Valley Turnpike Tour II

One can either choose to stay for a second night and extend your exploration of the Shenandoah Valley from Turnpike Tour I, or you can make this a separate trip all together.  There is so much to do and see in the Valley that a second, third or even fourth night wouldn't leave you looking for fun and adventure!

Meem’s Bottom Covered Bridge (Stop 8)
Covered bridges are for lovers of special places and this unusual one, at 204 feet in a single span and still in use it is worth seeing, driving and walking

Route 11 Potato Chips (Stop 9)
Route 11 Potato Chips is one of America's premier specialty chip producers. Come and try the best chips on the planet!

Shenandoah Caverns (Stop 10)
Discover an underground world of wonder with personally guided tours!   

Summers-Koontz Monument (Stop 11)
Visit this monument and learn about the tragic, post-Appomattox tragedy.

The Southern Kitchen (Stop 12)
This small town diner is a staple of the community and is well known for its home cooked meals.

Virginia Museum of the Civil War and New Market Battlefield (Stop 13)
Located on the New Market Battlefield, the Virginia Museum of the Civil War presents exhibits on the entire Civil War with special emphasis on the war in Virginia. Explore not only the museum but also the battlefield!
Explore tour sites from Turnpike Tour Day 1