The Fine Arts Center of the New River Valley Center and exhibitions of local artists and classes.Our main location is a two-story brick building, built in 1898 and part of the Downtown Historic Landmark District. Our Womens’ Club Annex at 44 West Fourth Street includes a large hall with a small stage to house public functions, performances and classes

Tuckwiller Gallery – Newport

179 Summit Lane
Newport, VA 24128

Our Culture

Our two retail locations are located in Christiansburg, Virginia and Lewisburg, West Virginia. If you have the opportunity to visit either there are knowledgeable assistants to help with your decision. Both of the Tuckwiller Gallery locations are located near great restaurants. Just ask for a referral.Or you may want to call the studio at 540-544-7386. Chances are pretty good that Robert will answer the phone with paint on his hands! Thank you for visiting.

Lyric Theater – Blacksburg
135 College Avenue
Blacksburg, VA 24060

Visiting the Lyric Theatre for the first time is an unforgettable experience. If you’re not awed by the original 1930 tapestries, the golden glow of the replica lanterns, or the charm of the restored lobby and auditorium, you’ll at least be impressed with our family and student friendly prices and
the best tasting popcorn in Southwestern Virginia!

Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech
190 Alumni Mall
Blacksburg, VA 24060

The Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech presents renowned artists from around the globe and from close to home, with a special focus on connecting our communities to artists through experiences that will expand cultural awareness and deepen understanding. The Center for the Arts and the Institute for Creativity, Arts and Technology, which with the Center for the Arts is uniquely partnered, are housed in the Moss Arts Center. The Moss Arts Center is a 147,000 square foot facility that includes the Street and Davis Performance Hall and its 1,274 seat Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre, visual art galleries for the center’s vibrant exhibition program the four story
experimental venue the Cube and research studios. The Center for the Arts is creating a thriving creative community fueled by inspiration, where patrons have meaningful experiences enjoying arts of the highest caliber in a wide variety of forms. The Center for the Arts manages and schedules all of the public spaces in the Moss Arts Center. In
addition to these public and programmable spaces, there are other spaces in the Moss Arts Center that are dedicated to research and scheduled the
Institute for Creativity , Arts and Technology.

Floyd Country Store – Floyd
206 South Locust Street
Floyd, VA 24091

Enjoy Traditional Appalachian Music and Dancing
The Floyd Country Store is renowned as a place to experience authentic Appalachian music, and is home to a group of musicians, flatfoot dancers, and cloggers who are carrying on the tradition of their families—to make music, to dance, and to have fun. There is music in the store every weekend year-round and on warm Friday evenings it spills out into the street. It’s an experience not to be missed.
It’s a Real Country Store
You can’t miss the barrels of old-fashioned candy at the front of the store, and if you explore further you can find everything from old time toys to eco-friendly cleaning products to hard-wearing bib overalls. The store also has a café, The Jingle Tap Café, serving homemade soups, sandwiches, salads,
baked goods and more.
Heartwood – Southwest Virginia Artisan Gallery

Heartwood – Southwest Virginia Artisan Gallery

1 Heartwood Circle
Abingdon, VA 24210

Showcasing the best in craft and home for ‘Round the Mountain,Southwest Virginia’s artisan network.
Headquarters of The Crooked Road, Southwest Virginia’s heritage music trail, where you can hear old-time, bluegrass and gospel music from local artists.
Promoting Southwest Virginia’s distinctive heritage, great outdoor recreation and scenic beauty.

Wolf Creek Indian Village

6394 North Scenic Highway
Bastian, VA 23414

The archeological records state for thousands of years Native Americans had occupied the land known as Virginia today. Between 1490 A.D. and 1530 AD, in what is now known as Bland County, a small group journeyed to a valley nestled between two mountains beside the waters of Wolf Creek. There was natural protection from the harsh winter winds, a
contant source of fresh water, abundant collection of trees, wild game, nuts, herbs, clay and fertile bottom land to grow their crops. The people contructed
a palisade circular village.
It is estimated that as many as 100 people made their home in this village near what we now call Bastian, Virginia. They lived here for several years. Where
they arrived from, where their journey took them to and exactly who they were remains somewhat of a mystery. But they left behind the remains of a
village, and a brief story of living in this place. It is this story that we invite you to experience first hand.

Wohlfahrthaus – Wytheville

170 Main Drive
Wytheville, VA 24382

Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theatre is a state-of-the-art German-themed dinner theatre nestled in the beautiful Appalachian mountains of southwest Virginia.Our luxurious dinner theatre promises our audiences the most unique theatre and dining experience around. While seated in comfortable-lounge style chairs, you will be served a four course meal prepared by our in-house chef. Then sit back and relax and let us entertain you with one of our Broadway caliber musical productions. We are Virginia’s only ALL musical theater, ALL the time Wohlfahrt Haus also offers fireside dining in our Matterhorn Restaurant and Lounge and café-style dining in our beautiful outdoor Bier Garten featuring German and American cuisine complemented by an extensive selection of domestic and imported beers and wines Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theatre is excited to continue to bring our audiences ALL musicals, ALL the time. America’s Musicals in the Mountains is sure to feature something for everyone. Our Broadway-caliber musicals showcase many different types of music from classicto
contemporary, featuring huge production numbers with unforgettable dancing.

Blue Ridge Parkway

469.01 miles of scenic beauty
Wytheville, VA 24382

Celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2010, the Blue Ridge Parkway is a product of the New Deal’s efforts to provide jobs to the unemployed of the Great Depression. Construction began in September 1935 at Cumberland Knob near the North Carolina and Virginia state line. The idea was to create a link between the Shenandoah National Park to
the edge of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Completed in 1983, the Parkway’s history has been highlighted by documentarian Ken Burns in the six-part “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea” series originally aired on PBS.

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