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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.
Drive Virginia’s Blue Ridge Parkway - “America’s Favorite Scenic Drive”. The Parkway in 2005 has been designated an All-Ame...
Blue Ridge Tree Climbing, LLC
Bob White Covered Bridge is a rare 80-foot queen post construction over the Smith River that was built in 1921. It served as a connection between R...
The nearly 200 acre garden is on the north side of a mountain range near Fred Clifton Park.
Although a private preserve, it is open to the ...
Home of the lucky fairy stones, Fairy Stone is well known for its 168-acre lake adjoining Philpott Reservoir just minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkw...
Fred Clifton Park
Free Union Quilts, LLC
Gordon Trent Golf Course
Handcrafted birdhouses of every size and shape. Visit our web site,and watch the action from our windows! See the birds and maybe even a bear! This ...
Isaac C. DeHart operated a roller and grist mill on Widgeon Creek for many years. In addition, DeHart operated a legal distillery in the area, ship...
Jack's Creek Covered Bridge
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 ...
Beautiful location that has been photographed and painted many times. Restored gristmill/sawmill/woodworking shop and blacksmith shop. Old time s...
Mayberry Presbyterian Church
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