I-81 Exit 298 and 296
We invite you to “Discover the Different Sides of Strasburg!”
When you arrive in Strasburg, you’ll find a charming town filled with friendly folks who are eager to welcome you to their beautiful Shenandoah Valley backdrop. If you look a little closer, you’ll experience rich history, outdoor adventure, and great local food and craft beer.
Whether you’re strolling through the 90 antique vendors of the Strasburg Emporium or taking a self-guided tour of its contemporary murals, artisanal talent and passion are at the heart of the community. Historically known as “Pot Town” for the popular styles of pottery manufactured there, Strasburg has a well-known, established and rapidly growing grassroots art culture.
The community is home to two downtown breweries, a hand-churned ice cream shoppe, vintage boutiques, coffee shops, bakeries, unique restaurants, museums and more. We welcome you to relax and unwind for the weekend and take advantage of the overnight experience. We offer traditional hotel lodging, Holliday House B&B right on Main Street, Hopewell Bike & Bed, and the historic Hotel Strasburg, built in 1902, which served as a hospital during the Civil War.
Only 80 miles from Washington D.C., Strasburg is the perfect stop to begin your experience of the world-renown and breathtaking Shenandoah Valley. We invite you to “Discover the Different Sides of Strasburg” and visit our knowledgeable and helpful Visitor Center staff at 33229 Old Valley Pike, Strasburg, VA 22657.
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