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Blue Ridge Highlands Virginia

Barter Theatre - A grand theatre full of rich history and home to incredible productions. Or enjoy a more intimate setting at Barter Stage II across the street.

The Lincoln Theatre - One of three existing Art Deco Mayan Revival theaters in America. The Lincoln Theatre features performing arts events year-round and is available to touring companies, groups, and individual artists.

Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theater - A state-of-the-art German-themed dinner theatre nestled in the beautiful Appalachian mountains of southwest Virginia. While seated in comfortable-lounge style chairs, you will be served a four course meal. Then sit back and relax and be entertained with a Broadway caliber musical production.

Wolf Creek Indian Village and Museum - Experience a palisaded aboriginal village dating back 700+ years! The village was carefully excavated, mapped, and documented. It has been recreated so that you may experience the actual layout of the wigwams and palisade!

Settlers Museum of Southwest Virginia - The purpose of the museum is to tell the story of the people who settled the mountainous southwest corner of Virginia and how its unique culture was developed. Visitors discover this as they move through the museum's Visitor's Center, 1890's School and Farm.

Montgomery Museum - Art shows spotlighting local artists are housed in the second floor art gallery, and change every two months. The permanent art collection includes works and prints by well known artists with local ties, such as Lewis Miller and Walter Biggs. A side-yard contains a beautiful garden with year-round color, maintained by Master Gardeners.

Wytheville Museums - Includes the Heritage Preservation Center, Rock House Museum, and the Thomas J. Boyd Museum. Explore early Wytheville history, Civil War history, Walking/Driving Tours, Children's Activities, Special Events and more.

Lyric Theater - Operates as a movie theatre and community center in the heart of downtown Blacksburg. Musical and other performances also hosted here.

Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley - Founded to foster and furnish activities, programs, and facilities that increase the understanding and enjoyment of the fine arts, this center offers a wide range of exhibitions, poetry and literary readings, musical programs, and lectures.

Galewinds Amusement Park & Raceway - Spend a day here to enjoy an 18-hole Mini Golf Course, The Largest Arcade in the area, and thrilling Go Cart Tracks for different ages and experience levels.

Blue Ridge Institute & Museum - For more than two decades Ferrum College's Blue Ridge Institute & Museum has documented, interpreted and presented the traditional life and culture of the Blue Ridge and its people.

Pocahontas Exhibition Coal Mine & Museum - Open daily for walking tours from April through October, this National Historic Landmark is operated by the town of Pocahontas. Located just outside town, this mine was opened in 1882 and was operated for over 73 years.

Glencoe Museum and Gallery - Explore the rich heritage of Radford and the New River Valley in this 19th-century Victorian building situated on the banks of the New River.

Edith Bolling Wilson Museum - Steward to the history and birthplace of one of the most influential, controversial, and politically significant women of the twentieth century.

Blacksburg Aquatic Center - A year-round indoor aquatic facility offering a six lane, 25-yard pool. The facility is open for free swim, lessons, hot tub use, splash pool area, locker rooms, etc.

Beagle Ridge Herb Farm - Offers you the opportunity to wander through their breathtaking gardens, hike the beautiful nature trails, or take one of their educational workshops and learn how to make soaps, gels, bath salts, and potpourris.

Galax Recreation Center - Come take a class, enjoy a round of golf at the municipal golf course, see a show or concert at the Rex Theater, or enjoy a walk on the outdoor walking track at Mountain View Park or Felts Park.