Shenandoah Valley

Mark Edward Atkinson

Tucked in the blue ridge, our Shenandoah Valley presents a combination of assets unique to Virginia: breathtaking displays of nature in Shenandoah National Park; vineyards and microbreweries complemented by a culinary landscape of national note and regional renown (including restaurants like The Shack, Zynodoa and Local Chop & Grill House); and top-rung culture at places like the Garth Newel Music Center in Warm Springs and James Madison University’s Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. Traverse the Valley and tip your hat to Virginia’s Civil War history: VMI, whose cadets stepped up to fight when called upon, and Washington and Lee University, named in part for Gen. Robert E. Lee. Perhaps the best visual representation of the Shenandoah Valley can be found at the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia, where life-size recreations and displays of living history give a tangible glimpse into the birth of America’s pioneer spirit, forged right here.


Iron Skillet Stuffed Mountain Trout

The Dark Night

Freefalling

Living History

Grilled Leg Of Lamb With Fish Sauce Caramel, Fresh Herbs And Creamy Grits

Classic Bolognese

Away From it All

Travel for Bibliophiles

From Beethoven to Bluegrass

Small Town, Big Culture

June 11, 2022

Star Gazing and Laser Nights

Virginia Living Museum
July 9, 2022

Star Gazing and Laser Nights

Virginia Living Museum
August 13, 2022

Star Gazing and Laser Nights

Virginia Living Museum