- The list below includes 58 free or cheap things to do in or near Bedford, Virginia, including 50 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Art Gallery, History Museums and Arts Centers.
- From National D-Day Memorial to Bedford Virginia Visitors Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bedford and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lynchburg, Roanoke, Natural Bridge and Lexington.
The famous Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson lived in the building now known as the Stonewall Jackson House before his successes in the Civil War. The historic home covers both Jackson's pre-war life and antebellum Virginia as a whole.
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122 South Main Street, Lexington, VA 24450 MoreLess Info
Travelers from around the world have visited the Museum of Military Memorabilia. The charming Lexington museum offers exhibitions dedicated commemorating military branches from all over, including the US and Britain.
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17 South Randolph Street, Lexington, VA 24450 MoreLess Info
The Haunting Tales Lexington's Ghost Tour takes guests on a unique view of Lexington at night. Experience many stops, including the darkened alleys of Lexington and Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery on the 1.5 hour seasonal tours.
An outdoor swimming pool, Lexington Municipal Pool is open daily in the summer and offers both season and daily passes. Visitors can enjoy lap swimming, swim lessons, aqua exercise, game nights and grill nights.
The location of the Stonewall Jackson Grave is within the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery. The famous Confederate general is buried in the cemetery as well as 144 Confederate veterans, two governors of Virginia, and Margaret Junkin Preston.
A gallery with a varied collection, Lexington Artists Co-Op is a group of artists and crafters working together to promote their work and passion for art. The group includes painters, photographers and pastel artists.
The ninth-oldest college in the United States is Washington & Lee University. Almost all the buildings on campus are the original historic structures, and the landscapes tend to be very well maintained for those who wish to walk through campus for the views.
The changes of the United States during the 20th century in terms of diplomatic and military affairs are presented in the George C. Marshall Museum. Specifically, the museum looks at these shifts through the collections, exhibits, and objects linked with Marshall and his fellow contemporaries.