Harrisonburg is an independent city in the Shenandoah Valley region of the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 48,914, with a census-estimated 2016 population of 53,078. Harrisonburg is the county seat of the surrounding Rockingham County, although the two are separate jurisdictions. The Bureau of Economic Analysis combines the city of Harrisonburg with Rockingham County for statistical purposes into the Harrisonburg, Virginia Metropolitan Statistical Area, which has a 2011 estimated population of 126,562.
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4.5 based on 201 reviews
Parking is limited and confusing for someone that is not familiar with the area. There is alot of see at this place and we always enjoy stopping by. Dont forget your camera, its a lovely place to take photos.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
Discover the history, culture, and amenities that make Harrisonburg one of the Virginia's most visited cities at the Hardesty-Higgins House Visitor Center. Browse our library of brochures, maps, and travel resources for the areas best best place to explore, shop, dine, and recline. Exepreince what makes life better in the 'burg -plan your next adventure at the Hardesty-Higgins House Visitor Center. Awarded with the "2016 Virginia Green Travel Star Award"
This visitor center is the home to four different things. The mian thing is a visitor information center with brochures for the area as well as nearby regions of Virginia. When I was looking at the racks of flyers, a very nice lady came over...MoreThank you so much for stopping by. We are glad to hear you had a great experience.
5 based on 74 reviews
This park while fairly small has all sorts of activities to keep the little ones occupied. Older kids will think the park is cool but may not have as much to do. But elementary school kids and younger have all sorts of things to do. By the way, James Madison university arboretum is located right across the street. Which also has a nice trail and duckpond. The kids will like that a lot as well, no crossing the street can be difficult at times.
4.5 based on 371 reviews
White Oak Lavender is a year round agritourism venue. We make more than 100 products from the lavender. From Memorial Day to Labor day there are daily guided farm tours one hour after opening. Private tours and group experiences are available by reservation at any time of year. Classes, Events and Self Guided tours are offered year round. We have a Discovery Area that includes viewing our domestic farm animals. It is not an actual petting zoo but our animals do love people! We have alpaca, horses, miniature horses, sheep, goat, rabbits and free range exotic hens. We do have a small picnic area that is first come first serve. Our guests also enjoy our indoor wine tasting room and our lavender ice cream all year round! Fun for all ages and a variety of interests! 10:00 AM - 6 PM April -December CLOSE AT 5 PM Jan, Feb and March WE ARE CLOSED 3 DAYS PER YEAR: THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS, AND NEW YEARS! Thank you and we look forward to your visit!
We went for a wine tasting and a look around the area. The farm is very pretty and the shop is filled with their own lavender-based products. Good variety of wine, reasonably priced with options, all about $1 per wine sampled. It seems to be...MoreThank you for visiting the farm. It is true our current POS does not proccess AMEX. We are looking into new systems, so maybe we can do that in the future! Thank you for coming to our family farm.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Took a weekend trip to Harrisonburg to have some water park fun. We spent Friday afternoon here. Our children thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The children's museum is located in town which has an old fashioned feel. There was plenty of parking located near the museum and places to grab lunch. If your going to spend some time here over the weekend with kids this place should be on your list.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
The Commonwealth is proud to call the Virginia Quilt Museum its official quilt museum. Nestled in the heart of Harrisonburg's downtown historic district, the Museum is considered a resource center for the study of quilts and their place in the cultural lives of Virginians. The Museum offers rotating exhibits of antique and contemporary quilts from its collection, other institutions, and private collections. Additionally, the Museum works to further its educational mission by hosting workshops and lectures.
I accidentally stumbled upon this museum looking for something to do in Staunton. We were traveling via motorcycle from Florida to Maryland and had stopped for the night in Wytheville, VA. Thinking we were going to Staunton we ended up in Harrisonburg because I am a quilter and wanted to see this museum. My husband was able to get in free because he is a veteran. The 7 dollar admission fee was well worth it for me. They have a cute gift shop and friendly staff.
4 based on 120 reviews
Heritage Market is a collection of old style shops in a large warehouse building. Shop offerings range from a restaurant, antiques to local foods, and none really modern. The cafe was not really to our tastes but we browsed the shops and bought some buik foods and preserves. The Market may not be for everyone but it offers a brief experience with earlier times. When we are in the area, we do stop at a few favorite shops.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
First time on campus in several years and boy have they grown. Scenic campus in fall and the people are very friendly. A spirited bunch of football fans and sea of tailgating. Lots of fun and a nice bookstore too. Easy access to I 81
4.5 based on 62 reviews
There is, of course, produce and meat products, and plants and flowers but also several bakery vendors, and art and jewelry vendors. Several bakery items were absolutely delicious. We even ate barbeque from a local food truck. Friendly people and plenty of parking.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
A tour and hands-on experience of the lifestyle of past Mennonite and Brethern families in the valley. I had a lovely afternoon listening to the tour guides, seeing, and participating in chores required of families long ago. Would recommend a visit for any and all interested in learning such valuable tidbits of history, but would especially encourage our youth be given the opportunity to experience this bit of our past.
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