Discover historic Staunton, the Queen City of the Shenandoah Valley, on a free walking tour guided by Historic Staunton volunteers. Tours last two hours and trace Staunton’s development from frontier settlement to booming 19th century commercial center. Hours: 10:00 am Sa Fees: Free
Meets at Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library, Emily Smith House
18 N. Coalter St.
Artists have always drawn inspiration from the magnificence of the Shenandoah Valley landscape. In Augusta County, they weave their love of the land with the independent, bold spirit that is our region’s cultural legacy.
Guided trolley. automobile and walking tours of historic Staunton and the area led by trained guides who know the attractions and the stories. Step-on guide service available. Hours: April through October, Trolley Tour - Friday and Saturday - 11 am, other times by appointment. Car Tours: Civil War Battlefield Sites, Historic Houses of Staunton, Augusta County Heritage, African-American Heritage also by appointment. Fees: Trolley tours - Adults, $10-25, youth, $5-10, children free with paying adults. Other fees by tour.
Tours meet at Staunton Visitors Center Website
Trolley at the Staunton Visitors Center
We think you’ll find our free trolley the ideal way to get around downtown. The trolley stops at the Staunton Visitors Center for pickup at 15 minutes and 45 minutes after every hour. The Trolley makes a continuous loop around the downtown, Wharf area and out to Gypsy Hill Park once every 30 minutes. Hours: 10:00 am-10:00 pm M-Sa (May-Dec) 10:00 am-6:00 pm M-Sa (Jan-Apr) Fees: Free