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The Blue Ridge Parkway follows the Appalachian Mountains and boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in the world.
The first Germans arrived to Jamestowne in 1608 aboard Christopher Newport's Mary and Margaret vessel.
Learn about the settlement, important events, and well-known residents that lived in the oldest Virginia city west of the Blue Ridge Mountains....
Born Alvin Pleasant Carter, A.P. Carter was born to love music. A skilled violinist, fiddler to homefolk, he, his wife Sara, brother Ezra and siste...
In the summer of 1780, the Southern American colonies – and hopes of independence – seemed at the mercy of an invading British army. A ...
As an early settler, Abraham Hollingsworth traveled the Wilderness Trail when it was still an Indian path. He built one of the first grist mills in...
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...
Ashwood School Antiques
Records show that the Bailey family first settled in what later became Tazewell County more than 230 years ago. Richard Peyton Bailey, Sr. re...
What is the Barrier Islands Center? It is a gathering place, graced by weathered porch rockers that welcome you into an art gallery and gift...
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...
Blue Ridge Institute & Farm Museum
Boone Trail Highway Marker
Bowman Cemetery: Blue Ridge Parkway
The Brush Mountain Coal Miners Memorial is a black granite monument that celebrates the lives and spirits of the Brush Mountain Coal miner. There a...
Mineral (Lithia) water springs. In 1895 the water was sold for $5 a dozen half gallon bottles. It's free to the public today. Buffalo Springs is lo...
A National Register Historical Landmark and one of the oldest, most original operational grist mills in the country located in the heart of the She...
The historic Bush Mill takes you back to a time when people lived simpler lives, when millwrights and craftsmen used Scott County’s abundant ...
The Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Society is proud to offer The C&O Railway Heritage Center in Clifton Forge. This Center is a railway h...
The clerk's office was built around 1770 (finished about 1771) as Callands served as Pittsylvania County's first county seat from 1767-1777. It has ...
March kicks off the Virginia is for Lovers Culinary Challenge for 2015. Restaurants, locals and visitors nominated their favorite entrée. Vote now for your favorite!
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