Attractions

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  • Historic Smithfield Plantation

    Built in 1773 by Revolutionary War Patriot, William Preston, Smithfield Plantation is a beautifully maintained home. House tours are offered. Also on th

  • Special Collections at Virginia Tech
    Special Collection houses a vast array of letters, journal, pictures, and diaries. Includes a Manuscript Collection for the American Civil War, Online exhi
  • Smithfield Plantation Reference Library
    The reference library collection is housed inside Historic Smithfield Plantation house. It includes Preston Family information, Colonial and early Virginia
  • Beliveau Estate Winery

    WINE DOWN| STAY | PLAY. Beliveau Estate Winery sits on 165 scenic acres nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, just 12 miles from downtown Blacksburg and

  • New River Junction

    Providing tubing, camping, canoes, kayaks, and access to the best fishing in the New River since 1982. We are a small, family-oriented campground with w

  • Brush Mountain Coal Miners Memorial

    The Brush Mountain Coal Miners Memorial is a black granite monument that celebrates the lives and spirits of the Brush Mountain Coal miner. There are al

  • Larry Bechtel
    Go around left side of house and through the lattice arch with swing gate. Follow stone path to studio entrance by dogwood tree. Then, welcome! This sculpt
  • David Crane Ceramics
    The studios are in Ellett Valley a short drive outside Blacksburg. Crane shows Functional and sculptural pottery. His works are also shown in gallerie
  • Darcy Meeker Studio
    See the artist's work, watch her work with stone, copper, paint, clay or light or take a class. Children welcome. This studio is a trail site on the Montgo
  • Bloomin’ Studio
    Leslye's digital mix-media artworks are featured in three art texts, and housed in corporate and private collections across the US, Jamaica, and Great Brit
  • Hahn Horticulture Garden

    The Hahn Horticulture Garden encompasses nearly six acres of teaching and display gardens on the campus of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. Establ

  • Blacksburg Museum – St. Luke & Odd Fellows Hall

    The St. Luke and Odd Fellows Hall was built in 1907 in the center of New Town, an African American Community in Blacksburg that emerged after the Civil

  • Willow Bank Creative Center
    Center and home studio. Center offers expressive arts workshops that facilitate healing with a licensed therapist. Artisan studio with focus on the creati
  • Nancy’s Glass Act
    Often described by art appreciators as “not your traditional stained glass,” Nancy's original designs use color form to evoke emotion and please the ey
  • Trans-America Bike Route

    You'll spend some time ascending and descending the mountains of the Appalachians, this bike route follows Rt. 80 through Dickenson and Russell Counties

  • Miner’s Park

    This public park recognizes the coal mining history of the area.

  • Christ Episcopal Church
    A Virginia historical landmark. Established October 30, 1890.
  • John Fox, Jr. Museum

    The museum was the home of John Fox, Jr., a famous mountain author of many novels and short stories. Most well known are "Trail of the Lonesome Pine" an

  • Bullitt Park
    Located in Big Stone Gap in Southwest Virginia. Bullitt Park is the largest of nine community parks operated by the Big Stone Gap Department of Parks and R
  • Harry W. Meador Coal Museum

    Museum features exhibits and objects collected by the late Harry Meador Jr., an executive with a local coal company. Museum property once served as the