This Must Be the Place: The Art of Landscape – Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
Come explore the curated art collection of MSV benefactor Julian Wood Glass, Jr.
Tones of a New Day: The Works of Radford Wine – Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
Local painter Redford Wine displays some of his most famous paintings, as well as debuting two new pieces!
Virginia Watercolor Annual Show – Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
Virginia Watercolor Society 38th Annual Exhibition!
Museum of the Shenandoah Valley – Christmas Events
From musical concerts, wreath making, to the miniature house and gingerbread house making for the young explorers.
Harrisonburg Green House – Back Home on the Farm
Spring at the Greenhouse - from April to mid June
Family Trip – Walking thru History in the Shenandoah Valley
Great Family Weekend experiencing the past in Winchester VA
Harrisonburg Fire Department Museum
Discover the history of the Harrisonburg Fire Department, located on the third floor of the Public Safety Building.
Edith J Carrier Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
The Edith J. Carrier Arboretum voted Best in the Valley by DNR readers for Best Place to Take Guests, Best Place to Propose Marriage, and Best Place for Rest and Relaxation.
Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia
Come experience a taste of our nations culture!
Virginia Museum of the Civil War – New Market Battlefield State Park
The Virginia Museum of the Civil War, historic Bushong Farm, and self-guided battlefield tour provide many opportunities to reflect upon the Battle of New Market which raged just outside the museum and farm on May 15, 1864.
Natural Bridge Park
Once owned by Thomas Jefferson, this National Historic Landmark is a must see destination. Encounter the immense Natural Bridge, explore the deepest caverns on the East coast and stay in the comfort of the historic hotel.
Meem’s Bottom Covered Bridge
Tourists from miles around pay a visit to one of the best-known covered bridges in Virginia, a 204-foot single-span Burr arch truss known as Meem's Bottom in Shenandoah County
Shenandoah County Historic Courthouse
Constructed in 1795 of native limestone, the Shenandoah County Historic Courthouse is the oldest courthouse west of the Blue Ridge Mountains in continuous use.
Heritage Museum at the Edinburg Mill
The Edinburg Mill was built in 1848 by George Grandstaff and was in continuous operation as a grist mill until 1978. It is famous for the fact that it is one of the few mills in the Valley that was not burned by Sheridan during the Civil Wa...
Housed in a Southern Railway depot, the Museum exhibits include 18th, 19th, and 20th century pieces and more.
The Virginia Museum of the Civil War
The Virginia Museum of the Civil War is the only state-owned Civil War museum and is administered by the Virginia Military Institute.