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Learn Waynesboro’s Rich Culture by Visiting These Galleries

Located in Shenandoah Valley is the city of Waynesboro is the site of many historic Civil War landmarks and National Parks. Few miles from this city are the Appalachian Trail: the home of Fishburne Military School and has a vibrant arts community. If you love history and at the same time, want to explore. You will surely love Waynesboro, check these out.

Buckley Moss Gallery, Waynesboro, VA

The P. Buckley Moss Gallery is owned by Patricia Buckley, an artist of Irish and Italian descent who was born in America in 1933. As early as elementary, her artistic gifts were already recognized, she was enrolled in an all-girls public school for Fine Arts and specialized in Fine Art and Graphic Design in New York. Inspired by the landscapes and pastoral scenes, she moved to Shenandoah Valley.

Wildlife Center of Virginia

The Wildlife Center of Virginia is a treatment and emergency wildlife center for wildlife. This includes mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds. There have been more than 75,000 animals treated in this center and those cases have been used to educate children through programs at the center. Although the center is not normally open to the public, there are still several open house days each year.

Augusta Co. Railroad Museum, Waynesboro, Virginia

The Augusta County Railroad Museum is a non-profit museum, it promotes model train building and gives visitors a chance to explore exhibits. It does not have any working full-size trains but almost all of the steam engines depicted in the exhibits are still in operation. This museum also highlights the history of railroading in Augusta County and around the United States.  Definitely a must-visit!

 

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