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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Monument Terrace, a commemorative site to local service men and women.
Visit the Lynchburg Museum at the Old Court House and be introduced to Lynchburg's fascinating history! Step into the Court Room Gallery where you ...
Everyone likes a treasure! The thrill of the hunt makes it better! There are many, many treasures in Lynchburg, the obvious ones are the beaut...
Omniterrum is dedicated to the preservation of globes and related planetary from around the world spanning four centuries. We offer a vast va...
Amazement Square, The Rightmire Children's Museum is dedicated to motivating children and adults of all backgrounds toward greater creativity and u...
Rise Up Climbing
Matt offers guided trips to a multitude of public water destinations in Central and Western Virginia. The variety of water he represents allows hi...
Tour sign located near buildings used as Confederate hospitals during the war. Thirty-two hospitals treated 3,000 - 4,000 patients at a time, many ...
Academy of Fine Arts
The Jefferson Street Brewery is located within Bluffwalk Center, which is comprised of the Craddock-Terry Hotel, Shoemakers and Waterstone restaura...
The LOVEwork in Lynchburg showcases activities that visitors can enjoy on the Blackwater Creek trails system and throughout Lynchburg. The L featur...
Daniel's Hill Historic District
Legacy Museum of African-American History
Volunteer, non- profit organization dedicated to bringing lively arts to Lynchburg with renowned artists who perform in concert and in workshops. T...
Recorded commentary describes Civil War medical conditions at the medical office of Dr. John J. Terrell during the Civil War. Serves as monument to...
Completed in 1815 by Dr. George Cabell, his Federal style mansion overlooking the James River features carefully restored interiors that prese...
The Presbyterian Cemetery
Anne Spencer was a poet, a civil rights activist, a teacher, librarian, wife and mother, and a gardener. More than thirty of her poems were publi...
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