Everyone loves our Greenway
Stop in at the Visitor Center / Train Museum
So much to do in Downtown Luray,Virginia
National Main Street Center staff, along with Virginia Main Street staff, will be visiting Luray, VA for a Transformation Strategy Workshop.
Community input is a valuable piece of this visit and we are asking you to please take a few minutes to complete this survey.
We kindly ask that you complete the survey by Wednesday, August 22 at 5pm and be aware that your answers will remain anonymous.
SPEND PART OF YOUR DAY IN DOWNTOWN LURAY
Located in Virginia’s famous Shenandoah Valley, Luray offers an impressive selection of recreational activities, major attractions, and cultural history.
Luray draws visitors to its bustling downtown, a registered National Historic District, where festivals, performing arts, paved walking trails, museums and monuments are accessible year round.
Century-old buildings house antique, boutique, and outdoor stores. A selection of locally owned and operated fine or casual eateries, are all within walking distance of B&B’s, inns and hotels.
Also home to historical sites and popular attractions dominated in natural beauty and wonder, Luray offers residents and visitors a unique experience of both Virginia’s delicately preserved past and commitment to a growing future.
“Working together to increase the economic vitality of our historic downtown.”
Pardon our Downtown Dust!
We are in process of replacing the Main Street Bridge.
But our businesses are still open. Just follow our map to find your way around the detour.
WHAT LURAY DOWNTOWN INITIATIVE DOES
Why we do it
We love Luray and we know you do too! Downtown Luray is the heart of our community and it deserves some specialized care. This Virginia Main Street Community is managed by the Luray Downtown Initiative, a nonprofit 501(c)3. We work closely with the Town of Luray and Virginia Main Street Organization to carry out its mission and vision.
“Growing up in Luray, I’ve always thought our little town had SO much potential! I’m a strong advocate for downtown — by owning a business on Main Street, I guess you could say ‘I’m all in’. I serve on the LDI Board because I want to help make it even better than it already is — for our community and also for folks who visit here.”
– Barbie Stombock
“I Love Luray! And I want to see downtown grow and for all to be prosperous! “- Nancy Lee Shifflett
“We work for downtown because, the downtown district reflects our community image, pride, prosperity, and level of investment. Downtown is the historic core of the community and its visual identity and heritage. We work with LDI to help facilitate and increase the quality of life for our citizens and added enjoyment for our visitors.”
– Bill Huffman