Lexington, Virginia


Lexington, Virginia, is rich with history, charm and natural wonders. Surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the Shenandoah Valley, its bustling downtown offers unique restaurants, artisan shops and galleries. A quaint college town with two institutions, VMI and Washington and Lee University, Lexington offers long term opportunities for families who want to put down roots. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy mountain vistas on a walk along the Woods Creek trail or on a drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway. History buffs can follow the Civil War and visit the final resting places of iconic figures like Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.

 

There are many terrific attractions in Lexington, Virginia. Here are some of our favorites:
Main Street Lexington  |  Lexington  |  Marshall Foundation | Virginia Military Institute
Washington and Lee University | Lexington Golf & Country Club | The Lexington Horse Center
 

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ADVENTUROUS


Tumbling rivers. Majestic rocks. Mountain breezes. And crackling campfires. Adventure is elemental in Rockbridge County, a rugged playground in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains beloved by kayakers, cyclists, hikers and a few secretive fly fishermen.


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IT’S ALL NATURAL


Rabbits and deer shuffle through the underbrush beside the Chessie Nature Trail. Wildflowers bloom along the Blue Ridge Parkway. And the wild Maury River tumbles merrily through
Goshen Pass. Did we forget to mention Natural Bridge?


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AGES OF HISTORY


The Lexington Carriage Company leads horse-drawn carriage tours past the Stonewall Jackson House, Lee Chapel, the Lee House, and Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery. Be sure to pick up a map for a walking tour at the Lexington Visitor Center!


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Lexington Golf and Country Club


For more than 100 years, generations of families have enjoyed the Lexington Golf and Country Club, a private, equity-owned club nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of central Virginia. Lexington Golf and Country Club features an 18-hole golf course known as the Jewel of the Valley, four tennis courts, a short game facility, a junior Olympic swimming pool, a restaurant and a banquet venue.

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