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Rockbridge Regional Tourism Announces Opportunity for Event Sponsorships

The Rockbridge Regional Tourism Board approved a sponsorship initiative allocating funds to support local events.

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Virginia Safari Park

Virginia Safari Park is home to 1,000 animal residents including elk, camels, deer, bison, ostrich, zebra, antelope, and many more! The animals are free to roam as you navigate three miles of gravel road, stopping to watch and feed them along the way.

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The Georges

An award-winning member of Historic Hotels of America, The Georges occupies three buildings on both sides of Main Street in historic downtown Lexington. Each building has been named in honor of a George: Washington, Marshall, and Patton.

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Pink Cadillac Diner

Located off Interstate 81 in Natural Bridge, Virginia, the Pink Cadillac Diner is a local treasure that lures established fans as well as curious newbies from far and wide. With Elvis memorabilia, an old-fashioned jukebox, a genuine pink Cadillac, classic diner food, and 24 flavors of ice cream, you’ll find a feast for your eyes, ears, and taste buds.

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13 Outdoor Dining Spots in Lexington, Virginia

Restaurants with outdoor dining areas are ready-to-serve in Lexington, Virginia and throughout Rockbridge County. From peaceful patios to city sidewalks, enjoy drinking and eating in the great outdoors at these eateries.

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Hull’s Drive-In Theatre

The first non-profit, community-owned drive-in theatre in the U.S., Hull’s Drive-In Theatre is one of eight drive-in theatres currently operating in Virginia. Hull’s Drive-In Theatre first opened in 1950 and can accommodate 320 cars.

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Goshen Pass Natural Area Preserve

Goshen Pass is a 936-acre preserve protecting the 3.7-mile Goshen Pass gorge on the Maury River, located about 10 miles west of Lexington. Boasting steep slopes, jagged rocks, cliffs, river and shoreline, as well as forests and woodlands, it changes with every season and flow of the river, yet it’s always a beautiful place.

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Cheers to rebranded hotels and restaurants in Lexington, Virginia

Originally built in 1926, an iconic feature of the downtown Lexington, Virginia cityscape has been recently renovated and rebranded as The Gin Hotel. And two blocks down on the same side of the street sits Tonic Restaurant & Inn, which was originally built in 1887 and also rebranded in 2020.

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Dinosaur Kingdom II

Located in Natural Bridge, Virginia, Dinosaur Kingdom II is a one-of-a-kind display of fiberglass art. Recently named the “Best Roadside Attraction in Virginia” by USA Today 10Best, it offers the chance to walk among life-sized dinosaurs and ponder alternate history.

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Devil’s Marbleyard

Devil’s Marbleyard is located near Natural Bridge Station, Virginia. As soon as you see it, the name makes perfect sense: a jumble of white boulders ranging in size from suitcases to vans that can be spotted on the Blue Ridge.

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