Econo Lodge Near Motor Speedway
912 Commonwealth Ave.
Bristol, VA 24201
Phone: (276) 466-2112
Fax: (276) 466-0045
The Bristol Public Library serves the citizens of both Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN.
This site honoring Ford, displays many items pertaining to his successful life as an entertainer. Tours are available by appointment.
Virginia High School is a high school that guides its students to prepare for college. The vocational section of the building is for students who want to go into trade directly from high school. This section offers courses on culinary arts, computer repair and networking, criminal justice and cosmetology. Other activities held by the school are athletics, beauty pageants and a fund-raising event for the American Heart Association. Students can come, learn and be part of the school that was the first in the tri-cities region, to have an International Baccalaureate Diploma Program.
A regional theatre that produces musicals, tragedies, and comedies for children and adults. Being involved with the local community, Theatre Bristol hosts many outreach programs, workshops, and other educational programs.
A landmark slogan sign, it separates the twin cities of Bristol, Virginia and Bristol, Tennessee. The sign stands on the roadway at the border between the two states. Built in the year 1910, the slogan says “A good place to live” and is considered a local legendary landmark. The sign initially had a slogan that said “Push – That’s Bristol” that referred to the hopes of growth and prosperity. After being moved to its current location, the sign was replaced with the new slogan.
At 285 feet high and reaching over 530 yards across the South Fork Holston River, this dam was built to help in flood control, power production, and ecological preservation.
This mural, featuring the faces of many famous country singers, serves as a monument to the "Birthplace of Country Music" and the 1927 "Bristol Sessions."
A tribute to war veterans that features five life-size sculptures by Maria Kirby-Smith and an eternal flame symbolizing the fight for freedom.
This historic landmark divides the border of Tennessee and Virginia. Opposite legs of the sign are in different states.
An over 2,000 acre facility that offers golf, 25 miles of trails for hiking, and water activities such as fishing and paddleboat rides.
Used by the Native Indians as an attack and escape route, these caverns feature many unusual formations which were formed due to an underground river. Visitors are invited to tour and enjoy a picnic on the grounds of the over 200 million years old caverns.
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