"Blue Ridge Parkway"
"Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail"
Discover a place where Main Street meets the mountains, downtown Buchanan. Nestled within the steep slopes of the Blue Ridge and Alleghany Mountains, the Tow
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 e
A visit to the Jeff Matthews Memorial Museum is a rewarding experience for adults, families and children of all ages. Among the treasures are the historic ca
The United States Department of the Interior, Park Service, has declared Jessee's Mill to be a national historic landmark and was previously designated a sta
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" and "Th
Located 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, the ho
Constructed in 1890, the former Reynold's Restaurant, now known as Kay's Corner, is one of the last remaining frame commercial buildings in
Kentland Plantation is currently owned by the college of Agriculture and Life Sciences from Virginia Tech. It was originally a large plantation owned by Jame
This museum was conceived as a place to preserve the history of our area with a focus on the schools of Wise County. In 2002, the June Tolliver House provide
Downtown’s alive with arts, music, drama, shopping and dining. Anchor renovations include the 1929 Lincoln Theatre and the 1927 General Francis Marion
The Mathews Living History Farm and Museum is a non-profit, historical and educational foundation which operates a circa 1900 homestead farm. Farm anim
Opposite Church of Christ on North Rt. 83, up on hillside. Site of 3 Confederate Soldiers, related by marriage. Hours: Daylight only