Attractions

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  • Abingdon Vineyards

    Enjoy wonderful wines on the river! Come for a tasting and a picnic. Kids, dogs and kayaks welcome!

    Open Wed-Sun, 11-6 year round.

    Weekly

  • Paper Moon Studio

    Paper Moon Studio is an educational art studio, indoor play space, and art party venue located in the heart of historic Abingdon, Va. We offer an indoor

  • LOVEwork at the SWVA Cultural Center

    The beautiful Southwest Virginia Cultural Center & Marketplace, plays host to the official LOVEwork of Southwest Virginia. As a 29,000-square-foot a

  • LOVEwork in Abingdon

    Abingdon celebrates being the first community to ever host the original Virginia is for Lovers LOVEwork by contracting a local artisan from the Holston

  • Fairview Historic Homestead

    At Fairview, learn about the Hagy family, a family whose history parallels the American experience. The Hagys were Swiss immigrants to the American colo

  • Tri Cities Stand Up Paddleboard Co.

    Surrounded by four beautiful mountains lakes and several world class rivers, TRI SUP is the first full service Stand Up Paddleboard store in the area.

  • Whitetop Yoga

    At Whitetop Yoga we blend compassion and knowledge to create an environment that allows all people to discover the amazing power of yoga. We have create

  • Abingdon Muster Grounds

    In the summer of 1780, the Southern American colonies – and hopes of independence – seemed at the mercy of an invading British army. A milit

  • Wolf Hills Brewing Co.

    WOLF HILLS BREWING CO is a craft brewery located in historic Abingdon, Virginia. The brewery takes its name from the original appellation that Daniel Bo

  • Washington County Courthouse

    Washington County Courthouse: the previous courthouse, also located on this site, was burned on December 14, 1864, during Stoneman's Raid, by Union Capt

  • The Tavern-1779

    The Tavern: The oldest building in Abingdon, constructed in 1779, the Tavern served as a field hospital during the Civil War. In the hospital section on

  • Sinking Spring Cemetery

    Sinking Spring Cemetery: Cemetery is the final resting place for Brig. Gen. John B. Floyd, Lt. Col. W.W. Blackford, Civil War era Richmond newspaper edi

  • Southwest Virginia Cultural Center & Marketplace

    The flavors of the Southwest Virginia Cultural Center & Marketplace are nothing short of inspiring for a visit to the Appalachian Mountains. Le

  • William King Museum of Art

    The William King Museum of Art is a non-profit regional art museum and arts education center housed in a historic 1913 former school. Showcasing world f

  • Holston Mountain Artisans

    Holston Mountain Artisans is a member-owned cooperative that has been presenting the finest handcrafts and artwork made in our Appalachian region for 48

  • Southwest Virginia Mountain Brew Trail

    The Southwest Virginia Mountain Brew Trail is an unforgettable travel adventure that allows you to discover the vibrant micro and craft brewing scene fo

  • Betsy K. White Cultural Heritage Gallery

    Betsy K. White • Cultural Heritage Gallery

    The Betsy K. White • Cultural Heritage Gallery at William King Museum of Ar

  • Abingdon Cinemall

    We are a 12-plex state-of-the-art movie theater in the charming, historical small town of Abingdon, VA. As a family-owned and operated small business we

  • Devil’s Bathtub & Waterfall, The

    Devil’s Fork Loop Trail is perfect for the true back country enthusiasts who are willing to get their feet wet. All hikers should be prepared to s

  • Hensley’s Settlement

    Hensley's Settlement is part of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, which lies in three states: Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. The preserved set