Lynchburg

Lynchburg Regional Convention and Visitors' Bureau

Open daily 9 am-5 pm
216 12th Street Bateau Landing
(434) 847-1811
(800) 732 5821
www.lynchburgchamber.org

Self-guiding, walking, and driving tours of Lynchburg's historic areas are available from the visitors' bureau.

 

Point of Honor c 1815

Open daily 10 am-4 pm
112 Cabell Street
(434) 847-1459
www.pointofhonor.org

Built by Patrick Henry's physician, Dr. George Cabell, Sr., this restored 19th century Federal-style mansion serves as a major landmark in Lynchburg. The name Point of Honor possibly derives from its prominent location as a favored dueling site. It is a lovely example of Piedmont Virginia Federal Architecture. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year's Day. Admission. Museum Shop.

 

Monument Terrace

901 Church Street, downtown Lynchburg

Commemorates all wars from the Civil War to Vietnam. At the base of Church Street stands the Doughboy statue by noted scpptor Charles Keck, and markers line the 129 steps up to Court Street at the top. Currently being restored.

 

Lynchburg Museum at Old Courthouse

Open daily 10 am-4 pm
901 Court Street (at top of Monument Terrace)
(434) 847-1459
www.lynchburgmuseum.org

The center of the Lynchburg Museum System houses several exhibits documenting the city's history through successive periods, transitioning from tobacco trading center to modern industrial city. Thanks to restorative efforts, the Husting's Courtroom, located in downtown Lynchburg, is once again in it's original 1855 condition. Exhibits include artifacts from the native Monacan tribes who inhabited the banks of the James River, Quaker relics and Civil War memorabilia. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year's Day.

 

Old City Cemetery, Confederate Cemetery and Arboretum

Free - open daily dawn to dusk
Fourth and Taylor Streets
(434) 847-1465
www.gravegarden.org

This 200-year-old Virginia historic landmark with a 26-acre garden cemetery is on the National Register of Historic Places. Included are 4 small museums and a confederate cemetery. Many of Lynchburg's earliest dwellers as well as 2,200 confederate soldiers from 14 different states are buried in this cemetery off Fifth Street. A monument dedicated to the 99 soldiers who died of small pox during the Civil War stands at the entrance to the Confederate Section of the cemetery.

The Pest House Medical Museum depicts conditions in Lynchburg's House of Pestilence during the Civil War. Interior tours of Pest House are by appointment only.

The Cemetery Center, which houses the offices of the Southern Memorial Association and the Old City Cemetery, features antique mourning items, a small gift shop and restrooms. The Center is closed on Sundays during the winter (usually November through mid-March).

 

Amazement Square - The Rightmire Children's Museum

Open 10 am- 5 pm Tuesday-Saturday, 1 am-5 pm Sunday
27 Ninth Street (near the James River)
(434) 845-1888
www.amazementsquare.org

Central Virginia's first hands-on children's museum. Four floors of fun and interactive exhibits- global and regional topics, the arts and humanities, history, cpture, science, health and technology. Admission - $5.50, under 2 free.

 

The Legacy Museum of African American History

Open 12-4 pm Thursday-Saturday 2-4 pm Sunday
403 Monroe Street

The museum locates, collects preserves, and houses historical artifacts relating to significant contributions of the African-American community in Lynchburg. The galleries feature rotating exhibits of the history of African-Americans in Southwest Virginia. Guided and self-guiding tours are available. Food is available.

 

Anne Spencer House and Garden

Garden open 10 am-4 pm Monday-Saturday
House open by Appointment
1313 Pierce Street
(434) 384-3963 or 846-0517
www.lynchburgbiz.com/anne_spencer

An internationally acclaimed poet and part of the Harlem Renaissance, Anne Spencer is the only Virginian included in the Norton Anthology of British and American Poetry.

 

Lynchburg Community Market

Open 7 am-2 pm Monday-Saturday
12th & Main Street
(434) 847-1499
www.lynchburgmarket.com

The market has been operating year-round since 1783 and features food stalls, craft shows, music competitions, special events, and every Friday and Saturday morning showcases the farmer's market. Closed on Sunday.

 

Academy of Fine Arts

www.academyfinearts.comwww.academyfinearts.com

The Academy of Fine Arts is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting and presenting the visual and performing arts, while creating opportunities for arts education. These functions will be centered in the Academy of Fine Arts complex, anchored by the historic Academy of Music Theatre.

 

Riverside Park

Open dawn to dusk

Located off Rivermont Avenue, the park is home to two major pieces of history. Built in 1791, the Miller-Claytor House has been standing in the park since its restoration and move. One of the first houses built in Lynchburg, it stands as one of the oldest buildings in the city. The Miller-Claytor House is rumored to be where Thomas Jefferson ate a tomato to prove it was non-poisonous. Not open to the public. The keel of the packet boat Marshall is also located in Riverside Park.The Marshall is long remembered for carrying Stonewall Jackson's remains to Lexington for burial in 1863 .

 

Maier Museum of Art

Open Tuesday-Sunday 1-5 pm
At Randolph Macon Woman's College 1 Quinlan Street (off Rivermont Avenue)
(434) 947-8136
www.maiermuseum.rmwc.edu

A fine collection of 19 th and 20 th century American art, which the college began collecting in 1920. The collection includes works by American artist George Bellow, Georgia O'Keefe, Robert Henri and includes a fpl-length portrait of Anna Hyatt Huntington, scpptress and patroness of South Carolina's Brookgreen Gardens. The building was originally built to protect and house works evacuated from the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. during World War II.

 

Fort Early

Dawn to dusk
Memorial and Fort Avenues
(434) 847-1811

Built as a series of forts in 1863, this is one of the earthworks that anchored the outer defense line during the Civil War. Interpretive maps and displays are located on the grounds. Free.

 

Historic Sandusky

757 Sandusky Drive
www.historicsandusky.org

1808 Federal-style house that Union General Hunter used as headquarters after arriving in Lynchburg on June 17, 1864. A Civil War Trails driving tour tape or CD of Lynchburg sites is available for purchase at Ivy Creek Farm B&B as well as other places in town. The house is undergoing restoration.

 

Quaker South River Meeting House

Open daily 8:30 am-3:30 pm
Fort Avenue
(434) 239-2548

Restored and now part of the Quaker Memorial Church, the meeting house stands as Lynchburg's first house of worship.

 

Lynchburg Historic District

Guided Tours available (434) 846-1868

Downtown Lynchburg is home to several historic neighborhoods. Historic District maps with walking/driving tours also of Bedford, Appomattox and Sweet Briar College.

 

The Freeman House

Located on Main Street, the Freeman House is the birthplace of Ppitzer Prize winner Douglas Southall Freeman.

 

Daura Gallery

Open Academic Year 9am to 2pm Mon-Fri, Sun 1 to 5pm Summer hours by appointment. Lynchburg College 1501 Lakeside Drive (434) 544-8343 www.Lynchburg.edu/daura

The art gallery at Lynchburg College was established in 1974 and dedicated in 1990 as the Daura Gallery in memory of Pierre and Louise Blair Daura. Since then, the Gallery has expanded its facilities and collection through the generosity of their daughter, Martha Randolph Daura. The collection now includes more than 1,000 paintings, drawings, prints, and scppture by the Catalan-American artist Pierre Daura, in addition to many works by other American and Virginia artists. Admission is free.

 

Lynchburg Fine Arts Center

(434) 846-3804
For kids' stuff tickets: (434) 846-8451

The Center provides a variety of exceptional performances in music, dance and theatre throughout the year. The Fine Arts Center also provides two galleries free to the public which showcase various exhibits throughout the year.

 

Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra

(434) 845-6604
www.lynchburgva.com/symphony

The Symphony performs seven engaging concerts during the year for audiences.

 

Rise Up Climbing
Try indoor rock/wall climbing right here in Lynchburg at Rise Up Climbing!
www.riseupclimbing.comriseupclimbing.com

Historical

Thomas Jefferson"s Poplar Forest

Open 10 am-4 pm April-November
(20 minute drive from Lynchburg )
Tours year round by appointment
(434) 525-1806
www.poplarforest.org

Just on the outskirts west of Lynchburg is Thomas Jefferson"s plantation, Poplar Forest. In contrast to his more public home, Monticello, Poplar Forest is regarded as his private retreat. Poplar Forest is a superb example of Jefferson"s mature use of the Palladian style of architecture and is one of the first octagonal residences in the country and Jefferson"s final architectural work. Extensive research and restoration of both the building and grounds began in 1984 and is ongoing. Located off SR 460, n. on SR 811, then e on SR 661.

 

Appomattox Court House - National Historical Park

Open 8:30 am-5 pm daily
(30 minute drive from Lynchburg)
(434) 352-8987
appomattoxcourthouse.areaparks.com

Directly east of Lynchburg, the Appomattox Court House marks the s ite of General Robert E. Lee"s Surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia to General pysses S. Grant, April 1865. Visitors can tour the village while uniformed park rangers or interpreters in period dress answer questions and give information about what took place on this land.

 

National D-Day Memorial

Open 10 am-5 pm daily
Bedford, Virginia (30 minute drive west from Lynchburg)
(434) 586-3329
(800) 351-DDAY
www.dday.org

The site of the National D-day Memorial, Bedford is west of Lynchburg, not far past the town of Forest and Thomas Jefferson"s Poplar Forest. On the D-Day landing of the beaches of Normandy, the little town of Bedford lost more men per capita than any other city in the United States.

 

Amherst County Historical Museum.

Tuesday-Saturday 9 am-4:30 pm
(434) 946-9068

Two rooms of exhibits are located in the museum set up in the former Wood Home. Along with a reference library of family and Virginia history, a reconstructed log cabin schoolhouse is also on the grounds. Closed on all major holidays.

 

Avoca Museum and Historical Society.

Open mid-April–October Thursday-Saturday 11 am-3 pm Sunday 1:30-4:30 pm
www.avocamuseum.org

Located just south of Lynchburg in Altavista, the Avoca Museum marks both the home and burial site of Colonel Charles Lynch, Patriot of the Revolutionary War. Open Mid-April through October. Group tours year-round by appointment.

Outdoor

Blackwater Creek Trail
Take one of our bicycles and explore the lovely Blackwater Creek Trail, just blocks from us.
www.lynchburgva.gov/blackwater-creek-bikeway

 

The Blue Ridge Parkway

(30 minute drive west from Lynchburg)
www.blueridgeparkway.org

Ranked "America"s most scenic drive" by leading travel writers, the Blue Ridge Parkway is one of the most breathtakingly beautifp sites in Virginia. Hiking, picnicking and camping invite visitors year-round to this poppar stop just twenty minutes from Lynchburg. Extending from the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia to the Great Smoky Mountain Park in North Carolina and Tennessee, the parkway"s 469 toll-free miles average heights of 3,000 feet. Ranked as America"s most scenic drives and is an easy drive from Lynchburg.

 

Appalachian Trail

www.appalachiantrail.org

This footpath running nearly 2,000 miles from Springer Mountain, Georgia to Mt. Katahdin, Maine is a perfect spot for a day of hiking and exploring. Visitors to the trail can pick it up directly off the Blue Ridge Parkway or at other points just outside Lynchburg.

 

Peaks of Otter

www.ci.bedford.va.us/peaksf.shtml

For an exhilarating hike, two of the most poppar trails are Sharp Top and Flat Top. Both can be easily accessed from the Blue Ridge Parkway west of Lynchburg.

 

Crabtree Falls

www.crabtreefalls.com/about.htm

Located in Nelson County, Crabtree Falls with its five cascades is one of many beautifp sites this region has to offer. The area serves well as a day-trip for hiking and picnicking.

 

Natural Bridge

Open daily 8 am-until dark
www.naturalbridgeva.com

Located just fifteen minutes off the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Natural Bridge in Shenandoah Valley combines one of the natural wonders of the world along with the Cedar Creek Trail, and the Natural Bridge Caverns. Purchased from King George III by Thomas Jefferson, the Natural Bridge rising up to heights of 215 feet is a must-see for any nature lover. The nightly presentation of the Drama of Creation is shown beneath the bridge at 9pm. Along the Cedar Creek Trail, explorers can find rivers, waterfalls, caves, and a variety of plants and wildlife. The Natural Bridge Caverns which include the east coast's"s deepest commercial cave are also found on the grounds. Forty-five minute tours are given through the spectacpar caverns.

Nearby Towns

Charlottesville, Virginia

(One hour drive northeast from Lynchburg)

A small cosmopolitan city whose notable sites include the University of Virginia and Monticello, both creations of Thomas Jefferson, America"s Third President and the author of the declaration of Independence.

 

Lexington, Virginia

(One hour drive northwest from Lynchburg)

This quintessential and charming Virginia town is home to two universities, Washington and Lee University and Virginia Military Institute. VMI shares honors with the Citadel in Charleston, South Caroline as a prestigious military college of the South. During the Civil War, the Union General Hunter burned VMI to the ground. Longtime bastions of male only education, VMI and W&L both now also admit women. The Virginia Horse Institute is located just on the outskirts of Lexington and hosts a variety of equestrian events throughout the year.

 

Smith Mountain Lake

(800) 676-8203.

Boating, fishing, swimming and camping are all available at this 40 mile long recreational area.

 

Wintergreen

(434)325-2200
http://www.wintergreenresort.com/

Called "the South"s single best ski resort" by Skiing Magazine, Wintergreen is located high in the Blue Ridge Mountains just an hours drive from Lynchburg. Wintergreen offers both day and night skiing and snowboarding on 17 slopes and trails as well as horseback riding and golf. Open for skiing/snowboarding Dec.-March. Horseback riding and golf offered year-round.

Restaurants

Dish
(downtown-15 minutes)

1120 Main Street
Lynchburg, VA 24505
(434) 528-0070
www.dishsmallplates.com

Lunch Tue-Sat 11:30am-2:00pm,
Dinner Mon 5:30-9:30pm, Tue-Thur 5:00-9:30pm, Fri-Sat 5:00-10:00pm

Tapas or small plates, cheese plate, daily specials, wine and beer in this downtown urban style restaurant are as varied as they are excellent.

 

Isabella's Italian Trattoria

Boonsboro Shopping Center
4925 Boonsboro Rd
(434) 385-1660
www.isabellasitalian.com
Lunch: Tue-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm
Dinner: Tue-Thurs 5:00-9:00pm; Fri-Sat 5:00pm-10pm
Sun brunch 11am-2pm

Isabella’s new décor offers a comfortable, yet contemporary, dining experience. Isabella’s menu focuses on the flavors of northern Italy and features brick oven pizzas, and nightly specials of local seasonal ingredients. Dining choices include casual bar dining, patio dining, casual café dining, and semi- private and private dining for groups.

 

King's Island Restaurant

2804 Old Forest Road
(434) 384-0066
Mon-Sun 11:30am-10pm

Chinese-Polynesian-American Cuisine-Japanese Sushi Bar.

 

Mangia

2496 Rivermont Ave
Italian and Wine Bar
(434) 528- 0070
Lunch: Mon-Sat 11:30am -5pm
Dinner: Mon-Sat 5pm-10pm
Lounge closes at 1am Fri & Sat
Sunday Brunch: 11:30am-3pm
www.mangiaontheavenue.com

The rustic Italian fare, extensive wine list, local artwork and convivial setting inspire a family style dining experience that is luscious and relaxed. The chalkboard changes daily with local and organic specials or Italian classics.

 

The Millstone Tea Room
(30 Minutes)

9058 Big Island Highway
Route 122, Bedford, VA
1(540) 587-7100
www.millstonetearoom.com
Tue-Sat dinner at 5:30pm Fri-Sun Lunch/brunch 11:30am -2pm (Call for winter schedule Jan-March)

Located near the Blue Ridge Parkway, this intimate forty seat dining room offers the absolute freshest fish and seafood, pasture-fed meats and seasonal produce from the kitchen gardens behind the restaurant. The nightly wine list feature approachable, drinkable wines by the glass or bottle. (non-smoking)

 

Bedford Avenue Meat Shop

2302 Bedford Avenue
Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm
www.bedfordavemeatshop.com

Bedford Avenue Meat Shop is a specialty butcher and food shop offering all-natural meats, cheeses, ingredients and imported items, as well as complete meals already cooked to pick up and serve.

 

Blue Marlin Seafood Market

2223 Bedford Ave
(434) 846-1600
www.lynchburgseafood.com
Tue-Fri 10:00am-7:00pm, Sat 9:00am-5:00pm

Full Service Seafood Market & Deli - Largest selection of fresh fish & seafood in the Lynchburg area, Deli features homemade crabcakes, shrimp salad, key lime pie, & LUNCH DAILY

 

Cavalier Restaurant

2920 Rivermont Avenue
(434) 845 3837
Mon.-Sat. 10am-10pm

Local favorite for burgers, fries with special sauce, hot dogs, beer plus a pool table.

 

The Dahlia

2231 Bedford Ave
Tue-Sat 11am - 10pm

The menu at the Dahlia ranges from "pub food" to seafood from the Blue Marlin just up the street.

 

Drowsy Poet

Given's Bookstore at 2236 Lakeside Drive
(434) 385-4505
Mon.-Fri. 7:30am-10pm, Sat 9am-9pm
Closed Sunday

Specialty coffee and pastries, sandwiches, lunch entrees

 

The Farm Basket

2008 Langhorne Road
(434)528-1107
Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm
www.thefarmbasket.com

The Farm Basket will surprise you with their tantalizing menu of fresh homemade sandwiches and desserts. Enjoy delicious homemade breads, chicken salad, sliced cucumbers on dill, lemon bread and cream cheese, and daily specials on the menu at this eclectic lunch spot in the shop or to go!

 

Magnolia Foods

2476 Rivermont Avenue
(434) 528-5442
Mon.-Fri. 9am-7pm, Sat. 11am-5pm
Closed Sunday
www.magnoliafoods.com

Lynchburg's premier gourmet deli, specialty food, and wine shop, this unique eatery offers delicious sandwiches, dinners to go, fabulous cappuccino brownies, wedding cakes, salads, and desserts, all served in a casual setting.

 

Montana Plains Bakery

4925 Boonsboro Rd
(434) 384-1779

 

Rivermont Pizza

2496 Rivermont Avenue
Norfolk Avenue and Rivermont
(434) 846-2877
Lunch Tues-Sat 11am to 3pm
Dinner Tues-Thurs from 5pm to 10pm with later hours on Friday and Saturday, from 5pm to Midnight.

Lynchburg's best beer, wine, wood-fired brick oven pizzas, gourmet food, and live music... all under one roof! Rivermont Bistro and Vines Beer and Wine Shop are upstairs. (Non-smoking)

 

The Good Cherry Coffee & Tea

14805 Forest Rd
Forest, VA
(434) 525-1333
Fax: (434) 525-1338

 

White Hart Café

1208 Main St
(434) 455-1659

 

Bull Branch
(downtown)

109 11 th Street
(434) 847-8477
Tues.-Sat. 6pm-2 am

Hot spot for the 30 something crowd- art deco bar with eclectic menu.

 

The Depot Grille
(downtown)

10 Ninth Street
(434) 846-4464
Mon-Thu 11am-10pm Fri-Sat 11am-11pm Sun 11am-9pm

American grille food served in the former N&W railroad freight depot between the James River, active railroad tracks and the abandoned canal. Two attached freight cars were converted to The Depot Grille's kitchen. The bar is from a pharmacy and the booths are church pews from an old church. Offerings include soups, salads, sandwiches and "lite" bites, pasta, seafood, steaks, chicken and more.

 

Milan Indian Cuisine

2124 Wards Road
(434) 237-7990
Lunch: Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm Sat-Sun 12 noon-3pm
Dinner: Sun-Thu 5-10pm Fri & Sat 5-10:30pm

Milan offers a richly varied menu of fresh natural ingredients, wholesome sauces and flavorful spices. Mild, medium, hot or Indian hot, Milan prepares each dish with freshly ground herbs and spices to suit your taste. Lunch buffet 7 days a week. Take out and catering available.

 

Shoemakers Fine Dining
(downtown)

1312 Commerce Street
(434) 455-1510
www.shoemakersdining.com
Mon.-Sat. 5:00-10:00pm
Lounge open at 4:30

Housed in the Craddock Terry Hotel, Shoemakers' menu features steaks and fresh seafood combined with locally grown organic ingredients prepared by chefs in an open finish kitchen. The bar and lounge offer cocktails or wine. An open-air courtyard overlooking the river offers al fresco dining in season.

 

Thai 99

21 Wadsworth St. #100
(434) 518-2855

Authentic Thai Cuisine and other Asian dishes in a casual atmosphere.

 

Waterstone
(downtown)

1312 Commerce Street
(434) 455-1515
www.waterstonedining.com
Sun to Thurs 11:00am to 10:00pm
Fri & Sat 11:00am to 11:00pm

The menu includes a variety of delicious, thin crust pizzas made to order in the brick ovens, market fresh salads, as well as grilled Panini and focaccia sandwiches made with restaurant’s own freshly baked bread. Wine is available by the glass or bottle, and the Jefferson Street Brewery, also within Bluffwalk Center, provides on-tap beer from their micro-brewery.

 

Babcock House B&B

250 Oakleigh Avenue
Appomattox, VA
(800) 689- 6208
www.babcockhouse.com
Lunch Open to the public Tue-Fri&Sun,
Candlelight dinner Tue-Sat by reservation only

Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn and Restaurant offering elegant dining in an informal atmosphere near Appomattox Court House surrender site which ended the Civil War.

 

New London Steakhouse

4312 New London Rd, Forest
(434) 525-3826
Wed.-Sat 5-10pm, Sun. 5-9:30pm

This steakhouse specializes in delicious prime rib, mouthwatering steaks, barbecue ribs, and steamed spiced shrimp, all served in a great casual atmosphere. Reservations are accepted on Friday and Saturday evenings.

 

Thai Siam Take Out
(Eat In/Carry Out)

Authentic Thai Cuisine
Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m
434-263-7938
4137 Tye Brook Highway, i.e., Rt 56
Colleen, VA 22922

[Take Rt 29 north from Lynchburg; turn left on Rt. 56 in Colleen, go 0.8 mile, on right]

 

Duchess of Bedford Bakery & Olde Shoppe

405 Crenshaw (Rt. 122)
Bedford, VA 24523
(540) 587-8777

 

Bedford Social Club

124 South Bridge Street
Bedford, VA 24523
www.bedfordsocialclub.com
(540) 586-9454

Shopping

Boonsboro Shopping Center

Cpina (source for serious cooks, Jasmine (women's clothing), Montana Plains Bakery, R. Coffee, Ltd. (men's clothier), Silver Thistle (china antiques, etc.), Starbucks, Talbot's, The Pheasant's Eye and more located on Boonsboro Road

 

The Farm Basket

Fine foods, fine crafts, fine gifts
2008 Langhorne Road
(434) 528-1107

 

Basket Case

2909 Old Forest Rd.
(434) 384-2900
www.designergiftbaskets.com

 

Magnolia Foods

Specialty food and wine shop
2476 Rivermont Avenue
(434) 528-5442
www.magnoliafoods.com

 

Little Dickens/Givens Books

Lynchburg's oldest bookstore and specialty toy store
2236 Lakeside Drive
(434) 385-5027
www.givensbooks.com

 

Moyanne

2711 Rivermont Avenue
Shop: (434) 384-6127 | Studio: (434) 384-6844
www.moyanne.com

 

Frankie and Millie

Located in Peakland Crossing
4327 Boonsboro Road
(434) 384-5006
www.frankieandmillie.com

 

A Little French

Located in Peakland Crossing
4327 Boonsboro Road
Phone: (434) 384-3333 | Fax: (434) 384-3329
www.alittlefrench.net

 

Lorraine Bakery

Community Market
Wednesday 10 am-2 pm
Saturday 7:30 am-12 pm
(434) 845-5538

Galleries and Art

Academy of Fine Arts

600 Main St
Lynchburg, VA
(434) 528-3256

 

Avenue Arts Studio Gallery

1206 Rivermont Avenue
Lynchburg, VA
(434) 841-6831

Artifacts Gallery

4327 Boonsboro Rd
Lynchburg, VA
(434) 384-3644

 

Beeswax Candle Co.

109 13th Street
Lynchburg, VA
(434) 846-0096

 

Blackwater Creek Gallery

845 Belmont St
Lynchburg, VA
(434) 846-0403

The Dancing Leaf Florist and Gallery

409 5th St
Lynchburg, VA
(434) 528-4940

James River Framing & Art

1024 Main St
(434) 846-0096

 

The Firehouse

1210 Rivermont Ave
Lynchburg, VA

The Lynchburg Art Club, Inc

1011 Rivermont Avenue
(434) 528-9434

 

Melinda's

1019 Church Street
Lynchburg, VA
(434)528-1329

 

Riverviews Artist's Co-Op Gallery

901 Jefferson St
(434) 528-1677

 

Gallery 720

2501 Rivermont Ave
(434) 847-0745

 

Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College

1 Quinlan St
(434) 947-8136

 

Framery

2703 Memorial Ave
(434) 846-2844

 

Daura Gallery

1501 Lakeside Dr
(434) 544-8343

 

Studio Gallery

1219 Main St
434-528-3055

Antiques

Antiques to Envy

Hwy 29, Ward's Road
5 miles south of the Lynchburg Airport
(434) 821-3771

 

Enchanted

Antiques, linens, and china. Located on Lower Main Street across from the Community Farmer's Market.

1204 Main Street
Lynchburg, VA 24504-1818
434-846-5580

 

James River Antiques of Lynchburg

503 Clay Street
Lynchburg, VA 24504
434-528-1960

 

Peddlers Antique Mall

1165 Burnbridge Road
Forest, VA 24551
434-525-6030

 

Portobello Road Inc

14880 Forest Road
Forest, VA 24551-5008
434-525-1665  

 

Sweeney's Curious Goods

1220 Main Street
Lynchburg, VA 24504-1818
434-846-7839

 

Status Symbol Antiques at Wyndhurst

110 Hexham Drive
Lynchburg, VA 24502
434-237-8500

 

Silver Thistle

4925 Boonsboro Road
(434) 374-3882

Golf

Oakwood Country Club

(434) 384-9197

 

Boonsboro Country Club

(434) 384-2111

 

Peak's Par 3 Golf Course

PO Box 425
Lynchburg, Va 24505
(434) 528-3458

 

Cedar Hills Golf Club

Wards Rd.
Lynchburg, VA 24502
(434) 239-1512

 

Putt Putt Golf & Games

8105 Timberlake Rd.
Lynchburg, VA 24502
(434) 237-7888

 

Colonial Hills Golf Club

1990 Gumtree Rd.
Forest, VA 24551
(434) 525-3954

Poplar Forest Golf Course

960 Ramblewood Rd.
Forest VA 24551
(434) 525-0473

 

Ivy Hill Golf Club

1327 Ivy Hill Dr.
Forest VA 24551
(434) 525-2680

 

London Downs Golf Club

1400 New London Rd.
Forest VA 24551
(434) 525-4653

 

Shadow Ridge Golf Course

361 Pierces Mill Rd.
Amherst, VA 24521

Spas

Anthony & Company Salon

701 Church Street
Lynchburg, VA 24504
434-846-2232

 

Billy Shears on the Avenue

2488 Rivermont Avenue
Lynchburg, VA 24503
434-845-6061

 

Body Works Day Spa & Salon

4925 Boonsboro Road, Boonsboro Shopping Center
(434)384-9053

 

Massage Therapy Associates

1324 Church Street
Lynchburg, VA 24504-4604
434-845-1541

 

A Matter of Touch Wholistic Bodyworks

311 Rivermont Avenue
Lynchburg, VA 24504
434-237-6664

 

Telitha the Spa

Located at Peakland Crossing
4327 Boonboro Rd
Lynchburg, VA 24503-2307
434-384-7722

 

The Spa

4209 Rivermont Avenue
Lynchburg, VA 24503
434-384-1010

 

The Spa and Salon at Acorn Hill

2134 Old Forest Road
Lynchburg, VA
(434) 847-0000