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Balthis House
101Chester St
Front Royal, VA 22630
Phone: 540-635-1446
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Built circa 1787 and named for the William Balthis family, who lived here from 1838 to 1908. It is the oldest surviving house in Front Royal. For access to the Balthis House, please visit the Ivy Lodge.
Battle of Front Royal Driving Tour
414 E Main Street
Front Royal, VA 22630
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Phone: 540-635-5788
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The Town of Front Royal cordially invites you to take a trip back in time to experience what the soldiers and citizens experienced on that unseasonably warm Friday of May 23, 1862. You will feel what the Confederate Troops must have felt after having to march all morning and then ordered to make a torturous ascent of over 400 feet within 1 1/2 miles. You will visit historic homes of the area where the tide of the battle flowed. Please allow at least a couple of hours for the tour. Contact the Visitor Center for information and guide books.
Belle Boyd Cottage
101 Chester Street
Front Royal, VA
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Phone: 540-636-1446
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Belle Boyd was a teenage girl who stayed with her aunt and uncle in Front Royal. While living at the Cottage, she spied on the Union troops occupying the town and informed Stonewall Jackson of their size and movement. Visit the Ivy Lodge to tour the Cottage.
Front Royal/Warren County Visitor Center
414 East Main Street
Front Royal, VA 22630
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Phone: 540-635-5788

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Rated number 1 on Trip Advisor the staff of the Front Royal/Warren County Visitor Center will help you enjoy your visit to the area. The Visitor Center is located in the historical train station built circa 1885.
Historic Front Royal Walking Tour
414 East Main Street
Front Royal, VA 22630
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Phone: 540-635-5788
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Please visit the Front Royal Visitors Center for a complimentary copy of our self-guided tour detailing the making of our town. We are proud of this historic town, which has played a significant agricultural, industrial, educational, religious, and military role from the early days of the Republic. See our oldest surviving home, our caboose, the train depot and other sites of historical significance.
Ivy Lodge - Museum, Gift Shop & Warren Heritage Society
101 Chester Street
Front Royal, VA 22630
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Phone: 540-636-1446
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Formerly the Davis Roy House (established 1825) and Samuels Public Library (established 1952), the Ivy Lodge presently houses a free museum, gift shop and the Warren County Heritage Society's offices.
Laura Virginia Hale Archives
101 Chester Street
Front Royal, VA
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Phone: 540-636-1446
The archives is named after a local historian and includes genealogical and historical documents from Warren County and the Town of Front Royal. The Warren Heritage Society runs this wonderful treasure. There is a nominal fee for non-members of the Warren Heritage Society for archival research.
Prospect Hill Cemetery
200 W Prospect Street
Front Royal, VA 22630
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Phone: 540-635-5468
At the entrance to the cemetery is the Mosby Monument. This monument, erected in 1899, commemorates the lives of seven John S. Mosby's Rangers who were executed in Front Royal in September of 1864. General Grant, who was frustrated by the daring raids made by Mosby's Rangers in the Northern Shenandoah Valley, issued the order to immediately hang any of Mosby's men who were captured. The seven men commemorated on this monument died as a result of the order. On a circular lot at the top of the hill, known as Soldier's Circle, lay the remains of 276 soldiers representing each of the thirteen states of the Confederacy. From this hill, Stonewall Jackson directed his troops during the Battle of Front Royal on May 23, 1862.
Shenandoah National Park
Off Route 340, 1 mile from Front Royal Visitors Center
Front Royal, VA 22630
Phone: 800-999-3500, 800-999-4714
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Shenandoah National Park is a great place for all kinds of outdoor pursuits! You can drive leisurely along Skyline Drive to take in the incredible views. Or hike along some of the park's over 500 miles of hiking trails, walking along the Appalachian Trail or heading to a waterfall, swimming hole or a majestic mountain peak. Fishing is permitted (with a license) in the many streams. Lodging is available at the park's campgrounds (no RV hookups) , cabins and in-house rooms. Please check the website as they will offer different amenities. Reservations may be required. Open year round, weather permitting. Stop in the Front Royal Visitors for directions and more information.
Shenandoah River/Raymond R. Andy Guest Jr. State Park
350 Daughter of Stars Drive
Bentonville, VA 26610
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Phone: 540-622-6840
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Offering 1,604 scenic acres with over 5 miles of frontage on the beautiful South Fork of the Shenandoah River located approximately 8 miles from Front Royal. An ideal setting for camping, hiking, fishing, picnicking or just plain relaxing, all within view of the magnificent Massanutten Mountain to the west and the fabled Shenandoah National Park to the east. There are several campgrounds to choose from. Reservations are required.

The ""fish trap"" access area, near Shelter 3 is suitable for wade fishing. Freshwater fishing available.
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