1329 Commerce Rd, Staunton, Virginia 24401
Local Staunton area attractions to visit during your stay here. Get contact information and directions from the Inn for your smartphone. ***Due to COVID-19, please verify hours and operation status.*****
The world’s only re-creation of Shakespeare’s indoor theatre. Only a short ten-minute drive from The Farm, the American Shakespeare Center’s Blackfriars Playhouse has delighted hundreds of thousands of audience members from all over the world.
Our escape room in Staunton VA, challenges your brain while having fun with friends and family. Are you up to the challenge?
The Frontier Culture Museum located in Staunton, Virginia is a living history museum that tells the story of the people who migrated from the Old World to America and the life they created in the Shenandoah Valley.
Down below, your imagination will soar. Luray Caverns is the largest caverns in the eastern United States, yet walking through feels more akin to an unearthly experience. Visit Geology’s Hall of Fame. Guided tours along lighted, paved walkways lead visitors through cathedral-sized rooms with ceilings 10-stories high, towering stone formations, and natural wonders at every turn.
Just 75 miles from the bustle of Washington, D.C., Shenandoah National Park is your escape to recreation and re-creation. Cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, quiet wooded hollows—take a hike, meander along Skyline Drive, or picnic with the family. 200,000 acres of protected lands are haven to deer, songbirds, the night sky…and you.
Come witness the wonder of glassblowing and take home a magical memento of your stay in Staunton. “Watch Art Happen!”
Three screens in the heart of downtown Staunton, VA specializing in craft beer, good movies, and real butter. Voted “Best Movie Theater 2018” by Virginia Living Readers.
Come explore the life and times of President Woodrow Wilson in historic downtown Staunton, Virginia. Retrace the inspiring journey of our 28th President as you tour our galleries which explore Wilson's early years, his eventful presidency, suffrage, prohibition and World War I.