Including Atkins, Chilhowie, Marion, Saltville, and Whitetop
131 East Main Street, Chilhowie • (276) 646-4424
Featuring a different artist in its gallery every month, The Art Place offers art classes for children and adults in media such as stained glass, pottery, drawing, and painting.
"You never outgrow art, and you can always learn," Owner Mrs. Edna Love says. "Art is ageless. You can participate in art at any age, from the time you start scribbling." Hours of Operation are Thursday 10am to 5pm and Friday 10am to 1pm.
Seven Mile Ford Road, Chilhowie • (276) 646-3306
Aspenvale was the first cemetery to be declared a Virginia Historic Landmark. Not only is the Revolutionary hero,
Gen. William Campbell, famous for the Battle of King’s Mountain, buried here, but also his wife, Elizabeth Henry Campbell Russell, known as “Madam Russell” and sister to Patrick Henry. A historic site along Virginia’s Wilderness Road.
HL Bonham Regional Tourism Center
408 Whitetop Road, Chilhowie • (276) 646-3306
The gateway to Smyth County, the
HL Bonham house also serves as a museum to help you start your exploration. Discover local history from woolly mammoths to men on the moon and NASCAR to Mt. Dew. Pick up maps and information on attractions, lodging, and restaurants for the Towns of Chilhowie, Saltville, and Marion.
St. Clair’s Bottom Primitive Baptist Church
Riverside Road • Chilhowie • (276) 646-3306
One of the Pre-Revolutionary churches in Southwest Virginia, organized in 1775, the present building was erected in 1851 on the site of a log meeting house deeded to the congregation by Colonel Joseph Cole.
Regional Visitor Center • 408 Whitetop Road • Chilhowie, VA 24319 • I-81, Exit 35
(276) 646-3306 • Toll Free 877-255-9928 • email@example.com