Spring is here and the Buchanan Calendar of Events is in full swing. Spring Clean Up is scheduled for this Saturday, April 19th. Following this, Buchanan invites you to join us on April 25 – 27 for our Buchanan Civil War History Weekend where you and your family can discover one of the lesser known sites of the Civil War.
In May, you and your family are invited to join us as we celebrate Buchanan’s park improvements on Saturday, May 17th with the first, Buchanan Art, Antique & Garden Festival. In addition to Art, Antiques & Garden Vendors, the day’s activities will include a Wine Tasting featuring the products of local Vineyards, kid’s activities and great food. Cruise Ins are scheduled for the second Friday of each month from 5:30pm through 8:30pm now through September with the next one scheduled for Friday, May 9th.
For details on these and other events check the events page of the Town website, or, call 254-1212 extension 4.
Nestled within the steep slopes of the Blue Ridge and Alleghany Mountains rests the Town of Buchanan, Virginia. Rich in history and natural beauty, Buchanan is the quintessential example of “small town America.”
Whether you are planning an afternoon shopping spree, or, a weekend get away, include Buchanan as part of your itinerary.
You and your family are invited to shop, stroll and dine along Buchanan’s historic Main Street where more than 200 years of history comes to life. Recognized for its blend of historic buildings dating from the early 1800′s through the 1950′s, Buchanan’s Main Street is home to general stores, specialty shops, indoor golf, antiques, art galleries, Inns, restaurants, banks, a pharmacy, book store and even an historic theatre www.buchanantheatre.com . History buffs will want to explore the Town’s four Virginia Civil War Trail markers to discover the Town’s role in the war between the states. www.huntersraid.org
While you are here, be sure to walk our Swinging Bridge, it is the only one to cross the James River. Enjoy the beautiful vantage point of the James River and surrounding mountains as you stroll across the bridge.
Sporting enthusiast will enjoy the opportunity to fish and paddle along the Upper James River Blueway www.upperjamesriverwatertrail.com as it winds its way through town. Others may wish to peddle along the US Bicentennial Bicycle Route 76 while others may wish to cruise along the Blue Ridge Parkway, hike the Appalachian Trail, or, horseback ride on the Glen Wilton Trail all within minutes of Main Street.