- TripBuzz found 56 things to do with kids in or near Middletown, Virginia, including 53 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Winchester, Front Royal, Berryville and Strasburg.
- From Belle Grove Plantation to Wayside Theatre, the Middletown area offers 74 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Historic Homes, Movie Theaters and Parks.
History is brought to life at the Belle Grove Plantation. Visitors are able to see the 18th century plantation in action with many demonstrations and wonderfully preserved artifacts that are kept in appropriate displays.
Skyline Paintball is a paintball and laser tag facility offering a variety of fields and arenas. Attractions include paintball, laser tag, a full service paintball shop, and children's Splatmaster Mini Paintball.
Hupp's Hill Civil War Park expands over 18 acres, including a museum, where guests can learn about 19th-century history. The story of the Shenandoah Valley campaign of 1864 is on display through a variety of artificats, collections and theatre presentations.
The Museum of American Presidents is a museum that provides information and artifacts from all of the previous presidents of the United States. The museum's artifacts include James Madison's desk, White House doors, and several handwritten presidential letters.
The heritage of the local region for the past 250 years is put on display at the Strasburg Museum. The large collection includes a genuine red caboose, original Strasburg pottery, Civil War articles, and Native American artifacts.
Built in the 1940s, Strasburg Home Theater has 600 seats and includes two dining halls suitable for private events like weddings and parties. The theater hosts live theater including dinner theater, local music concerts and karaoke.
Held in May of every year, the Strasburg Mayfest is a large scale craft and general fun festival. Along with the craft vendors, there are a wide variety of food vendors, parades, and play-based activities for children.
Wagon Wheel Ranch is a family owned and operated ranch that offers a riding experience through herds of cattle and exploration of nature on their ranch, from foxes and bald eagles to wild turkeys and herds of deer.
The Blue Ridge Shadows Golf Club is open to the public and can accommodate the skill levels of most golfers. The course itself plays from 5,006 yards to 7,315 yards with a slot rating from 120 to 143.