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Experience the Heart of the Shenandoah Valley, clustered along a 30-mile stretch of I-81. The beautiful scenery of the Shenandoah Valley and surrounding mountains will enhance your visit to natural wonders, historic sites, great wineries and other unique places made for either a romantic getaway for two, friends' getaway weekend or family fun excursion.
Explore nature's artistry at Shenandoah Caverns, the only Virginia cavern with an elevator. And don't miss the spectacular parade floats from the Rose Parade, Presidential Inaugurals, Miss America and other big parades at American Celebration on Parade, truly a one-of-a-kind museum! Just one ticket will gain you admission to both attractions!
For Civil War buffs, visit New Market Battlefield and learn its impact on Valley citizens at the Bushong House on the grounds.
Take a break to enjoy a tour and wine tasting at two of the Shenandoah's famous farm wineries, Shenandoah Vineyards — the Valley's oldest winery — in Eninburg and North Mountain Vineyardand Winery in Maurertown, next door to a Civil War battlefield.
Golfers can enjoy a round at either Bryce or Shenvalee resorts. Ski enthusiasts can try skiing at Bryce!
Shopping in an authentic stagecoach inn is part of the unique experience at the Shoppes at Mauzy open every day of the week.
And it just wouldn't be right not to stop at Route 11 Potato Chips, guaranteeing delicious snacks for your ride home. See the many unique varieties being made, too.
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