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Places to Visit

Arts and Culture
The Lincoln Theatre
This is a story of an original vaudeville and movie house that rose like a phoenix to become a restored beauty in downtown Marion. In early years the...
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Great Outdoors
Appalachian Trail
The Appalachian Trail is one of the longest continuously marked footpaths in the world, measuring roughly 2,180 miles in length. The Trail goes...
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Clinch Mountain Birding and Wildlife Trail
Sites along the Clinch Mountain Loop include parts of four counties (Washington, Tazewell, Russell and Smyth) with elevation ranges that span over...
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Hungry Mother Adventures
Hungry Mother Adventures
Your adventure starts here!  Whether you spend the day tubing the Middle Fork River through beautiful Marion Virginia or zooming down our zip lines,...
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Hungry Mother State Park
Long a family favorite known for beautiful woodlands and a placid 108-acre lake in the heart of the mountains, Hungry Mother has a sandy beach with...
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Mount Rogers National Recreation Area
Mount Rogers National Recreation Area (NRA) manages approximately 200,000 acres of National Forest land near Mount Rogers. Over one million visitors...
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Back of the Dragon
Experience the unmatched beauty and riding enjoyment provided by Virginia Route 16, the two lane ribbon over the mountains between Tazewell and...
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History and Heritage
Settlers Museum of Southwest Virginia
The Settlers Museum of Southwest Virginia is a 67 acre open-air museum that tells the story of the people who settled in the mountains of Virginia...
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Sallie's Crying Tree
This is an ordinary tree that still bears witness to an extraordinary little African American slave girl. Located just off Main Street in the town of...
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Music
Song of the Mountains
Song of the Mountains is an award winning television series of Bluegrass, Old Time, Celtic, and Americana music recorded live at the Lincoln Theater...
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Handmade and Homegrown

Avery Cornett
Cornett Jewelers has been in operation for 32 years in Marion, Virginia. Raymond S. Cornett, industry professional since 1955, opened Cornett...
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Beagle Ridge Herb Farm
Beagle Ridge is a 160 acre retreat south of Wytheville VA. An organic herb and Lavender farm open seasonally May- October which provides plants,...
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Black Horse Artisan
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Debbie Grim Yates
Debbie Grim Yates keeps up her full time business in her home studio in beautiful Konnarock Va near Whitetop Mountain. Like most potters, Debbie...
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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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Rural Retreat Depot
The Rural Retreat Depot was restored, and is operated by the Rural Retreat Depot Foundation as a Learning Museum and Event Center. During the summer...
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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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Walter Messick
Being a musical instrument maker challenges me to use my body, mind & spirit. My love of history helps me understand the roots of folk music....
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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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