Central and Western Virginia Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Central and Western Virginia - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Roanoke 8

Charlottesville 7

Lynchburg 6

Lexington 5

Blue Ridge Parkway 4

Orange County 4

Staunton 3

Blacksburg and the New River Valley 3

Shenandoah National Park 3

Winchester 3

Abingdon 2

Dayton 2

Middletown 2

New Market 2

Harrisonburg 1

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George C. Marshall Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This museum preserves the memory of the World War II army chief of staff. Exhibits trace his brilliant career, which began when he was...

Natural Bridge of Virginia

  • Geological Site

About 20 mi south of Lexington, this impressive limestone arch (which supports Route 11) has been gradually carved out by Cedar Creek,...

Stonewall Jackson House

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Confederate general Jackson's private life is on display at the Stonewall Jackson House, where he is revealed as a dedicated Presbyterian...

Virginia Military Institute

  • Museum/Gallery

Adjacent to Washington and Lee University are the imposing Gothic buildings of the Virginia Military Institute, founded in 1839 and the...

Washington and Lee University

  • Museum/Gallery

The ninth-oldest college in the United States, Washington and Lee University was founded in 1749 as Augusta Academy and later renamed...

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