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  • Dr. Phipps Family Museum

    Dr. Phipps Family Museum portrays Dr. Rufus Phipps a prominent doctor in Dickenson County who operated the Dickenson County Hospital from the 1920's to his d

  • Wonder Universe

    Play: We believe in the power of play. It is how children explore, discover, create, and learn. Child-initiated activities result in playful learning and pos

  • Dickenson Bundy Log House

    Open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm; Sunday 12:30pm - 4pm. This log house was constructed from two separate log houses. One was built in 1769 and donated by t

  • Old Russell County Courthouse

    Open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm; Sunday 12:30pm - 4pm.  This former courthouse was built in 1799 by Henry Dickenson. A stone building, the structure

  • Outdoor Adventure Centers

    Whether it's kayaking, playing, relaxing, hiking, caving, exploring, fishing, or just making memories, let us help you with your next adventure. The OAC

  • The POW/MIA Memorial at Cedar Bluff Overlook Park

    Cedar Bluff Overlook Park POW/MIA Memorial provides a great opportunity to both observe and interact with a very unique environment.  

     

  • Fireside Lanes

    Fireside Lanes has party rates available per hour per lane,  or per person per game, and for tournaments, leaques-men's, women's, mixed, group events, b

  • Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area
    The management area gains its name from the Chickahominy River which forms the area's eastern boundary. To the south, Morris Creek flows through the area and th
  • Calico and Old Lace
    I am a fiber artist making quilted wearable and decor for home and office. To own a jacket or vest from Calico & Old Lace means having a finely tailored heirlo
  • Things by Ernest C. Bryant
    Antique reproductions, custom designed furniture, wood carvings, both traditonal and fantasy. Call to arrange a visit.
  • Aspenvale Cemetery
    Aspenvale Cemetery was the first cemetery to be declared a Virginia Historic Landmark. Not only is the Revolutionary hero, Gen. William Campbell, famous for the
  • Indian Fields
    Indian fields, part of James Thompson's original tract inherited from his Grandfather, James Patton in the 1700's. James Thompson fought at King's Mountain. A C
  • St. Clair’s Bottom Primitive Baptist Church
    One of the Pre-Revolutionary churches in Southwest Virginia, organized in 1775, the present building was erected in 1851 on the site of a log meeting house deed
  • LOVEwork in Smyth County

    This LOVEwork was an artistic effort by six high school students designed by Barbara McClellan. The artist renderings are depicting Smyth Counties many

  • Thomas Brown
    A great love for the Appalachian inspires the variety of subject matter for Thomas Browns Watercolors. He concentrates mainly on spring houses. Call ahead to m
  • Starlite Drive-In Theater

    One of the few original drive-in theaters in the country!

  • Whitebarrel Winery

    Producers of fine, award-winning Virginia wine, we’re open to the public every day of the week. Whether you want to swing by and browse in our local sh

  • Edgemont Christian Church
    This active church was first started in the early 1800's. The original building was converted log cabin built in 1856. It soon grew in size and the building tha
  • Montgomery County Court House
    The county courthouse is the home to the vital records for the county. In the records vault one can find, marriage records, wills, land transfers, birth and dea
  • Starlite Drive-In

    Starlite opened in 1952 and offers a movie twice each weekend April through September.

    Turn your radio dial to 90.3 FM to listen to the movie on