The oldest church in Staunton, this historic church was founded in 1746. The present church, a distinguished example of early Gothic Revival architecture, was begun in 1855 and it boasts an extraordinary collection of stained glass windows, including many by Tiffany Studios.
This museum houses a 1911 Robinson Chemical Fire Engine, the only surviving fire truck of its kind in existence that 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, and the museum also contains a collection of fire service items, some from the Civil War era.
One of the few original Presidential birthplaces open to the public, this property offers an authentic picture of family life in the pre-Civil War Shenandoah Valley. Adjacent to the birthplace is the nation's only gallery museum featuring the life and times of this remarkable leader and the research archives are open to the public by appointment.
Visit this beautiful and serene farm and meet the many alpacas who reside here. The farm is strictly hands-on and it breeds and raises alpacas, as well as offers wholesale of Alpacas fiber.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Virginia Landmarks Register, and the Virginia Civil War Trails Location, this historic house dates back to the early 19th century and it is the oldest surviving wood structure in Waynesboro. This historic house sat between the battle lines of the Battle of Waynesboro and maps are available that feature the battlefield location of various military units involved. Exhibits inside the home include artifacts derived from excavations on site.
Romp n' Roll offers a huge variety of fun kids classes. They offer age-specific kids gym classes, art class, music class and more for babies, toddlers, and preschool-aged children. Check out their \"Open Gym\" times where they do away with class structure and offer unstructured indoor play for kids. And, on the weekends they turn into a party place for kids. Private and personalized birthday parties for children is their specialty.
Located beside Dayton Learning Center, Skyline Literacy's goal is to enhance the functional literacy skills for adults of the Shenandoah Valley.