Bounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and Potomac River, the fertile Shenandoah Valley is home to some of Virginia’s most beautiful and historic sites. The haunting, cathedral-sized spaces of the Luray Caverns are a must see, if only for the sounds of the unusual, one-of-a-kind Stalacpipe Organ. Then, explore the rest of the “Big Valley” on a drive through the mountainous Blue Ridge Parkway, filled with breathtaking views, vivid foliage and recreational opportunities. See a blacksmith at work or help harvest crops at the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton City or tour Fisher’s Hill Battlefield in Toms Brook for a taste of American Civil War history. The stunning beauty and unbelievable history of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley will astound you!
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