulaski County Library
    The local library at Pulaski is a great place to start for family genealogy research. The library offers online resources like Ancestry.com library edition, Her
  • Bisset Park
    Bisset is Radford’s largest city park and is located on 57 acres of riverfront land in the central part of the city. The park offers walking trails, athletic
  • Wildwood Park
    City park with hiking trails and nature walks.
  • Pulaski Railway Station

    The Virginia-Tennessee Railroad built the Grand Old Lady of Pulaski, the historic depot in 1888, just two years after the Commonwealth chartered the Town of