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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Popular byways and historic drives offer spectacular views of Virginia's fresh spring color.
The town of Appalachia is considered to be a largely intact "era" town of the late 1800s, early 1900s. At one time, the town was the center of a b...
The Appalachia Cultural Arts Council, Inc. founded The Appalachia Cultural Arts Center as a vehicle to foster commitment to the future, to economic...
Public park dedicated to local mining historian Louis Henegar and the numerous coal miners in the community. The park features many examples of und...
Harry W. Meador Coal Museum
June Tolliver House & Folkart Center
The ampitheatre is located in the Jerome Street Historic District of Big Stone Gap, Virginia. It seats approximately 350-400 people. The rustic set...
John Fox, Jr. Museum
Dedicated in 1948, the Southwest Virginia Museum in Big Stone Gap chronicles the exploration and development of the region. The museum houses a col...
Interstate 101 Car
Big Stone Gap is a little town with a big story! The inspiration for the novel, Big Stone Gap, by Adriana Trigiani, shows that good old-fa...
Christ Episcopal Church
Located on the old route 23 just outside of Norton or Appalachia depending upon which way you travel is a jewel to behold.
Since opening i...
Carol Ingram Moore
Country Cabin II is the descendent of the original Country Cabin, focal point of Appalachian Traditions Village, a major venue on the Crooked Road,...
Cave Springs Recreation Area
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