Southwest Blue Ridge Highlands Region

Attractions

Morgan-McClure Museum - Morgan-McClure Museum offers 15,000 square feet of exhibits that include the 1994 and 1995 Daytona 500 winners as well as numerous other racing related exhibits.

Wolf Creek Indian village and museum - Wolf Creek Indian village and museum offers you to experience a palisaded aboriginal village dating back 700+ years! The village was carefully excavated, mapped, and documented. It has been recreated so that you may experience the actual layout of the wigwams and palisade!

Historic Crab Orchard Museum - A pioneer settlement of furnished original log and stone dwellings introduces visitors to the cultural heritage of the middle Appalachians.  The Museum Center galleries show antique maps, mastodon remains, Cherokee objects, pioneer implements, the Civil War and coal mining, and the evolution of a contemporary mountain economy.


Beagle Ridge Herb Farm - Beagle Ridge Herb Farm offers you the opportunity to wander through their breathtaking gardens, hike the beautiful nature trails, or take one of their educational workshops and learn how to make soaps, gels, bath salts, and potpourris.

Blue Ridge Institute & Museum - For more than two decades Ferrum College's Blue Ridge Institute & Museum has documented, interpreted and presented the traditional life and culture of the Blue Ridge and its people. Designated the State Center for Blue Ridge Folklore by the Virginia General Assambly in 1986, the Institute promotes an understanding of regional folklore past and present for all ages.

A.P. Carter Museum - Since 1974, the Carter Music Center has presented programs of old time and bluegrass music every weekend. Formally established in 1979, the Center's objective is to promote old time music and pay tribute to the Original Carter Family (A.P., Sara, and Maybelle Carter).

      

    

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