The Johnson Farm , a restored 1920 - 30’ s farm house with historic interpretive
programs. The Johnson farm was deeded to John T Johnson in 1852.
- Johnson's Orchards, established in 1919 by James Elmo Johnson great grandson of John
T Johnson. There are over 200 different varieties of apples planted. A 15 ft Johnny
Appleseed over looks the area. The web site is www.johnsonsorchards.com
- The National D-Day Memorial, Bedford lost more men per capita than
any other place
- Smith Mountain Lake with 500 miles of shoreline fishing, boating,
swimming, and outfitting
- Appomattox Court House, where the nation reunited.
- Center in the Square: Roanoke's culture star, featuring museums and galleries.
with the George Marshall Library, W+L, Lee's Tomb, and more.
- Emerson Creek Pottery.
- The Sedalia Center
- The Blue Ridge parkway and the most famous mountains in Virginia, The Peaks of Otter.
Poplar Forest, Thomas Jefferson's Summer Home.
- Lynchburg: home of the Bateaux Festival on the James River.
- Bedford City and County Museum
- Dixie Caverns
- Natural Bridge - Natural historical Landmark
- Jefferson National Forest
- Booker T Washington National Park
- Holy Land (USA)
- The world-famous Beale Buried Treasure, where over 25 million dollars worth of gold
is supposed to be buried within 5 miles . The web site is www.bealetreasure.net
- City of Bedford
- Peaks of Otter Story
- Liberty House Inn - Peaks of Otter
- Writings and Resources about the Peaks - University of Virginia
- Peaks of Otter Lodge - Visitor's Story
- Peaks of Otter Photography
- Peaks of Otter - Life and Times
- Peaks of Otter Photos
- National Park Service - Blue Ridge Parkway
- Blue Ridge Parkway Association
- Isolated Farmers on the Parkway
- Virginia Museum of Fine Arts - View from the Parkway
- Virginia Historical Society - Peaks of Otter
- Bedford Main Street
- Executive Town Car and Limousine Service - Go Executive Style
- Roanoke Outside
- And much much more.