Attractions

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  • Christiansburg Institute
    The Christiansburg Institute was founded in 1866 by Union Captain Charles S. Schaeffer an agent of the Freedman's Bureau. The school was supported by the Q
  • Sinkland Farms Brewery

    At Sinkland Farms, nothing is more important than family tradition & Southern hospitality. Your family is our family. Sink into our expertly crafted

  • The Art Place

    Featuring a different artist in its gallery every month, The Art Place offers art classes for children and adults in media such as stained glass, potter

  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 fo
  • 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
  • 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 h
  • Things by Ernest C. Bryant
    Antique reproductions, custom designed furniture, wood carvings, both traditonal and fantasy. Call to arrange a visit.
  • 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 a
  • 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. Th

  • Cedar Bluff Overlook Park/Trail

    Cedar Bluff Overlook Park and Trail provide a great opportunity to both observe and interact with a very unique environment.  The trail follows a V

  • 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 even

  • Doug Branton
    Doug Branton is Associate and Founding Professor of the Arts and Crafts Department at Southwest Virginia Community College where he has taught for 34 years
  • 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 struc

  • 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

  • LOVEwork in Russell County

    Located on the grounds of the historic Old Russell County Courthouse and Dickenson Bundy Log House, this LOVEwork was created with great pride by the 20

  • Lovill’s Creek Lake Recreation Area

    Carroll County owns this 55 acre flood control lake and the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries maintains a public boat ramp.

    The la

  • Meadows Music
    www.jeffsebens.com Jeff Sebens has been crafting musical instruments for over 20 years: primarily lap and hammered dulcimers, and mandolins. His home shop
  • Franklin County Speedway

    Regional stock car racing at its best. Future NASCAR drivers challenge one another for regional championships in all classes. Racing divisions include L