Whether it's the sights of our historic buildings, the sounds from a musical showing in town, the tastes from our many restaurants, or the smells of the crisp mountain air along the Virginia Creeper Trail, Abingdon has something to entertain your senses. Abingdon, a gem city of legends, wars and culture, maintains its rich historical integrity with an eye on the future.
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Cassie wrote: A Likely Yarn is fantastic! It is so beautiful and colorful. I love the yarn selection and the friendly staff. I could spend all day"... more
Ms. Bingham wrote: Have stayed at this motel numerous times - price is right - beautiful view large rooms - love being able to park right in front of the room - 50's type motel - but very"... more
Donna Akers wrote: This is one of Abingdon's overlooked architectural gem as well as a private, unique lodging house...lovely restoration, fine furnishings and linen, ambiance of the railroad just in front, unusual experience for kids, RR buffs, and"... more
Mary Sue Mason, from Madisonville, TN wrote: My husband and I and my sister and her husband just had a two day visit to your Historic town , Abingdon, VA. We were very impressed with the neatness of the buildings and the"... more
Margo wrote: This is a beautiful place and the store has everything that you could want. Quilts and jams, candles. The primitive things were great too. Lots of lots of stuff!!! They have"... more
May 23, 2013
Join us in Abingdon on Thursday Nights for an evening of fun from 6:30-9:30pm.
May 25, 2013
Kiwanis Club of Abingdon Sponsors this day event with vendors and food. Hours are
May 25, 2013
Join us in downtown Abingdon on May 25th after Plumb Alley Day for a
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