14936 Spotswood Trl
All kinds of antiques available that you will enjoy for years to come.
14843 Spotswood Trl
Ruckersville , VA
6000 square feet of antiques, vintage, mid-century modern–glassware, china, furniture, lamps, clocks, books, tools, etc. From primitive to elegant and everything in-between. You never know what you’re going to find. New inventory coming in daily.
403 James Madison Hwy
Antiques, Collectibles and much much more. Over 20 vendors always bringing in interesting unusual items and the mundane too.
14843 Spotswood Trl
Ruckersville , VA
Browse through 55 unique antique collections in our expansive two-story antique mall.
8332 Seminole Trail (29N)
Ruckersville , VA
Joan Palmer has been buying and selling American and Continental antiques in the Charlottesville area for over 40 years. 18th, 19th to early 20th c. furniture, art and decorative accessories..
125 East Main St.
J.S. Mosby Antiques & Artifacts was founded in 1998 by U.S. military historian, author, and publisher Stephen W. Sylvia. A collector since childhood and a relic hunter since 1970, Mr. Sylvia has enjoyed a life-long fascination and study of Civil War artifacts.
101 S Main St.
Welcome to Annette La Velle Antiques where you can find the finest antiques carefully handpicked in Europe.
101 East Main Street
Featuring one of the finest collection of 18th & 19th Century furniture and Oriental rugs in Virginia. Melrose Antiques occupies over 12,000 square feet of gallery space.
123 West Main Street
Welcome to The Odd Chest where you will find antiques and distinctive furniture from the finest homes and estates of the English Midlands and The United States. Each piece has been selected for uniqueness and durability and refurbished when necessary to add many years of useful enjoyment.
Crafted from solid mahogany, oak, walnut, myrtle, and yew, these fine English pieces include elegant features such as decorative carving, inlay and marble.
We have a wide variety of gift ideas: Ganz Candles, Webkinz Pets and Accessories, Roman Seraphim Angels, Precious Moments, and David Winter Cottages just to name a few.
So if you are in the neighborhood come by and enjoy a cup of piping hot English tea as you browse!
107 Martinsburg Avenue
A beautiful selection of antiques and collectables in the little town of Gordonsville...
109 S Main St
Downtown Gordonsville shop located right on Main Street, offering an eclectic mix of painted furniture, antiques, primitives,home accents and gifts.
8287 Seminole Trail
Welcome to Ruckersville Gallery, Charlottesville’s antique mall with 80+ dealers and 150+ consignors offering antiques, art, decorative objects, and Mid Century vintage.
Virginia’s leader in estate sales, we offer consignment options to fit every need – from single items to downsizings and large estates. We even buy outright.
You’ll find items for every budget and taste: old favorites plus specialties like vintage jewelry, rare coins, historic militaria, and unique functional furniture. Visit our Showroom and Latest Arrivals, and find something to love today!
1435 Carters Mountain Trail
For over one hundred years, the Chiles Family has been carefully tending its orchards. Beginning with a card table, cigar box, and roadside stand, the first generation of the Chiles Family sold the fruit of their labors to neighbors and folks passing through. Since that time, the orchards have grown to become community favorites and destinations for visitors far and wide.
32345 Constitution Highway
Locust Grove, VA
The Eastern Orange Farmer's Market is a great place to find fruit, including melons of many varieties, vegetables, baked goods, canned goods, both traditional and exotic, made from fresh, local ingredients, garden plants, decorative plants, and herbs, both plants and fresh cut.
12290 Daffodil Ln
You need to taste our berries to discover how sweet and juicy they are. Grown free of any chemicals & herbicides We'd love to see you on the farm.
15111 Yager Rd.
Grelen Nursery is a high-quality supplier of plants, shrubs & trees, all grown on our 600-acre Somerset farm in Orange County, Virginia. We offer superior landscaping, hardscaping, planting and maintenance services. From start to finish, Grelen Nursery provides all the services you need to create and maintain a beautiful landscape.
2253 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy
We are a farm, garden, and greenhouse operation in Fluvanna County, Virginia. In the spring, summer, and fall we offer our fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables through our CSA and Farm Stand. We also raise all natural, grass-fed beef and pastured pork. We strive to provide high quality products that are free of harmful chemicals to keep your family healthy and safe and to be good stewards of our land.
9166 Liberty Mills Road
Located in Central Virginia, just 30 minutes northeast of Charlottesville, Liberty Mills Farm wants you to have a Farmtastic Adventure. Pick Fun and find yourself winding through our 25 acre fall corn maze, picking flowers, strawberries or pumpkins or selecting fresh produce and delicious salsas in our Farm Market.
12101 Orange Plank Road
Locust Grove, VA
Family owned and operated for three generations, come meet your local farmers at the Miller Farms and fill your crisper with fresh, healthy produce from the Market. You can still sign-up for a CSA. Call or email for prorated information.
129 East Main Street
The mission of The Arts Center In Orange is to increase the quality of life in our community by promoting an appreciation for fine contemporary arts in diverse styles and ideologies. This is done by providing: a forum to promote artistic excellence; scholarship and education; a venue for artists and artisans to work, teach, exhibit and sell work; and a place for the community to learn skills, and to participate in and enjoy the arts.
117 S. Main St, Suite A1
We are an artist owned boutique & custom frame studio in beautiful historic Gordonsville, VA. Cavallo features ecolux apothecary & artisanal favorites, as well as classic to mod hand crafted custom framing with personality and a European twist that is designed and produced in our open studio on premises.
5256 Governor Barbour Street
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.
155 Rugby Road
The Fralin exhibits art from around the world dating from ancient times to the present. In addition to its permanent collection, the Museum offers changing exhibitions, accompanied by related programs and publications.
5420 Governor Barbour St
Visit the gallery, studio and printmaking workshop of landscape artist Frederick Nichols. Nichols’ paintings and silkscreen prints have been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout this country and abroad for over 25 years, most recently at the 2005 International Biennale in Florence, Italy, and the international exhibition, “Renascence,” a commemoration of the 1995 Kobe earthquake, at the Hyogo Museum of Art in Japan.
4085 Keswick Rd
Founded in 1981, Stokes of England is a full service custom metal-smith shop serving central Virginia and the world, specializing in handmade ornate architectural ironwork.
5449 Governor Barbour Street
Sun’s Traces Gallery features ceramic work created by Paula Brown-Steedly who also creates stunning one-of-a-kind equine pieces. The gallery also represents more American Craft Artisans.
17655 Winery Road
Barboursville is the ruin of the mansion of James Barbour, located in Barboursville, Virginia. He was the former U.S. Senator, U.S. Secretary of War, and Virginia Governor. It is now within the property of Barboursville Vineyards.
400 South Main Street
Before the Civil War, the Exchange Hotel with its high ceiling parlors and grand veranda welcomed passengers from the two rail lines: the Virginia Central Railroad and the Alexandria Railroad. Soon war began. Troops, supplies, and wounded were transported on these railroads to Gordonsville. The Exchange Hotel became the Gordonsville Receiving Hospital which provided care for 70,000 soldiers, both Confederate and Union. In the reconstruction period, this hospital served the newly freed slaves as a Freedman’s Bureau Hospital. As the United States healed and the railroads boomed, this graceful building returned to its role of hotel. Now fully restored, the hotel is a museum dedicated to the Civil War era.
122 Main Street
The Orange Train Station was built in 1909-1910, in a colonial revival style. Passenger train service was discontinued in the early 1970’s. The station was renovated in1977, and it’s the home of the Orange County Visitors Center. Stop in for information about the area, as well as free maps and brochures.
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.
2050 James Monroe Parkway
Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of President James Monroe, has hired Nancy Stahon to be its first full-time business and operations manager. “We are pleased to welcome Nancy Stahon to Ash Lawn-Highland,” said Executive Director Sara Bon-Harper. “Her enthusiasm, leadership experience and commitment to excellence make her an asset to our growing administrative team.” Previously a contracted role, the business manager position puts the historic site at its fourth full-time hire this year, representing the institution’s emphasis on growth, programming and community engagement. “History plays an important role in how we work today—presumably, we’ve learned lessons and gained experience from great collaborators of the past.
683 Thomas Jefferson Parkway
Michie Tavern’s dining room, the Ordinary, features Hearty Midday Fare offered by servers in period attire and is open daily 11:15-3:30. The rustic restaurant setting provides a lunch dining experience rich in southern culture and hospitality for families to enjoy. Our buffet is based on 18th-century Southern recipes. Patterned after the southern tradition, many guests choose our bountiful midday fare as the day’s main meal. During the colder months guests enjoy our Midday Fare before a roaring fire. A variety of beverages including hot mulled apple cider, traditional lagers, ales and wine are available to complement your meal.
11350 Constitution Highway,
Montpelier Station, VA
Montpelier, located near Orange, Virginia was the plantation estate of the prominent Madison family of Virginia, including James Madison, fourth President of the United States.
120 Chatham Ln
Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness, and Spotsylvania–this is America’s battleground, where the Civil War roared to its bloody climax. No place more vividly reflects the War’s tragic cost in all its forms. A town bombarded and looted. Farms large and small ruined. Refugees by the thousands forced into the countryside. More than 85,000 men wounded; 15,000 killed–most in graves unknown.
931 Thomas Jefferson Parkway
When visiting Monticello you can tour the mountaintop house that Jefferson designed and built for himself and his family, enjoy the beauty of its grounds and sweeping vistas, and explore the complexities of Jefferson’s enduring global legacy.
120 Chatham Ln
The Battle of the Wilderness was fought on May 5-6, 1864. It was the beginning of the Overland Campaign, the bloodiest campaign in American history and the turning point in the war in the Eastern Theatre.
265 Ferry Street
Come float the historic James River with the area’s Premier Outfitter. There’s nothing better than sharing the experience of a day on the river with family and friends. Relax while our professional staff readies your equipment so you can enjoy spending a day on the wild and scenic James River. As you’re coursing through the wooded foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, don’t forget your fishing tackle and pole for the best small mouth bass fishing in central Virginia. Or you may just choose to simply unwind with a cooler for a riverside picnic and let the river take you along the tall, woodland banks where you can, look for the Deer, Blue Herons, Ospreys and Bald Eagles.
No matter what you like, if it’s near the water, you’ll find it at Lake Anna! Boat or Jet-Ski (bring yours or rent one here), splash, swim or relax on the beach at the state park, fish or dine overlooking the water, Lake Anna has it all.
Lake Orange Road
Lake Orange is a 124-acre Department-owned public fishing lake in Orange County that was impounded in 1964 and opened to fishing in 1967. The lake is located a few miles east of Orange, VA and offers a scenic setting surrounded by gently rolling farmland and hardwood forests. Access to the lake is off of the main lake peninsula on the western side where the boat ramp, concession, fishing pier, parking lot, picnic facilities and plenty of great shoreline access can be found.
15091 Yager Rd.
Grelen has over 3.9 miles of trails to discover! Whether you're looking for a full day excursion, or a light stroll after lunch, we highly recommend you save time for a hike. There are options for all ages and skills...take a walk up to a beautiful vista overlooking The Nursery or go for a long run/hike through the nursery, meadows & forest over to James Madison's Montpelier Trail System. With Montpelier's trails, there are over 9 miles of beautiful trails to explore. The Grelen walking Trails are FREE & open to the public.
1400 Pen Park Road
Located in the heart of the City of Charlottesville and the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains, bold innovation and unmatched tradition walk hand-in-hand alongside an abundance of natural beauty. Capture the views on the greens of Meadowcreek Golf Course.
4300 Flat Run Rd
Locust Grove, VA
Situated 75 minutes from DC and Richmond, 45 minutes from Charlottesville, and only 15 minutes from Fredericksburg this course is easily accessible to thousands of golfers. The Uphill House B&B is proud to partner with Meadows Farms to provide our guests a discounted rate and assistance with scheduling tee times. Please call us for more information!
11350 Constitution Hwy
Montpelier Station, VA
Montpelier’s 8+ miles of well-marked walking trails are one of the Virginia Piedmont’s best-kept secrets, located just two hours south of Washington, D.C., and a half hour north of Charlottesville. Winding through horse pastures, wildflower meadows, and forests, including the Old-Growth Landmark Forest, the trails offer spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and intimate encounters with native plants and wildlife. The Montpelier Trails are open to the public seven days a week during business hours and may be accessed from the trailhead kiosk just below the parking lot at the David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center.
17110 James Madison Highway
Located in the heart of Central Virginia Oakland Heights Farm is dedicated to the preservation of the art and sport of horseback riding. Started in 1979 by David and Sally Lamb the farm has grown to be one of Virginia’s most recognized horse farms. The farm is located in Orange County, VA. At the base of the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, in an area steeped in Virginia history. We are easily accessible for the surrounding counties and a short hour and a half drive from Washington D.C. we also offer trail riding packages with some of the areas B&Bs and hotels.
3690 Burnley Station Road
NOTE: This is one of Sam and Scott's favorite trails close to home! Check out Sam's blog about the trails here.
10 miles of trails for hiking, running, mountain biking and horseback riding. Topography gently rolling trails easy to moderate.
12449 Spicewood Rd
Located on the scenic Rapidan River in historic Orange County, Virginia. Specializing in guided kayak tours and instruction. All equipment and safety gear is provided.
3099 Old Blue Ridge Turnpike (rt.670)
Dry fly and nymph fishing at its finest – our private water on the Rose River is cold, crystal clear, spring fed water that has a river rock base with very little sediment. The water is rich in the kind of natural trout food that produces trophy conditions. Come and spend a day on our private water – or add a night or two in our luxury cabins and make it a Virginia fly fishing vacation.
109 Clubhouse Way
Zion Crossroads, VA
Spring Creek Golf Club is a nationally recognized golf course located only minutes from Charlottesville, Virginia and a short drive from Richmond, Virginia. Bent grass fairways, beautiful greens and the natural contour of the land help make Spring Creek a unique, exceptional golfing experience.
The Rapidan Wildlife Management Area has an exceptional native trout fishery. Healthy populations of brook trout abound in its rivers and streams; most notable of which are the Rapidan and Conway Rivers. The Conway River also contains numerous wild brown trout to entice the adventurous angler. Small, swift-flowing head water streams grade into larger boulder adorned rivers. Cascading white water interspersed with shallow and deep quiet pools filled with native trout provide a wonderful experience for the trout angler. Fish-for-fun regulations apply on the Rapidan River and all its tributaries within the boundaries of the wildlife management area and Shenandoah National Park.
107 South Main Street,
Tucked in among other specialty shops on Main Street in historic Gordonsville, VA, The Alpaca Boutique has quickly earned a reputation for being the place to shop when you want individualized, personal service. Sales associates will help you make the ‘right’ choice whether the purchase is a gift or a treat for yourself. If your size or color is not in stock, it can be ordered for you with no obligation. Your clothing purchase will be of the highest quality and at the forefront of today’s fashion choices.
202 Mayhugh Avenue (one block west of Main)
Dutch esthetician Yvonne van Cuijk-Waller uses the finest German products and lasertherapy for her skillful and relaxing treatments. Licensed for sports, relaxation and pregnancy massage, pedicures/manicures, face and body waxing, makeup services, and the world famous Green Peel, she is also a certified health counselor.
19154 James Madison Highway
Since 1979, the area's leading resource for blooming orchids and expert advice. Beautiful and uncommon orchid varieties, species orchids, one-of-a-kind arrangements, plus assorted ceramics & clay, repotting mixes and service. Find our booth at Dupont Circle Farmers' Market in DC on Sundays: 8:30-1:30 April-Nov. Our greenhouse is just 1/4 of a mile north of the traffic circle on Rt. 15. We Deliver.
208 East Central Street
Since 1988, a thrift shop in a former mill, with some beautiful wood floors and doors that demonstrate just how well they used to build such places. Loads of everyday items for your home, plus clothing for the whole family, furniture, antiques, decorative articles and, of course, etcetera... all in a friendly atmosphere.
123 S. Main Street
Laurie's family has been in the furniture and lamp business for 60 years. Laural and Leonard LaPlaca started Nassau Interiors in Princeton New Jersey in the late 1940's and Laurie is continuing the tradition in Gordonsville. Having grown up in the business, Laurie has extensive knowledge in all aspects of interior design.
107 S. Main Street
Not only are the sisters who run Posh warm and friendly, they both have an excellent eye for fashion. A modern twist on vintage, accessorizing with flair and panache...
206 N Main St
Makers of unique handcrafted Furniture, Jewelry, Home Decor, and Body Care products. Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm Come in for a tour of our Jewelry and Furniture Studios. See where the magic happens.
107 South Main Street,
Expanding into the space next door, the Alpaca Boutique will now offer a larger collection of jewelry and accessories in Sara’s Jewel Box.
100 South Main Street,
Sugarbritches inviest you to experinece all of the wonders and joys of childhood! Beautiful children's clothing, one-of-a-kind toys and gifts, old-fashioned candies adn even haircuts. Sugarbritches will have you wishing you were a kid again!
107 South Main Street, #2
Antiques, Collectables, and Gifts
The Town of Gordonsville website is a great resource directory for the shops in the town.