Arts, Culture & Entertainment

Arts and Artists, Cultural Attractions, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment, Theater, Visual Arts

Art of Sin Trading Co.

(571) 217-2806
Our team is made up of artists, and travelers. We believe that in order to understand the value of something, you must be able to see, touch and experience it. Therefore, we explore North America and beyond to meet with local brewers, distillers, artists and sculptors and experience their craftsmanship first hand, bringing back not only the item, but the story behind it. 

CAVALLO Gallery
117 S Main St, Gordonsville, VA 22942

(540) 832-3701
Artist owneed professional custom frame studio, boutique gallery and green favorites.

Located in beautiful Downtown Gordonsville, VA. We offer a carefully curated (extensive!) selection of custom frame choices & creative design options, original art, artisan gifts and organic & green indie favorites. Come see us!

Four County Players

5256 Governor Barbour St, Barboursville, VA 22923
(540) 832-5355

Four County Players is Central Virginia's longest continuously operating community theater. A nonprofit organization, Four County relies on volunteers for most of its operations. Founded in 1973, the theater has delighted audiences with a full range of performance experiences.

Fun Art Night

201 S Main St, Ste 355 Gordonsville, VA 22942
(540) 999-8386
Fun & energetic art pARTies for all ages and stages! No experience necessary. Fun guaranteed!

James Madison Museum
129 Caroline St, Orange, VA 22960
(540) 672-1776

The James Madison Museum located in Orange, Virginia is a museum dedicated to 4th President of the United States James Madison and his wife, Dolley Madison.

Exhibits include original furniture used by James Madison, his personal items,

portraits of the Madisons, and a statue

James Madison's Montpelier
11350 Constitution Hwy, Montpelier Station, VA 22957

(540) 672-2728

Montpelier is the lifelong home of James Madison, Father of the Constitution, Architect

of the Bill of Rights, and fourth President of the United States.

As a museum of American history and center for constitutional education, Montpelier engages the public with the enduring legacy of Madison’s most powerful idea: government by the people.

 

The historic home and 2,700-acre grounds are open to visitors and student groups throughout the year with a formal garden and over 8 miles of walking trails to explore. 

Montpelier Steeplechase

11407 Constitution Hwy, Montpelier Station, VA 22957
(540) 672-0027

The Montpelier Hunt Races, started in 1934 was the only time the Montpelier estate was open to the public. Now the Races are a fund raiser for James Madison’s Montpelier, a National Trust Historic Property. Seven exciting steeplechase horse races as well as lots of other fun family activities fill up the whole day including Jack Russell Terrier Races, Stick Horse Races, Sidesaddle, Shopping and lots of tailgating.

 

Always the first Saturday in November, many make it a tradition and a homecoming. It only comes once a year, don’t miss it!

Museum of Culpeper History

113 S. Commerce Street, Culpeper, VA 22701

(540) 829-1749

Come see why we think we are the best small community museum in Virginia! Now located in the historic train depot in Downtown Culpeper, the Museum of Culpeper History collects, preserves, interprets, and exhibits objects, artifacts, and stories depicting the tremendous history and culture of Culpeper, Virginia - from 215 million year old dinosaur tracks to modern art. 

The Mission of the Museum of Culpeper History is to actively promote an awareness of history for residents and visitors through education, interpretation, presentation and preservation.

The Exchange Hotel Civil War Medical Museum

400 S Main St, Gordonsville, VA 22942

(540) 832-2944

Sitting at the edge of downtown Gordonsville is The Exchange Hotel Civil War Medical Museum. Our museum is rich in history and the original structure has survived over 150 years from war to abandonment to what is now a thriving museum. We tell the story of this building from its start as a grand hotel in the early years, through the harsh realities of the Civil War as Gordonsville's General Receiving Hospital, on through to the end of the war when it became a Freedmen's Bureau. 

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Phone 540-672-5216

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