Downtown Directory / Books + Music

150 Franklin Street Gallery

Established in 1995, the 150 Franklin Street Gallery is the first multicultural fine arts gallery in Harrisonburg. It features original work by outstanding local and national artists, in a variety of mediums: oils; acrylics; handmade paper; bronze; wood; ceramic sculpture; watercolors; fiber and fabric creations; monoprints. more

Downtown Books

Downtown Books is run by an iconic independent bookseller, Bob Schurtz, who sells a variety of used books, videos, CD's, DVD's, comic books, postcards, cards, and more. more

Glen’s Fair Price Store

Glen's Fair Price Store sells everything from costumes to cameras. They also offer costumes for rentals, knick-knacks, toys, games, and more. more

Massanutten Regional Library

Founded in 1928, Massanutten Regional Library has been an integral resource for the central Shenandoah Valley for over 80 years. The library is conveniently located next door to the children's museum. more

Rocktown Gift Shoppe

Rocktown Gift Shoppe, located inside the Hardesty-Higgins House Visitor Center, is your destination for local gifts and souvenirs. The shop offers a diverse selection of Virginia’s Finest products, including jams and jellies, syrups, honey, spices, sauces, soaps, and more. It’s here you’ll find a bounty of Virginia is For Lovers merchandise, including adult and youth T-shirts, mugs, bags, water bottles, magnets and other products. The gift shoppe is also home to hiking trail books and maps, as well as Civil War memorabilia, postcards, jewelry, Virginia candies and peanuts, Route 11 Potato Chips, lavender products, and a variety of books written by and about local people. more

Rocktown Yarn

Rocktown Yarn is owned and operated by Amy Strunk. Amy is also a life-long fiber enthusiast: her mom and partner-in-crime, Julie, taught her to knit and crochet when she was seven years old, and her grandmother taught her to sew when she was ten. more

Wonder

First opening its doors in 2009, Wonder Skate Shop is the first and only skate shop in Harrisonburg. In opening Wonder, the owners wanted to create a business that combined skating, music, and art. In Wonder, you can browse skateboards, apparel, guitars, vintage music equipment, and vinyl records. The shop prides itself on its welcoming staff and are available to assist with any questions or concerns their customers might have about their decks.  more