The Shenandoah Valley is full of activities for guest to enjoy while they are visiting.
Outdoor Activities - The thirty-six state parks of Virginia offer five hundred miles of trails for hiking or horseback riding as well as major waterway access.
The Luray Caverns is a tourist experience that includes a tour of Caverns, a Car Museum, a Zipline and Ropes Course, and a Garden Maze. The experience is undertaken in small controlled groups with plenty of time for each group to enjoy the attractions before the next group is brought in.
Historic Civil War Sites - The Valley is full of conflict points and history during the Civil War. Some of the sites worth visiting include Belle Grove Plantation, Manassas Battlefield Sites, and Toms Brook and Woodstock Battlefields. Another interesting site to visit is the largest outpost of the Union Calvary. It has been transformed into the Smithsonian Conservation and Biology Research Center.
Shopping - For those guests interested in shopping for antiques and unique gift items, there are several premier shops in the local area. Some of these are Antiques at Middle Street Shop, Copper Fox Antiques, School House Antiques, The Shops at Ginger Hill Antiques, Strasburg Emporium, Vilnis & CO Antiques, RH Ballard, and Tavern Shops at Inn and Little Washington. The Wine Loves Chocolate shop takes the hassle of pairing the two out of the visitor’s hands, as the experts at the shop create the perfect pairing for visitor tastes.
Wineries - For guests, whose passion is wine tasting, the local area offers an abundance of wineries. Some of these include Rappahannock Cellars, Linden Vineyards, RdV, Glen Manor Vineyards, Quievremont Winery, Chester Gap Cellars, Sharp Rock Vineyards, Narmada Winery, Gadino Cellars, Gray Ghosts, Desert Rose Ranch and Winery, and Little Washington Winery.
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