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Shenandoah Heritage Village at Luray Caverns

Shenandoah Heritage Village at Luray Caverns

Located on our grounds at Luray Caverns is the Shenandoah Heritage Village – a presentation of thematic elements celebrating our region's Shenandoah culture.  The complex has several 19th century structures, along with a main museum, the Luray Valley Museum, which...

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Car & Carriage Museum at Luray Caverns

Car & Carriage Museum at Luray Caverns

THE CAR & CARRIAGE CARAVAN MUSEUM at Luray Caverns, Virginia transports visitors through the fascinating story of roadway travel featuring over 140 items related to transportation and including 50 motorized vehicles beginning with simple wagons and coaches to the...

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Burgess’ Electric Bike Tours

Burgess’ Electric Bike Tours

Come experience the Shenandoah Valley like never before on an E-bike wine tasting tour!  Explore the rural roads and farmland and enjoy some of the best views and wine in the valley!  We take you on a leisurely 20-mile ride stopping at three of the area wineries along...

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The Pleasures of Page County

The Pleasures of Page County

Bounded by a national park on one side, a national forest on the other, with a historic river carving out the middle, Page County combines the best of Shenandoah Valley pastoral beauty with a thriving Downtown. Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce President Gina...

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Luray Caverns – A U.S. Natural Landmark

Luray Caverns – A U.S. Natural Landmark

Deep beneath Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, this U.S. Natural Landmark is the largest caverns in Eastern America and the most visited in the United States. From well-lighted, all- paved walkways and step-free access, explore cathedral-sized rooms with ceilings 10...

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Cooter’s in the Valley

Cooter’s in the Valley

Cooter’s in the Valley (Luray) is the newest location of the popular Cooter’s franchises. Long a “must-see” destination in Gatlinburg and Nashville, Tennessee, Cooter’s is a tribute to the beloved television series “The Dukes of Hazzard.” It features a “Dukes” shop, a...

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Town of Shenandoah

Town of Shenandoah

The Town of Shenandoah is a small, rural community of 2,335 citizens, nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Massanutten Ridge, along the banks of the Shenandoah River in Page County, Virginia. Shenandoah is only 25 miles from the City of Harrisonburg, an...

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Massanutten Country Corner

Massanutten Country Corner

Massanutten Country Corner features and sells Shenandoah Valley artisan products and operates a farmers market with local produce, honey, cider, jams and jellies from the surrounding area. We also carry beef, lamb, and dairy products. The Garden Shoppe has seasonal...

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Page Valley Arts Council

Page Valley Arts Council

The artists, artisans, writers, and performers in Page County seek to bring the arts to all members of our community and to transform Page County into an arts destination! They provide weekly demonstrations and workshops, free performances and events for the...

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