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Things to Do in Staunton

Central location for enjoying the nature of the Shenandoah National Park, visiting numerous caverns, and partaking of the local museums. Stop in for a great night with us.

Explore Staunton

Explore Staunton

Frontier Culture Museum

1290 Richmond Rd., Staunton, Virginia 24401

An outdoor, living history museum with exhibits and programs that explore the diverse old world origins of the earliest immigrants to America and the culture they created together.

Woodrow Wilson Birthplace & Presidential Library

18 N. Coalter St., Staunton, Virginia 24401

The nation’s 28th president comes to life as you tour Woodrow Wilson’s birthplace and museum. Learn about his life as professor, president and peacemaker. See Wilson’s restored Pierce-Arrow limousine.

American Shakespeare Center

10 S. Market Street, Staunton, Virginia 24401

The Blackfriars Playhouse is the world’s only re-creation of Shakespeare’s indoor theater. Open year-round for performances of Shakespeare and Renaissance drama, called “shamelessly entertaining” by the Washington Post. Playhouse tours daily.

Grand Caverns Regional Park

5 Grand Caverns Drive, Grottoes, Virginia 24441

Grand Caverns is a stately and powerful example of Nature's handiwork. In addition to the caverns, other activities to be enjoyed while at the park are hiking, picnicking, swimming (seasonal) and mini golf (seasonal).

Natural Chimneys

94 Natural Chimneys Lane, Mt. Solan, VA 22843

Natural Chimneys Park offers more than simply the splendor of towering limestone formations. Both day visitors and those who choose to stay overnight in the seasonal campground find plenty of space and opportunities for recreation and relaxation.

Blue Ridge Parkway/Skyline Drive

94 Natural Chimneys Lane, Mt. Solan, VA 22843

"America's Favorite Drive" meanders 469 miles from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia to the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. Skyline Drive connects to Parkway, winding along the crest of the mountains from Waynesboro northward to Front Royal.

Historic Downtown Staunton

Downtown Staunton Visitor Center, 35 S. New Street, Staunton, Virginia 24401

Journey to a place where the sites are endless. Your trip wouldn't be complete without seeing some of the wonderful attractions including museums, art galleries, and outdoor interests. Discover Staunton today.

Statler Brothers Tribute

Downtown Staunton Visitor Center, 35 S. New Street, Staunton, Virginia 24401

International entertainment celebrities, the Statler Brothers always focused on family and their commitment to their hometown, Staunton. In the historic Wharf District, a round masonry structure stands, looking very much like a stack of records or CDs.