280 Lithia Road, Wytheville, VA, US, 24382

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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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  • Arts & Museums

    »Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum

    The Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum...Heritage, History, and Romance. These three words describe the story inherent to the life of First Lady, Mrs. Wilson, wife of President Woodrow Wilson. This is a story that embodies heritage; a proud, prominent Virginia family, direct descendants of Pocahontas. The Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum is located on the first level of the Bolling Home at 145 East Main Street in Wytheville, Virginia. Seasonal pre-renovated tours of the Bolling Home are available April-October.\

    145 East Main Street
    Wytheville, Virginia 24382

    »Thomas J. Boyd Museum

    Providing an opportunity to learn about the history of the people and places of Wythe County, this museum's collection includes Wytheville's first fire truck circa 1855, early farming equipment and tools, military uniforms, Civil War displays, photographs of early schools and churches, and artifacts from the mining industry.

    295 Tazewell Street
    Wytheville, Virginia 24382

    »Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Museum

    Housed in the Pulaski Railway Station, which was constructed in 1886, this museum contains exhibits that depict the history and culture of the Pulaski area, including historic photographs, items from the founding industries and the Town's railroad past, newspapers chronicling important events locally and nationally, and a model railroad display.

    20 North Washington Avenue
    Pulaski, Virginia 24301

    »Fine Arts Center

    Founded to foster and furnish activities, programs, and facilities that increase the understanding and enjoyment of the fine arts, this center offers a wide range of exhibitions, poetry and literary readings, musical programs, and lectures.

    21 West Main Street
    Pulaski, Virginia 24301

    »Wolf Creek Indian Village & Museum

    Located just 15 minutes south of Bluefield on I-77, at exit 58. this re-constructed, palisade village was built to duplicate archaeological records of an Indian Village that was carbon dated 1215. Visit the Artifact Museum and the re-created Indian Village, where guides trained in primitive skills give hands-on tours. Admission is charged. A museum gift shop and covered picnic area are also available. Open daily 9am to 5pm.

    Route 1, Box 1530
    Bluefield, West Virginia 24314
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