The Tourism office in City Hall is open to the public as of July 13. The Staunton Visitor Center remains closed to the public at this time. If you need information or have a question, please contact us by phone at 540-332-3865 or email. Visit our Travel Advisory page for information on our area attractions and event cancellations.
We encourage the traveling public to seek and heed the latest expert guidance, and to make fact-based travel decisions. Find out more on the CDC's website regarding travel in the United States.
To help our visitors and residents continue to do business with the city, visit the city's COVID-19 information page. For ways on how you can support local businesses checkout the Staunton Downtown Development Association's website.
Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley, Staunton’s historic downtown delights visitors with its vibrant arts scene and great restaurants. And the amazing architecture and compact downtown make for great walking and exploring opportunities.
See firsthand why Travel+Leisure named Staunton one of “America’s Favorite Mountain Towns.” Enjoy a night of theater at the Blackfriars Playhouse, the only re-creation in the world of Shakespeare’s legendary indoor theatre. Experience the Frontier Culture Museum, a living history museum illustrating the daily lives of Shenandoah Valley’s early settlers or discover the life and legacy of Woodrow Wilson at his birthplace, museum and research library, which is the first presidential library in Virginia.
For detailed information about Staunton’s attractions, lodging, dining, shopping and events, see www.VisitStaunton.com.
Staunton Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Staunton Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) increases awareness of the City of Staunton as a visitor destination through a collective sales and marketing approach that stimulates overnight stays, enhances visitor spending and ultimately produces a substantial economic impact for the City of Staunton. The Staunton CVB provides information and coordination to group tour operators, meeting planners, travel writers and film scouts. The CVB also manages the downtown Staunton Visitor Center, located at 35 South New Street.