Virginia Harrisonburg In The Fall

by | Sep 30, 2020

Fall Happenings in Harrisonburg

Trailblazers Welcome!

The Beerwerks Trail has breweries as nice as the views, so grab your gear and get ready to enjoy nature’s finest. There’s plenty to explore and lots of amazing beer to drink. Are you looking for a weekend of adventure, sweet snapshots of family and friends, and the tastiest beer around? A two-day beercation on the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail offers up all this plus craveable food, live music and more.

Trailblazers welcome! is a 48-hour guide in eight steps. This itinerary is packed with ideas about where to eat and stay although we hope you will stay in Harrisonburg at a charming inn, B&B or one of our many hotels. You’ll find tips on the best outdoor fun and the most interesting places to visit. And of course we’ll map out where to get as much delicious Beerwerks beer as you can handle! Make sure to tag your photos to share your fun with your fans! #beerwerkstrail.

Harrisonburg’s P.A.T.H.-Pledge Affirming Trusted Hospitality

Your health and safety are important to you and they are important to us. Harrisonburg cares about our visitors as well as our residents and employees. Harrisonburg’s participating businesses are expected to uphold industry standards and best practices; social distancing policies, wear masks, reduce touch points and person-to-person contact and follow increase sanitation practices; prioritize visitor health and safety, while realizing this may mean extra costs for the business; adhere to state and local health and safety policies; train staff thoroughly and post sanitation and social distancing reminders; have all staff comply with federal, state and local health and safety policies and where possible exceed the required protections. Harrisonburg wants you to have peace of mind when you travel here knowing that you will encounter trusted hospitality and community businesses committed to implementing safe practices and following safety guidelines. Come experience Harrisonburg’s PATH.

Celebrate 20 Years of Art in Harrisonburg

Tired of sitting in front of the computer? Ready to stroll quiet streets admiring public art, browse in charming shops and sample local beer and wine? Downtown Harrisonburg, Virginia’s First Culinary District and an original Virginia Arts District offers the perfect weekend getaway destination. There are so many opportunities to immerse yourself in the Artisan Culture of the Shenandoah Valley in Harrisonburg, VA and help us celebrate the birthday of numerous arts organizations. In 2020, OASIS, a non-profit arts organization, and The Arts Council of the Valley celebrate 20 years of fostering and showcasing local art. The Virginia Quilt Museum is celebrating their 25th anniversary as well. Harrisonburg’s Art District will turn 20 at the end of 2020

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Instagrammable Spots Abound In Harrisonburg

If you’ve been trailblazing in the Shenandoah Valley, you’re probably looking for even more places to fill your camera with stellar photos. Have we got a treat for you! Here are some of the absolute best Instagrammable spots in the Beerwerks Trail footprint. Get out there and explore them all, then follow up that camera action with a cold brew at one of our breweries. Lift your glass, snap a selfie, and don’t forget to tag your photos! Harrisonburg is packed with inspiring sites and gems to explore. Start by swinging by some of the nearly 30 murals decorating downtown on the Harrisonburg Downtown Art Walk, your best bets include the Lucy Simms mural, the Dine and Dragons mural, the Jack Brown’s mural, and the Ruby’s Arcade mural of a fortune teller. Architecture lovers will appreciate the arched facade and red-tile roof of the Rockingham County Court House, the historic spring house where travelers once quenched their thirst, and the historic Harrisonburg sign in Court Square. JMU fans will want to return to campus and make friends with the snarling Duke dog statue. Check out more here.




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