Sleep Inn & Suites
5094 State Park Rd.
Dublin, VA 24084
Phone: (540) 674-4099
Fax: (540) 674-2874
5094 State Park Rd., Dublin, VA, US, 24084
- Phone: (540) 674-4099
- Fax: (540) 674-2874
Arts & Museums
Founded to foster and furnish activities, programs, and facilities that increase the understanding and enjoyment of the fine arts, this center offers a wide range of exhibitions, poetry and literary readings, musical programs, and lectures.
Housed in the Pulaski Railway Station, which was constructed in 1886, this museum contains exhibits that depict the history and culture of the Pulaski area, including historic photographs, items from the founding industries and the Town's railroad past, newspapers chronicling important events locally and nationally, and a model railroad display.
Focus on the history of Southwestern Virginia, especially Montgomery County, is featured at this museum which contains a wide variety of historic and contemporary art, particularly that of primitive American folk artist Lewis Miller. The building the museum is situated in was constructed prior to 1850 and used as a manse for the Presbyterian Church of Christiansburg.
This rotating gallery provides opportunities for local artists to share creative offerings to the community and the service of worship. Gallery hours: Sundays 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. The gallery is also open Sundays during the 11 a.m. worship service or by appointment through the church office.
A broad spectrum of art exhibitions and programs that are designed to enrich the cultural life of Virginia Tech students and the university community are featured at this gallery that shows a variety of media and styles by local and regional artists, as well as those of national and international reputation
Well known for displaying works of art by regional artists, this gallery also hosts the Annual Artstravaganza exhibit and auction.
A not-for-profit gallery which displays the works of local artists from the Roanoke and New River Valleys.