The Lynchburg Museum features a changing lineup of exhibitions on subjects including Civil War life and the development of African American schooling.
Point of Honor
Point of Honor is a former plantation that is now a part of Lynchburg's famed Daniel's Hill neighborhood.
Award-winning, multidisciplinary, interactive museum Amazement Square is situated in Lynchburg, Virginia's charming downtown.
Blackwater Creek Trail
One of the most well-liked paths in the city is the Blackwater Creek Trail, Renowned for walkers, hikers, side paths hikers, and off-road cyclists.
Following the concrete road that cuts through the natural area, visitors may witness herons, migratory waterfowl, and several local flora and animals.
The ultimate sea and land adventure, SeaQuest Lynchburg has a world-class aquarium and uncommon animal encounters.
Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre
The mountaintop leisure area is a lodge and charming center with year-round access for skiing, snowboarding and tubing.
Percival's Island Natural Area
In the heart of Lynchburg, Percival's Island is a well-known landmark. Herons, migratory ducks, and several indigenous flora and animals may all be seen by visitors.
Maier Museum of Art
An extraordinary collection of American art, including paintings, works on paper, and photos from the 19th and 20th centuries, may be found at the Museum.
Bounce About of Lynchburg
Take your young children to Bounce About for a fun-filled day of physical activity. There are a lot of options for bouncing.
Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest
Thomas Jefferson's private hideaway and plantation, Poplar Forest, is situated in Virginia.