- Updated: 06 June 2016
The Greenbrier Valley is made up of five communities: Alderson, Lewisburg, Rainelle, Ronceverte and White Sulphur Springs. Each is an eclectic small town that offers unique shopping, wonderful dining, vibrant art scenes and great outdoor recreation. Once you arrive in Lewisburg, you can head for the Visitors Center downtown (Court and Washington Streets) and pick up lots of information by speaking with the specialists there and asking questions about things to do, pick up literature and buy souvenirs. (Access their welcome video at www.greenbrierwv.com)
There are more than 50 attractions to appeal to a wide range of interests. Here a just a few:
Greenbrier Valley Farmer’s Market is open Wednesday (3-7) and Saturday (8-1) April through October at the County Greenspace at the corner of 219 and Arbuckle Lane, Lewisburg. Vegetables, fruit, meats, eggs, plants and flowers grown by organic producers in the valley.
Greenbrier River Trail is a 78 mile trail along the Greenbrier River. Originally part of the C&O Rail Systems, this
trail provides access for fishing and canoeing. It is open for hiking, biking, cross country skiing and horseback riding.
Andrew Lewis Park includes the town’s original spring that supplied water to the original settlers...
Azulyn Day Spa offers relaxing experiences for facials, massages, manicures, pedicures, etc. AzulynDaySpa.com
Downtown Lewisburg offers over 50 award winning restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, antique shops and sidewalk
cafes...America’s Coolest Small Town!
Greenbrier Valley Theatre – official professional theatre productions, art exhibits, and more...
Herns Mill Covered Bridge (1884) is one of the only two covered bridges remaining in the county...2.6 miles from
Lost World Caverns is a designated National Natural Landmark...self-guided tours available...two miles north of
White Oak Blueberry Farms offers pick your own blueberries from July to August...picking buckets and bags pro-
Sunshine Farm and Gardens is a 60 acre private arboretum and botanic garden of more than 10,000 plants from around the world...12.9 miles north of Lewisburg.
North House Museum is an 1820 National Register home displaying period furniture, textiles, Civil War items, historic
wagons and decorative arts.
Riverview Golf Driving Range offers over 300 yards of target greens, grass, trees and putting green.
So you see, there’s something for everyone! And that’s just some of what’s in Lewisburg...