Glade Spring


Places to Visit

Arts and Culture
Emory & Henry College
Founded in 1836, Emory & Henry first opened its doors to students in 1838, and today it stands as the oldest college in Southwest Virginia. The...
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History and Heritage
Emory & Henry College Cemetery
Emory and Henry College closed its doors in April 1861 due to the Civil War in which it saw battle during the Battle of Saltville, serving as a...
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Handmade and Homegrown

Dreamland Alpacas Farm Store
Nestled in the mountains of the outskirts of Abingdon, in Meadowview, is our little piece of heaven that we share with approximately sixty alpacas....
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Heartwood: Southwest Virginia's Artisan Gateway
Heartwood is your gateway to Southwest Virginia craft, music, food, and local culture. Shop crafts created by `Round the Mountain members, juried to...
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Holston Mountain Artisans
Holston Mountain Artisans, formerly known as The Cave House Craft Shop, is the home to more than150 of this area's most talented artisans....
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James E Turner
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An artist with a brain condition.   I capture the beautiful visions I experience.   They are" Wheels Within Wheels"and circles within circles.  ...
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The Wayne C. Henderson School of Appalachian Arts
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Town Square Center for the Arts
As the artisan economy of Southwest Virginia blossoms, so does the demand for locations where artists can create and retail their work. In Glade...
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William King Museum of Art
The William King Museum of Art is the premier visual arts facility in the region, offering outstanding fine world art, contemporary regional art and...
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