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  • 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

  • June Tolliver House & Folkart Center

    Location adjacent to amphitheatre that stages the musical adaptation of John Fox Jr.'s novel, "Trail of the Lonesome Pine". At the turn of the century,

  • Interstate 101 Car
    Built in 1870 for the South Carolina & Georgia Railroad, this private car was used by the president of the railroad and is one of the oldest and finest exa
  • Big Stone Gap

    Big Stone Gap is a little town with a big story!

    In the heart of Appalachia lies Big Stone Gap. Founded in 1856, Big Stone Gap represents quintes

  • Southwest Virginia Museum

    Dedicated in 1948, the Southwest Virginia Museum in Big Stone Gap chronicles the exploration and development of the region. The museum houses a collecti

  • Trail of the Lonesome Pine Amphitheatre at the June Tolliver Playhouse


    The Trail of the Lonesome Pine is an outdoor drama in operation yearly during the summer month

  • Big Stone Gap Loop

    Big Stone Gap isn’t just the name of a movie, it’s also a town with a number of interesting sites to explore. Take a short trip around Frale

  • Carol Ingram Moore
    Artist creates fused glass jewelry, charms from recycled and found materials; and handmade paper infused with mountain poetry and plants. This studio is a
  • Wolf Creek Golf Course

    Located next to the Jefferson National Forest, Wolf Creek Golf Course offers a beautifully scenic 18 hole golf experience. Designed by architect Ma

  • Wolf Creek Indian Village & Museum

    Take a step back in time to the early 1500's and experience Native American life when you visit Wolf Creek Indian Village & Museum!

    Based on

  • LOVEwork at Wolf Creek Indian Village

    The LOVEwork at Wolf Creek Indian Village was designed by local high school student Kara Deaton and built by museum guide Kimberly Beagley and her husba

  • Fairystone Farms Wildlife Management Area

    Those seeking the outdoors will enjoy the tranquility of the 5,321 acres of Fairystone Farms Wildlife Management Area. 460 acres are located in northwes

  • Blue Falls at Philpott Lake

    Blue Falls is located on the north side of Philpott Lake, a 3000 acre lake with 100 miles of shoreline nestled among the rolling foo

  • Calico Rock at Philpott Lake

    Calico Rock is located on the northern tip of Philpott Lake, a 3000 acre lake with 100 miles of shoreline nestled among the rolling

  • Dogwood Glen Trail at Philpott Lake

    Philpott Lake is a 3,000 acre beauty with 100 miles of shoreline surrounded by 20,000 acres of undeveloped state and federal land. It's no surprise that

  • Settlers Museum of Southwest Virginia
    A visit to The Settlers Museum of Southwest Virginia is like stepping one hundred years into the past. Visit this 67 acre open air museum and learn the st
  • Laurel Hill – Birthplace of Gen. J.E.B. Stuart

    Confederate Major General James Ewell Brown Stuart told his brother in 1863 "I would give anything to make a pilgrimage to the old place, and when the w

  • Rolling Thunder Raceway

    A 3/8 mile Dirt Track that runs every Friday Night

    We run Fastrak Crates, Limited Sportsman, Super Stock 4, Renegades, Pure Stock 4, Mini Sprint,

  • The Hollow History Center

    The Hollow History Center is a historic site with four log buildings and a picnic shelter—one building which houses a collection of local history,

  • Grave of William Letcher

    William Letcher's grave us the oldest in Patrick County, VA. He was killed by a British Tory at his doorstep in 1780. He was the great-grandfather of Ma