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It’s an Iconic Fall in

Wytheville

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Wytheville, VA

Wytheville is a true original, not just because it’s the only town in the country fortunate enough to bear that name but also because of its stunning landscape, which includes majestic mountains, sparkling waters, and rolling hills. No doubt about it – a trip to this memorable and striking town in Southwest Virginia always leaves visitors wanting more!

Wytheville, VA

Wytheville (pronounced WITH-ville) has a rich history, one that began in 1792 as a town called Evansham. Ultimately renamed in honor of George Wythe, the first signer of the Declaration of Independence for Virginia, it was selected as the county seat of Wythe County in 1790. Wytheville was of strategic importance during the Civil War, enduring attacks in 1863 (Toland’s Raid) and 1865 (Stoneman’s 1865 Raid). The town is also the birthplace of Edith Bolling Wilson, wife of President Woodrow Wilson.

Wytheville, VA

In Wytheville, ideally situated off I-77 and I-81, you’ll find charm, beauty, history, an outdoor scene second to none, a quaint downtown and people who will welcome you like you’re family. Thousands of visitors each day can’t be wrong… come Visit Wytheville – there’s only one!
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Local Flavor at Its Best

Due to its stellar location at I-81 and I-77, as well as some divine cuisine, Wytheville has long been known by travelers as THE place to stop and have some great food.

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Places to Stay

Because of its prime location just off I-81 and I-77, as well as its numerous attractions, activities, and lodging choices Wytheville is a popular destination for travelers.

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See and Do

Wytheville and Wythe County are all about fun and experiencing incredible attractions that you will only find here in our small but bountiful part of Southwest Virginia.

Travel Safe Fall Wytheville

Just a reminder about a couple of things that are NOT cancelled, Exercising and Learning. Get some fresh air and discover Wytheville’s fascinating history while getting your steps in.

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“On the streets of Wytheville, you half expect to see a Ford Galaxie 500 with Andy Griffith at the wheel,proffering a friendly wave and inviting you for an ice cream and to go fishing with Opie. But the shops in Wytheville are more cosmopolitan than in Mayberry, and the lodging and dining much more contemporary. And beautiful natural sights throughout Wythe County offer adventures other than merely casting a line over the water.”

Annie Tobey, Boomer Travel Magazine

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Wytheville, VA

“On the streets of Wytheville, you half expect to see a Ford Galaxie 500 with Andy Griffith at the wheel, proffering a friendly wave and inviting you for an ice cream and to go fishing with Opie. But the shops in Wytheville are more cosmopolitan than in Mayberry, and the lodging and dinning much more contemporary. And beautiful natural sights throughout Wythe County offer adventures other than merely casting a line over the water.” – Annie Tobey, Boomer Travel Magazine

Wytheville, VA

“The views from the top of the Big Walker Lookout tower were amazing, I could have stayed and looked out all day! After climbing the tower I explored the tiny country store, which was full of unique items and souvenirs. Definitely a place I would recommend if you are in the area!” – Trip Advisor traveler review (5 stars) (Best of the BRPW)

Wytheville, VA

“My husband and I were on a spur-of-the-moment week-end getaway and were simply wandering the backroads of southwest Virginia. We avoided the interstates by taking Hwy. 21. On a map that we had picked up in Wytheville, VA, we saw the ad for a lavender, herb farm with a butterfly house. We thought we would stop by for a quick look and ended up staying 1 hour and 45 minutes! Very educational tour (all ages) of the butterfly house, lovely gardens and great Southern hospitality was extended by the owners.” -Trip Advisor traveler review (5 Stars) Blue Ridge Parkway Guide