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Recognized as one of the Best Small Cities in America, Lynchburg, Virginia truly has something for everyone. Whether you are searching for an afternoon filled with family-fun, a spur-of-the-moment adventure on one of its scenic 40 miles of trails, or a deep dive into our local and national history, it is all available for you to explore right within our Central Virginia region. Get to know the wonderful attractions our area has to offer.

Family Fun

Amazement Square-An award-winning four story interactive children’s museum. Learn More 

The Nature Zone-A wildlife exhibit where you can get to know local critters up-close. Learn More.

Riverside Park Sprayground-A public sprayground perfect for kids. Learn More.

Miller Park Pool- A public pool for all ages. Learn More

Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre- One of the nation’s first and only year-round artificial ski, snowboard and tubing slopes. Learn More

SeaQuest- An interactive indoor aquarium and petting zoo. Learn More

Jump! Indoor Trampoline Park- A 10,000 square foot indoor trampoline park with numerous activities. Learn More

HISTORICAL

Appomattox Court House- The site of the end of the American Civil War. Learn More

American Civil War Museum- A museum dedicated to the stories behind the American Civil War, filled with artifacts, images, and documents. Learn More

Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest- The secluded retreat of Third United States President and author of The Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson. Learn More

Patrick Henry’s Redhill- The home and burial site of famed “give me liberty or give me death” patriot and Virginia governor, Patrick Henry. Learn More

The National D-Day Memorial- A moving memorial dedicated to those lost at D-Day. Learn More

The Lynchburg Museum- Lynchburg’s local museum located inside the historic Old Court House. Learn More

Point of Honor- A historical home that has been passed down through seven generations of noteworthy Lynchburg families. Learn More

Miller Claytor Home- Lynchburg’s last remaining 18th-century home. Learn More

Anne Spencer’s Home and Gardens- Home of the Internationally-acclaimed poet, Anne Spencer. Learn More

Events and Recreation

Lynchburg Tourism- The Official Tourism site for Lynchburg, Virginia. Learn More

Lynchburg Community Market- The third oldest farmers market in the United States. Learn More

Academy Center of the Arts- A beautifully restored theater house offering top-notch events. Learn More

Lynchburg Parks and Recreation- The official site for Lynchburg Parks and Recreation. Learn More

New in Lynchburg- A resource for events and things to do. Learn More

Maier Museum- An American art museum offering collections and lectures. Learn More

Riverviews Artspace- a collective art museum featuring local artists. Learn More

Bank of the James Stadium- Home of Lynchburg’s Minor League Baseball Team, The Hillcats. Learn More

Nature

The Blue Ridge Parkway- A National treasure known for its stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Learn More

Peaks of Otter- A majestic and historical mountain located on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Learn More