1290 S Main St
Woodstock, VA 22664
Phone: (540) 459-4086
Fax: (540) 459-4043
1290 S Main St, Woodstock, VA, US, 22664
- Phone: (540) 459-4086
- Fax: (540) 459-4043
Built in 1948, Stoney Creek Roller Rink and Fun Center is a great place for a family getaway from the mundane routines of life. Offering about 85 arcade and amusement games like bumper cars, adventure mini golf, billiard tables, air hockey, basketball and football games, this fun center offers adventurous and exciting experience to everyone. Out of all the games, the large skating rink is the most popular amongst the visitors. After sitting on the rides, don't forget to visit the in-house restaurant that serves good food to satisfy your hunger. Apart from games, this place can also be hired, in case you want to hold a formal or informal meeting. Open hours vary from month to month, check website calendar for exact times and dates.
The amazing array of wines available at Shenandoah Vineyards sure to please any connoisseur. Take a seat and sip on a wine of your choice; recommended are the Shenandoah Blanc 2007 and the Rebel Red Lot 06. The property can also be rented out for theme parties and events. The operational hours of the vineyard vary according to season. Please check the website or call ahead for rental information or tour hours and other details.
The Edinburg Mall, built in 1848, was one of the few establishments that withstood the attrocities of the Civil War. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the museum tells us the stories of the mill, the town, and the infamous burning. The gift shops and restaurants add to the tourist appeal of the place.
North Mountain Vineyard and Winery strives to bring the real taste of the Shenandoah Valley grapes to all wine lovers. Wine tasting sessions and vineyard tours are organized regularly, and you can sample wines. Take your pick from red, white or blush wines available and soak in the exotic taste. You can also rent out the space for private parties and functions. Call or check the website for further details.
The Fisher Hill Battlefield Site is an important historical landmark in Shenandoah Valley. A part of the Valley Campaigns of 1864, this fierce battle was fought during the American Civil War. It is indeed a monumental civil war site which not only changed the course of the civil war, but also the future of the Shenandoah valley. To know more about the place, browse through the website or call +1 888 367 3965.
Located in Mt. Jackson, Cave Ridge Vineyards is a large vineyard producing high quality wines since decades. Come here and be a part of the interesting wine making process. White wines such as Viognier, La Petite Traminette and red wines like Cabernet Franc and Chambourcin among others can be found here. You can also enjoy sparkling wines at the deck or take a tour of the picturesque winery. Wine-tastings and other events are regularly hosted here and are widely attended by wine enthusiasts.
Housed inside the Shenandoah Caverns, the Yellow Barn is offers an interesting palette of entertainment. The Caverns is an underground center that is home to a variety of entertainment options. The Yellow Barn characterizes a rural set up, indicating the ancient culture of locals. It has a farm-like appearance and exhibits historic marvels. There is also a market area where you can shop for souvenirs or wine. The barn houses a rotating stage in its center where live performances and music concerts are held. A must visit to enjoy some culture-rich entertainment!
Explore the intriguing underground Shenandoah Caverns and wonder at their beauty. The limestone formations are situated a few miles away from New Market and pose a great attraction for tourists who come here to explore the mystery behind these caves. Having been featured in National Geographic magazine, these caverns are of huge interest, especially to geologists. Few of the formations not be missed during your visit here include Capitol Dome, Diamond Castle and Rainbow Lake.
The biggest musical instrument in the world is a lithophone found in Luray caves that was designed by Leland W. Sprinkle in 1956. The Luray Caverns, which was already known for its musical prowess, the organ is sourced from a console that employs the old stalactites on the cave ceilings in a way that produces different notes. Although only a few stalactites are actually connected to the console, due to the architecture of the caves, the sound is amplified and heard throughout the place.
Discovered over a century ago, Luray Caverns is a complete natural wonder. One of the most popular caves in Eastern America, it attracts millions of visitors each year. Guided tours are conducted to view the enormous chambers and paved pathways within the caverns. The Great Stalacpipe Organ housed here, which is also the world's largest musical instrument, is another landmark feature of this place.
Luray Zoo is a special animal center as it provides housing and care for exotic animals which have been subject to abuse by humans. Care is taken to ensure that the animals stay on at the zoo and are not traded. The zoo keepers interact with visitors, helping them get closer to the rescued animals and know more about them. Besides animals, there are a number of reptiles here too.
Situated within the Bridgemont Farm, Maize Quest offers an adventurous experience to everyone. As you enter the farm, you will come across well trimmed fields of corn that stretch over huge acres of land, overlooking the mountains. The maze, built in the shape that resembles the map of United States, is a very popular family outing place. Besides, this farm also features hay rides, pedal carts, kids maze, karaoke nights and flashlights nights. An ideal place to come with family and friends, you can also enjoy a bonfire here. Check website for varying dates and timings.