Historic Court Square in downtown Harrisonburg
Harrisonburg is a quaint city in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley that’s well known for James Madison University, but the ‘Burg is more than just a college town. From music and arts to bikes and bakeries, there’s always something going on and something new to be discovered.
The Local Chop House is an innovative restaurant serving locally grown food items with homemade sauces. A couple blocks down Main Street there’s Clementine, a contemporary cafe adorned with local artwork, serving microbrews accompanied by live bands. Saturday mornings there’s the Farmer’s Market chock full of unique homemade items like lavender honey and rosemary sea salt bread and seasonal produce from neighboring farms. Less than 15 minutes away you’ll stumble across Bluestone Vineyard, a lovely winery set in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. At the end of your day, cozy up in the Stonewall Jackson Inn, a historic bed and breakfast three miles from downtown Harrisonburg. Click here to find more events in Harrisonburg.