"... an intangible something about the environment of Strasburg that sets it apart from most other communities. We have even heard visitors say, ... our town seems more like home to them than their home town itself."
- excerpt from the Strasburg News (May 10, 1917)
The book "50 Best Small Southern Towns" stated, "Strasburg is an enchanting village situated in a beautiful valley between
Massanutten Mountain and the Blue Ridge Mountains..."
Strasburg is a charming town, with Civil War and Revolutionary War history. Walk among the historic homes of the
town and tour nearby Belle Grove Plantation,
the Stonewall Jackson Museum,
and the Strasburg Museum.
Strasburg is the ideal location for a tour of the many Civil War battlefields in the area.
Only minutes away are the battlefields of Cedar Creek,
Toms Brook, and
Visitors will enjoy walking the streets of Strasburg. Print out a copy of our Walking Tour Brochure or
pick one at our many businesses.
Strasburg Walking Tour Brochure (pdf)
Walking Tour Brochure - Page 1
Walking Tour Brochure - Page 2
Walking Tour Brochure - Page 3
Walking Tour Brochure - Page 4
Straburg is also the "Antique Capital of Virginia." Visitors come from around the world to visit
The Strasburg Emporium.
Take a drive into the countryside and enjoy endless scenic vistas and some of the sixteen award-winning wineries tucked nearby
in the Shenandoah Valley.
For outdoor adventure, trek into the wilds of the
Shenandoah National Park
and Skyline Drive.
Enjoy the many hiking, canoeing, or horseback riding opportunities in Massanutten Mountain
nearby Fort Valley.
If your idea of outdoor fun includes a little white ball, we have six golf courses nearby waiting to challenge you!
Note: Half Moon Beach in Strasburg closed in 2008 and has not reopened.
StrasburgVA | Crossroad of History & Nature
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