Dedicated to the preservation of its old-time appearance and small-town charm, the town of Edinburg is truly like a step back in time. It is home to an 1848 Mill which is a Virginia Historic Landmark and one of the few mills that survived the burning during the Civil War. The Shenandoah Cultural Heritage Museum and Visitors Center is currently housed at the Edinburg Mill along with The Edinburg Mill Restaurant along with Heritage Mill Wines 1848.
Throughout the town, houses and shops are lovingly restored with painted clapboard and a touch of class. Take a stroll through town for a variety of restaurants and shops including Forgotten Curiosities Antiques, Murray’s Fly Shop and Yellow Farm House Yarns.
The town even hosts an “Ole Time Festival” every September, complete with bed races, a beard contest, a sock hop and an old timer’s basketball game.
I -81 Exit 279 to VA 185, RD 675, and US Route 11
www.townofedinburg.org | 540-984-8521
The Edinburg Mill, 214 S. Main St., Edinburg, VA 22824
www.edinburgmill.com | 540-984-8400
Hours: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm M-Sat.; 12-5pm Sun.
Beautiful, old-fashioned Edinburg has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1998. In fact, there are 292 buildings comprising the historic district…