24 South Market Street, Staunton, Virginia, United States
Nestled in Historic Downtown Staunton, Virginia in the heart of the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, our 124-room hotel captures the spirit, history and charm of the old South. Originally built in 1924 and a member of Historic Hotels of America, the Stonewall Jackson Hotel underwent a complete renovation in 2005 and has been lovingly restored to its original grandeur with modern amenities that now includes over 8,500 square feet of conference center space, a fully equipped fitness center along with an indoor heated pool. Get ready to make your own history at our unique Virginia gem and join us at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center
The Blackfriars Playhouse is the world’s only re-creation of Shakespeare’s indoor
theater. Open year-round for performances of Shakespeare and Renaissance
drama, called “shamelessly entertaining” by the Washington Post. Playhouse tours daily.
The Museum houses the permanent collection of work by renowned artist Patricia Buckley Moss. Main ﬂoor exhibition and tour, The Virginia Collection, religious works, and oil paintings in a modernist style.
Glass blowing and gift gallery in a wonderful historic building. Open 7 days a week with live glass blowing demonstrations daily (Including blowing your own Christmas Ornament!) One of a kind art pieces from vases to bird feeders.
“Jumbo” is a 1911 Robinson Chemical Fire Engine completely restored by the City of Staunton Volunteer Fire Department. It is the only surviving fire truck of its kind in existence. This truck was the first motorized fire truck of its kind to be used in the State of Virginia. The fire department itself is one of the oldest in the State, organized in 1790.
A sprawling 214 acre park that includes a public golf course, football and baseball stadiums, a gymnasium, a lake, two playgrounds, three youth baseball
fields, a public swimming pool, a volleyball court, horseshoe pits, tennis courts, the Gypsy Express Mini Train, the Duck Pond and a bandstand. Pavilions with modest outdoor cooking facilities and picnic tables are spread throughout the park. 1.3 mile circular roadway is a designated play street and is suitable for walkers, bicyclists and rollerblades.
A National Natural Landmark. Guided tours of America’s oldest show cave with hundreds of rare shield formations and Civil War signatures. Ranked #2 by Parade Magazine. Enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, and mini-golf.
Our taproom is a comfortable place to enjoy a pint, have a growler filled, or taste the array of styles offered. Currently we are offering seven beers on tap for sampling or taking home. Visit our Taproom page for information on the current offerings.
Historic Stuart Hall School is a college preparatory Episcopal school with campuses in Staunton and Verona, Virginia, offering a co-ed day program for grades K-12 and a boarding program for girls in grades 8-12 from across the United States and around the world.
Today's historic district features unique shops and outdoor cafés, small town heritage events, and unique outdoor attractions. Staunton became Virginia's first Main Street community to win a Great American Main Street Award presented by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Gypsy Hill Golf Course is an 18 hole, par 71 municipal golf club located in Gypsy Hill Park. Open to the public year-round. Over 20,000 rounds a year are played over its rolling hills. Yardage: blue tees 5,899. White tees 5,587. Red tees 4,436.Current golf fees and tournament schedules available on website
Discover historic Staunton, the Queen City of the Shenandoah Valley, on a free walking tour guided by Historic Staunton volunteers. Tours last two hours and trace Staunton’s development from frontier settlement to booming 19th century commercial center.
Hours: 10:00 am Sa (May-Oct.)
Guided trolley and walking tours of historic Staunton, including attractions and stories. Regular Saturday tours April through October, other times by appointment. Step-on guide service available. Auto tours by arrangement.