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Woodstock, VA 22664
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Shenandoah County is a region of the Shenandoah Valley. Incorporated in 1772, it is named after the Senedos Indian tribe. Discover its rich heritage by visiting historical landmarks like the Soldiers Cemetery, Virginia Museum of the Civil War, Edinburg Mill and Strasburg Museum. Outdoor activities on offer include fly fishing, zip lining tours and horseback riding. This vibrant community organizes music festivals and cultural events throughout the year. Don’t miss the annual reenactment of scenes from the Civil War.
A quaint little town, Edinburg boasts of a small and a friendly population. The town offers a treat to the eyes with beautiful and mesmerizing views. There are several attractions like the Edinburg Madison District Museum and various beautiful churches for tourists to visit. If you are looking for a small getaway, Edinburg takes you far off from the hustle and bustle of the city life.
Situated right in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley is the Valley Baptist Church which is an independent body with Baptist beliefs. Strongly grounded in Christian ideologies, this church is a living one in every respect. Worshipers gather each Sunday with their families to praise God and to socialize a bit. Day care is available for those with little children, and cultural events are organized frequently for members.
Luray is located in the north of the Shenandoah Valley. It offers travelers with very good weekend getaway options. The vast open spaces and the natural trails found here provide tourists with fantastic opportunities to go water rafting, boating, cycling and even hiking. Some important landmarks in this town include the Luray Caverns, the Luray Valley Museum, the Luray Zoo and the Luray Singing Tower.
Front Royal-Warren County Airport assures safe and well-timed air transport. This modernized airport has regular flights scheduled to and from several destinations. Besides, the premises of the Warren County Airport are also used to host several events and air shows. If you are around the area, it is an absolute must for you to see the air show held here, which is sure to etch a beautiful memory of the trip.
Orkney Springs does not have a municipal government but this lovely unincorporated community is surrounded by valleys and mountains. It also has many subterranean mineral springs and has quite a few historic structures that are worth visiting. Such as The Maryland House, The Virginia House, Shrine Mont and The Cathedral Shrine of the Transfiguration (open-air cathedral). It is also the home of the annual Shenandoah Valley Music Festival.
A serene place away from all the hustle, bustle and noise, the Shrine Mont is a local center for silent payer. The place is surrounded by lush greenery and tucked amidst a picturesque setting. Here you can find the Cathedral Shrine of the Transfiguration which was built in 1925 and has a very beautiful baptismal font and the Virginia House which double up as an events and conference center. The center on a regular basis plays host to and organizes numerous welfare and social programs whereby encouraging people to come together as a community and help build society. For more information, log on to their website or call ahead.
Invaded by the settlers in 1738, Front Royal used to be called Helltown owing to the rough mountaineers and river men who plundered the town, looking for booze and women. It was finally incorporated as Front Royal 50 years later in 1788. As of now, this town welcomes visitors with its engaging history that unfolds at the museums, while families with kids can enjoy the nature parks and trails.