Founded in 1761, Strasburg features antique shops, art galleries, museums, and abounds in history. The town was home to a thriving pottery industry from 1761-1909 and visitors today can tour the Strasburg Museum, housed in what was originally the steam pottery building. The museum exhibits include Civil War artifacts, Native American exhibits, and much more.
Civil War history can be found at Hupp’s Hill Civil War Park. The wooded setting includes walking trails and the Gateway to Shenandoah Visitor Center. The Strasburg River Walk is another trail where visitors can stretch their legs, walk their dog, or bicycle along a scenic path beside the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. Top off a day of outdoor adventure with fining dining or a home-cooked meal at one of the town’s restaurants.
I -81 Exit 298 to Route 11
I-81 Exit 296 to Route 55/U.S. Route 48
Gateway to Shenandoah Visitor Center
Hupp’s Hill Civil War Park
33229 Old Valley Pike
Strasburg, VA 22657