Incorporated in 1852, The Town of Edinburg is nestled at the base of Massanutten Mountain, alongside Stony Creek. It features historic homes, a Bed & Breakfast, campground, bakery, tea room, quaint shops and galleries, and one of the few remaining pre-Civil War mills in existence.
The Historic Edinburg Mill was built in 1848 and is one of only a few that survived the burning during the Civil War. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located in Edinburg’s Historic District, the mill is a designated Virginia Historic Landmark.
The site is now home to a visitor center and the Museum at the Edinburg Mill. The Museum tells the story of the mill, the town, the Valley Pike, the Shenandoah River, and the railroad. A 50 seat theater features a 45 minute film entitled, “The Burning” based on John Heatwole’s book of the same name.
I -81 Exit 279 to VA 185, RD 675, and US Route 11
The Edinburg Mill
214 S. Main St.
Edinburg, VA 22824
Hours: 10-5 M-Sat.; 12-5 Sun.