No matter where your travels take you throughout Shenandoah County, there’s a Visitor Center nearby with local experts to offer suggestions or help you find your way.
- 33229 Old Valley Pike
The Strasburg Visitor and Information Center is state certified and hosts over 7,000 visitors each year operated by the Town of Strasburg. The center features multiple amenities including walking trails that take guests through thick woods and offer multiple glimpses into small…
- 102 Koontz St.
Shenandoah County is home to 178 miles of trails through the George Washington National Forest offering spectacular views of the Valley below, lush forest, the Shenandoah River, streams, and abundant wildlife making this region an outdoor paradise. In Shenandoah County the forest…
- 5901 Main St
A major thoroughfare for commerce and transportation arrived in Mount Jackson in 1830. The Valley Turnpike, also known as Route 11, formed the historic base for today's Interstate 81. Inside the museum, view artifacts and hand-crafted items made in the Shenandoah Valley. Please…
- 103 N Main St
Constructed in 1795 of native limestone, the Shenandoah County Historic Courthouse is the oldest courthouse in continuous use west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It saw much activity during the Civil War with troops from both sides, leaving their mark with graffiti on interior…
- 214 S Main St
Located in the historic Edinburg Mill, which was originally constructed in 1848. The building is famous for being one of the few mills in the Shenandoah Valley that was not burned by Sheridan during the Civil War. The museum is three floors and has a variety of exhibits featuring…
- 8895 George Collins Pkwy
The Virginia Museum of the Civil War is the only state-owned Civil War Museum and is administered by the Virginia Military Institute (VMI). The site consists of three elements: The Virginia Museum of the Civil War, the New Market Battlefield State Historical Park, and the…