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American Shakespeare Center/Blackfriars Playhouse

Home of the Blackfriars Playhouse – the world’s only re-creation of Shakespeare’s indoor theatre
10 S. Market St.
(540) 851-1733

Biteseeing Staunton Dinner Tours

Ideal for visitors and locals looking to explore the charming Queen City. Our guided, walking, food tours take you on a culinary journey as you delve into the rich history and architecture Staunton has to offer.
34 N. Augusta St.
(540) 255-0531

Bruce A. Elder Antique and Classic Automobiles

Located in the downtown historic district of Staunton, VA, Bruce A. Elder Antique And Classic Automobiles displays important automobiles from the dawn of motoring through the muscle car era.
114 S. New Street
(540) 885-0500

Camera Heritage Museum

The camera museum is housed in what was known for 70 years as the Camera and Palette Inc. at 1 W Beverley St. Staunton, VA. Tucked into this location the Museum is open to the public during regular store hours.
1 W. Beverley Street
(540) 886-8535

Ghosts of Staunton


Join us each weekend for 90-minute walking tour of historic Staunton, VA. Tickets are $13-Adults & $8-Children 6-12 y/o. (540) 448-2743 for more info.
140 E. Beverley
(540) 448-2743

Heifetz International Music Institute Box Office and Gift Shop


The Heifetz Institute provides an intense six-week summer program for solo performance and chamber music.
107 E. Beverley Street
(540) 907-4446

Historic Staunton Foundation

Historic Staunton Foundation is a non-profit organization promoting the preservation and revitalization of the rich architectural and historic resources in Staunton, Virginia.
20 S. New Street
(540) 885-7676

Historic Staunton Foundation Walking Tours

Saturdays | May – October | 10 AM
Historic Staunton Foundation Walking Tours

Jumbo Antique Fire Engine Museum

500 N. Augusta Street
(540) 332-3884

Mary Baldwin University Performing Arts

Whether in the studio or the rehearsal room, MBU’s liberal-artists engage with the doing of art from the moment they step foot on campus. Our collaborative model of teaching allows students to work alongside faculty in every facet of creative projects.
19 W. Johnson St.
(540) 887-7058

R.R. Smith Center for History and Art

The R.R. Smith Center is home to the Staunton Augusta Art Center, Historic Staunton Foundation, and the Augusta County Historical Society.
20 S. New Street
(540) 886-8755

Staunton Augusta Art Center

The Staunton Augusta Art Center, Inc. is a non-profit 501(C)(3) community art organization devoted to providing area children and adults, as well as visitors to the region, diverse experiences in the creation and appreciation of the visual arts.
20 S. New Street
(540) 885-2028

Staunton Guided Tours

35 S. New St.
(540) 885-2430

The Story of Virginia Museum

50 Middlebrook Ave., 2nd Floor
(540) 885-3200

Traipse: Smartphone Tour and Game

Connect people with community in a fun, interactive, and educational way while bolstering local economies by promoting locally owned business along with historic and cultural assets.
35 S. New St., Suite A
999-1395

Trinity Church Historic Graveyard & Stained Glass Windows

o welcome and encourage all in our journey with Christ To provide a loving, active environment for Christian worship, learning and service To utilize our Episcopal heritage and our unique gifts, resources and blessings as a witness in the community.
214 W. Beverley St
(540) 886-9132

Visulite Cinemas

Movie Theater in Staunton featuring mainstream and Indie films. Stadium Seating. Rocker back chairs. State of the art digital projection and sound. Adult beverages and full menu available. Try our legendary popcorn!
12 N. Augusta St.
(540) 885-9966

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum

Located in Staunton, Virginia, we are open for guests to tour Wilson’s birthplace and museum. The WWPL also sponsors special events and educational activities for all ages.
18 N. Coalter St.
(540) 885-0897