This popular Wytheville dinner show draws crowds from all over -- and it’s coming back
Next month, it will be time to toe-tap to Bluegrass gospel classics and re-engage with the Sanders family once again. The show is one that the Wohlfahrt Haus has done before, but it is coming back due to popular demand and positive feedback from the public. The location of the Wohlfahrt Haus itself makes it easy to attract tourists from North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia. “We are right where interstates 77 and 81 cross, and they literally cross right in front of the theater,” Terry said. “We pull in people from all four directions.”For more information on Wytheville and how to get there, click or tap here.
Shop local this holiday season: All the reasons to check out Downtown Moneta
That’s according to Michelle Aznavorian, who owns Mayberry Furniture and Antique Mall and A Shade Brighter Art and Furniture Outlet. But if you’re native to Virginia, you know just how welcoming Downtown Moneta can be. Just take a look at the aforementioned Mayberry Furniture and Antique Mall and A Shade Brighter Art and Furniture Outlet, for examples. Let’s start with Mayberry Furniture and Antique Mall first. Supporting small businesses is always important, but now more than ever, these one-of-a-kind stores in Downtown Moneta deserve all the attention this holiday season.
48 perfect hours in Montgomery County: We’ll help you plan it -- all you have to do is pack a bag
Did you realize Montgomery County is home to two of the largest towns in Virginia, Blacksburg and Christiansburg? The Crooked Road; Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail is dotted with music venues along the route, all the way to Montgomery County. A farmBeliveau Farm Winery is just 9 miles from downtown Blacksburg, and it’s here you’ll taste award-winning wines and gluten-free beer. The Jefferson National Forest sits a few miles outside of downtown Blacksburg. And once you’re done with nature for the day, mosey on over to downtown Blacksburg, where you can find a plethora of boutiques and eateries.
From tragedy to triumph: Celebrating successful recovery of Natural Bridge Hotel 55 years later
The views expressed in this article are those of the advertiser and do not necessarily reflect those of this site or affiliated companies. The Natural Bridge Hotel was a popular destination for visitors for nearly six decades when it opened in the early 1900s, but the future became unknown after April 24, 1963, when a fire destroyed the hotel. The history of the hotel began when Thomas Jefferson built a two-room log cabin after purchasing 157 acres of land and the Natural Bridge from King George III of England in 1774. Instead of lamenting the loss of a place with amazing memories, the hotel resurrected a new history to weave into the old one. Contributed photo (Natural Bridge Hotel)This year marks 55 years since the Natural Bridge Hotel was fully reconstructed and reopened to the world in 1965, allowing visitors to once again connect to a significant piece of Virginia’s history.
This is one of the coolest spots you can drive to for a quick daycation
Do you ever feel like just getting out of the house, hopping in the car and going for a drive? There’s plenty of space to explore inside the Caverns at Natural Bridge, and some pretty fantastic sights. When you go, keep an eye out for cavern structures like the Colossal Dome room -- an enormous dome-shaped feature that was formed thousands of years ago. As you leave the dome room, you’ll see other other spectacular sights like Mirror Lake and the Well Room. Click here to visit the website, or go to Natural Bridge Cavern’s Facebook page.
Move over, farm-to-table: These 5 breweries are proving farm-to-pint just might be the next big thing
), we have a tip: Hop on I-81 and head over to Montgomery County, Virginia. There’s one thing in particular that sets these breweries apart from the rest of the pack: A good handful incorporate farm-fresh initiatives. Rising SiloRising Silo is a farm brewery -- and just like the name implies, it’s located on a fully operational farm called Glade Road Growing. En route to the outskirts of Montgomery County, you’ll take in some winding and beautiful roads. Follow @GoToMontVA on social media and www.GoToMontVA.com for travel inspiration and information on visiting Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Montgomery County.