P. Buckley Moss Museum

Located in Waynesboro, VA, the P. Buckley Moss Museum houses the permanent collection of the renowned artist’s works.  Born in New York City in 1933, Moss attended Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, where she specialized in graphic design and fine art.  After her family moved to the Shenandoah Valley in 1964, […]

Blackfriars Playhouse – The World’s ONLY Recreation of Shakespeare’s Original Indoor Theatre

There’s no denying that William Shakespeare had an incredible and long-lasting influence on the world of literature and drama.  Today, you can experience a part of that influence in the world’s ONLY recreation of William Shakespeare’s original indoor theatre.  This 300-seat theatre is located in the Staunton historic district.  Visitors can choose between cushioned bench […]

Natural Bridge Virginia

Natural Bridge in Virginia is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World! Billing itself as “Higher than Niagara, old as the dawn,” Natural Bridge is truly a WOW experience. There’s plenty of history at this 215-foot high and 90-foot wide marvel. George Washington surveyed the place in 1750 for Lord Fairfax, and carved […]

Pet Friendly Cabins a Great Way to Enjoy Fall Foliage

With the beautiful Virginia Fall Foliage right around the corner, renting a Mountain Cabin is a great way to enjoy colorful panoramic vistas with your faithful friend at your side! No need to leave Fido at home. While not all cabins allow pets, Cabin Creekwood is a Pet-Friendly facility, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains […]

Caverns in Virginia

Virginia is home to many scenic vistas, both above ground and below!  There are numerous caverns throughout the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah Valley.  Probably the most popular is Luray Caverns, but many others have just as spectacular views.  One of our favorites is Grand Caverns in Grottoes, VA. Located only about 1/2 hour […]

Sherando Lake

This 2-lake recreation area includes beaches, bathhouses, areas for swimming and fishing, and plenty of hiking trails with great views.  The lower lake is 24 acres, and has great access for swimming, fishing, picnicking, and enjoying the outdoors.  Many of the activities even have handicap access.  The elevation is 1,900 feet in the Blue Ridge […]

September Getaways in Virginia Blue Ridge Parkway

September is the perfect time to escape to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia!  The kids are back in school, the cooler weather makes for comfortable outdoor activities, and the roads are less crowded than they were all summer long.  Hiking along the Blue Ridge Parkway Virginia is a great experience in September.  The cooler […]

International Wine Festival at Wintergreen Resort

Taste wines from around the world – Spain, France, Italy, Australia, California, Germany, Chile, Argentina, and New Zealand, at the International Wine Festival at Wintergreen Resort. Saturday, August 30, the Wintergreen Performing Arts presents the International Wine Festival from noon until 5:30.  This event will be held at the John D. Evans Center.  Cost is […]

Fall Foliage is On Its Way!

It’s none too soon to start thinking about coming to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia to revel in the wonderful fall colors, when the trees compete for the brightest, cheeriest, most beautiful hues in the forest! We typically expect the peak of the fall foliage colors to occur during the middle two weeks of […]