8:00 am - 238.6 miles / 4 hours 8 minutes - 12:09 pm
The ruins of this Thomas-Jefferson-designed mansion have been left to crumble since the Christmas Day they burnt down
1:39 pm - 20.1 miles / 34 minutes - 2:14 pm
Last tour at 3:15 pm
5:14 pm - 36.7 miles / 42 minutes - 5:57 pm
Blue Toad Hard Cider - Cidery & Farm, Winery Lane, Roseland, VA, United States
6:02 pm - 76.3 miles / an hour 53 minutes - 7:56 pm
The Omni Homestead Resort, Homestead Drive, Hot Springs, VA, United States
7:30 am - 11.7 miles / 17 minutes - 7:48 am
Falling Spring Falls is a breathtaking 80' waterfall that is one of the most visited and photographed spots in the Alleghany Highlands. The scenic waterfall is located on Route 220 in Alleghany County, just five miles north of Covington, Virginia. The property has had extensive renovations to the overlook and grounds, including a picnic area, so that visitors can more safely stop and enjoy the view.
Thomas Jefferson described the Falling Spring Falls as a "remarkable cascade...falling over a rock about 200 feet to the valley below." One of the largest falls in Virginia, it cascades from an overhanging ledge, and is easily visible from the roadway.
9:18 am - 27.8 miles / 37 minutes - 9:56 am
The secret is out! The declassified Bunker at The Greenbrier is a must-see experience that takes you behind the scenes and walks you through a fascinating period in the resort's history. Carved deep into the mountainside beneath our West Virginia Wing is an emergency Cold War fallout shelter. Once a top secret U.S. government relocation facility for Congress, The Bunker is now open to anyone interested in reliving a legendary piece of The Greenbrier history. Bunker Tours provide a unique and in-depth look behind the hidden doors and let you explore an aspect of The Greenbrier that no other resort can claim. Reserve your place in our history today!
Bunker Tours are generally offered daily to registered hotel guests as well as the general public. Tours are approximately 90 minutes in length and are available for guests 10 years of age and older.
At the conclusion of the Bunker Tour, participants receive vouchers good for $5 off The History of The Greenbrier (book) or The Greenbrier, America’s Resort, The Brief History (DVD) available in The Greenbrier Shoppe & Newsstand.
General Tours: 844-223-3173
Groups (15+) & Private Tours: 304-536-7810
No tours are offered:
October 31-November 3, 2016
Adults: $34* per person
Youth (10-17): $17* per youth
*6% West Virginia sales tax and 6.5% Historic Preservation Fund additional - See more at: http://www.greenbrier.com/Activities/Bunker-Tours#sthash.S3hrt6gB.dpuf
12:26 pm - 11.5 miles / 19 minutes - 12:46 pm
Hours of Operation - Open Daily
Labor Day to Thanksgiving 9AM to 5PM
Last tour 45 minutes prior to closing.
Adults-13 and up $12.00
Descend 120 feet below the Earth's surface into a vast wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites. Lost World Caverns, discovered in 1942, is a truly magical place for both young and old. It takes approximately 45 minutes to walk through. We offer self-guided tours so you can take your time to explore the cavern at your own pace. Just remember to stay on the trail. A guide sheet is provided to tell you about the many different formations that make up this 1/2 mile loop. No matter what the temperature on the outside, the cave always remains a constant 52 degrees. A light jacket and good shoes are recommended.
3:16 pm - 83.3 miles / an hour 27 minutes - 4:44 pm
This abandoned amusement park was built on an American Indian burial ground
7:44 pm - 22.3 miles / 29 minutes - 8:14 pm
7:30 am - 30.8 miles / 39 minutes - 8:10 am
Aerial Tramway (Ext. 394) Location: Canyon Rim Center
Daily......................................8:00 a.m. – 10:00pm (Tickets sold until 10:00 p.m.)
Last day of tram operation for 2016 season will be Sunday, October 30, 2016, 12:00 Noon.
Adults... $6.00 Children (ages 5 -12)...$4.00 Mountain Bikes.....$4.00
9:10 am - 26.5 miles / 48 minutes - 9:59 am
Deep in the hills of West Virginia, is located a mystical place called Someplace Special .
Steeped in legend ,dripping with treasures , rich in history and loaded with fun , Someplace Special is a great place to spend an afternoon treasure hunting
Come fill a bucket with dirt from our dirt pile and go prospecting at one of our flumes. ( A flume is a long box containing water.) Place some of the ore in a screen at the flume,rinse with water and simply pick out your treasures..
11:59 am - 29.1 miles / 47 minutes - 12:47 pm
12:52 pm - 12.3 miles / 31 minutes - 1:24 pm
Hikers can still stroll beneath the long conveyer of this abandoned mining facility hidden in a West Virginia river gorge
4:24 pm - 77.8 miles / an hour 47 minutes - 6:12 pm
7:12 pm - 43.6 miles / 47 minutes - 8:00 pm
8:05 pm - 28.1 miles / 33 minutes - 8:39 pm
7:30 am - 12.9 miles / 18 minutes - 7:49 am
Spring, Summer & Fall Hours
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (7 days/week)
March 14th through November 30th, 2016
Self-guided tours utilize walking paths and trails to allow Museum guests to visit all 11 permanent exhibits. You’ll enjoy “living history” as communicated through costumed interpreters in both the Old World and American sections of the Museum.
We recommend allowing 3-4 hours to see everything by foot. Shuttle carts run continuously in the event you want a lift.
10:49 am - 46.4 miles / 51 minutes - 11:41 am
11:46 am - 27.6 miles / 41 minutes - 12:28 pm
5:28 pm - 32.8 miles / 58 minutes - 6:27 pm
7:30 am - 28.0 miles / 54 minutes - 8:25 am
Luray Caverns is open every day of the year. Tours depart approximately every twenty minutes. The General Admission includes the attraction entrance fee and Luray Caverns tour, a self-guided tour of the Car and Carriage Caravan, and the Luray Valley Museum. Tours begin each day at 9 am
The last tour departs at:
Day after Labor Day to October 31 - 6 pm
11:25 am - 231.2 miles / 3 hours 52 minutes - 3:18 pm