695 Peppers Ferry Road
Wytheville, VA 24382
Phone: (276) 228-1234
Fax: (276) 228-4533
St. John's Episcopal Church is found on East Main Street. This Episcopal place of worship was built between the years 1854 and 1857. The church building remains an arresting example of Classic Revival architectural style.
The historic Haller-Gibboney Rock House dates back to the year 1823. Situated on East Tazewell Street, the two-story edifice exhibits Late Federal architectural style. It is now occupied by a history museum.
Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum is well-known as former US first lady, Edith Wilson's birthplace. The museum is the sole birthplace gallery in America. The various exhibits portray her strong personality and social work. She was also informally referred to as the first woman premier of America.
Big Pencil at Wytheville Office Supply is a prominent attraction in Virginia. Found on West Main Street, this massive pencil stands tall at 30 feet (9.14 meters). An expression in metal, this monumental structure was probably built in the year 1950.
Wytheville Presbyterian Church remains a historic place of worship in Wytheville. Situated on Church Street, it welcomes devout followers and runs several ministries. Weekly gatherings are also conducted by the church's leadership.
Withers Park is a sprawling recreational area in Wytheville. Nestled on East Withers Street, the park is well-equipped with a walking trail and benches. A large playground is also found here.
Explore spectacular nature at Crystal Springs Recreation Area. Spread over a land of 1800 acres (728.43 hectares), the attraction offers a number of scenic trails of varying difficulty levels. The park also offers excellent opportunities for mountain biking and camping.
Crockett's Cove Presbyterian Church remains an ancient Presbyterian place of worship found on Crocketts Cove Road. Constructed in the year 1858, it remains a fine specimen of Greek Revival architectural style.
Flying Flowers butterfly shelter remains a popular attraction in Wythe county. Located on Matney Flats Road, the house is buzzing with beautiful butterflies and lilies. Flying Flowers offers conducive habitat for several native species and includes a varied selection of nectar and host saplings.
Beagle Ridge Herb Farm is tucked in a scenic valley in Wytheville. Found on Matney Flats Road, it is occupied by large populations of birds, rabbits and deer. The farm shop sells chemical-free soaps, bath gels and bath salts. You can also explore the farm's extensive herb display.
Williams Orchard welcomes you to explore the lush fields of gourds, pumpkins and corn. Nestled on West Lee Highway, the picturesque farm has been a tradition for more than 70 years. The farm's festival hosts several attractions like a mini maze, tractor rides and a corn maze.
Big Walker Lookout remains one of the most picturesque attractions of Virginia. Situated on Stoney Fork Road, this privately run scenic spot takes you to a height of 3405 feet (1037.84 meters). From its massive observation tower, one gets arresting views of the surrounding landscape.