The Shenandoah Valley offers a very diverse selection of cultural opportunities available within a short driving time to anyone living within the Augusta County, Staunton, Waynesboro and Charlottesville areas. Options include community and professional theater, musical performing arts, historic sites, museums, libraries, art galleries and the artisan center.
is located in downtown Staunton. This is a replica of one of William Shakespeare's theaters, built in 1620 and contains backless oak benches, balconies, and Tudor-style woodwork. The Playhouse is home to Shenandoah Shakespeare Express, a highly respected touring troupe that has now established permanent residence in Staunton.
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(These groups—among others—have committed to using the Staunton Performing Arts Center or have expressed a strong interest in using the space for their performances.)
ANTS (A New Theatrical Society)
Staunton Performing Arts Center
P. O. Box 571, Staunton VA 24402
The John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville
VA concerts are currently scheduled
The Shenandoah Caverns See beautiful underground formations like the famous Breakfast Bacon once featured in National Geographic – all in the only Virginia caverns with elevator service!