- Our list of the best things to do in Bedford, Virginia, features the top 70 nearby activities — including 31 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bedford, VA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Sights & Landmarks, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Bedford, VA , followed by 58 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lynchburg, Roanoke, Natural Bridge, Lexington and Hot Springs
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.
Lime Kiln Theater is an outdoor theater that hosts a variety of performances; including plays, music concerts, dances, art and more. In the summer they are known for their concerts that highlight local musicians and artists.
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Named for the famous military and political leader, the George C. Marshall Museum & Research Library shares his history with the public. Guests can explore Marshall's legacy through museum exhibits and the library's written records of his life and career.
The 600-acre state-of-the-art environment called the Virginia Horse Center focuses mostly on horse shows and other livestock-related events. Other amenities on the grounds include a campground, restaurant, banquet facilities, and a gift shop.
The first community-owned non-profit drive-in theater in the United States is Hull's Drive-In. Movies and events are still held during their summer operating season with plenty of room for cars, blankets, and lawn chairs for viewing of classic films and even football games.
Visitors to Dixie Caverns can explore the caverns in a 45-minute guided tour. Located in Roanoke County, Virginia, the limestone solution caverns were founded in 1920 by farm boys whose dog fell through a hole leading to the caves.