Originally opened in 1924, restored in 2005 and now reintroduced with a stylish renovation in 2018. Located in the center of Historic Downtown Staunton, we are conveniently located at the crossroads of I-81 & I-64. The Stonewall Jackson Hotel features an indoor heated pool, fitness center and a business center and showcases 8,500 square feet of meeting space with accommodations of up to 400. If you’re looking for a weekend getaway, a spot to view the fall foliage, a romantic wedding locale or the perfect setting for a meeting or conference, it’s only a short drive to Staunton’s only full service hotel. Located within walking distance of a myriad of delightful galleries, fine antique stores, artisan shops, Mary Baldwin College, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library, Frontier Culture Museum, the American Shakespeare Center and a variety of dining choices.
Two days. Eleven Routes. Hundreds of miles waiting for you! Perfectly suited for a wide range of cyclists: from motivated century riders to families with young children (and all levels in between), they offer well-marked courses with maps and cue sheets, plentiful rest stops with abundant snacks, a hearty lunch on Saturday and a brunch on Sunday, evening entertainment, and discounts to local attractions.For the past few years, this ride has annually attracted over 750 cyclists. Book your reservation now, this weekend will sell out fast. Also don't forget to register for the festival, which can be done here.
The American Shakespeare Center hosts an internationally acclaimed theatre company that performs Shakespeare's works under their original staging conditions -- on a simple stage, without elaborate sets, and with the audience sharing the same light as the actors. Your package includes two tickets to a performance, breakfast for two and overnight parking. For full schedule click Here
This year’s program is sure to dazzle, delight and astound you. Highlights include a staged presentation of Handel’s rarely-heard opera Hercules; world premieres by composers-in-residence; a day of Mozart, culminating with the Requiem on period instruments; music by everyone from Monteverdi to Gershwin and from Bach's Fifth Brandenburg to Stravinsky's Rite of Spring. With 30 concerts over 10 days, there is something for every music lover to enjoy