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Downtown Directory / Kid-Friendly

Harrisonburg Farmers Market

The Harrisonburg Farmers Market mission is to provide the public with easy access to fresh, nutritious, locally produced agricultural goods and crafts of the highest quality, to assist local and regional farmers and other producers to directly market their products to the local customer base, and to support environmental stewardship and community well-being. more

Harrisonburg Fire Museum

Discover the history of the Harrisonburg Fire Department, located on the third floor of the Public Safety Building. The Harrisonburg Fire Department Museum features a rich display of historic fire memorabilia such as uniforms, medals, equipment, old fire alarms, and photographs. more

Heritage Bakery & Cafe

Heritage Bakery & Cafe makes everything in their cozy 200 square foot kitchen, from an ever-changing daily selection of freshly baked goods, breakfast and lunch items, and a variety of special orders for all occasions such as “design it yourself” cakes, italian macarons, cheesecakes, etc. For lunch, they offer seasonal salads, sandwiches, and soups, featuring a kid's menu as well. more

Jess’ Downtown Restaurant

Jess' has been serving hamburgers and hot dogs lunch-counter style since 1922. They've since added other fare to the menu - salads, sandwiches and pies - but it's the hot dogs and hamburgers that customers come back for. more

Kline’s Dairy Bar

If you've ever seen the lines on a warm summer evening, you'll know why Kline's has been a downtown icon since 1943. Their ice cream made fresh daily in an old fashioned, custard-style ice cream machine and served out of a walk-up window. Check out their website for the flavor of the week. more

L & S Diner

L & S Diner provides guests with a classic American breakfast and lunch experience, with a side of southern hospitality. For breakfast, you can't go wrong with their selection of omelets, home fries, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, french toast, grits, bacon, and more. If you're an early bird, this is the place for you! more

Larkin Arts

Owned by local couple, Valerie and Scott, Larkin Arts is a community-minded art center, committed to promoting and supporting artists and enthusiasts of all ages and levels by providing quality art products, education, exhibits, and working studio space. Larkin Arts offers 4 main components: a supply store, school, galleries, and studios. more

Lola Mo’s Delicatessen

Lola Mo's Delicatessen recently came to Harrisonburg as downtown Harrisonburg's first deli, and they've truly perfected the craft of fresh meats and cheeses, gourmet condiments, seasonal soups, coleslaws, pasta salads, chilled side-dishes—and of course—the black and white cookie. Guests have the option of choosing sandwiches like the Reuben, and can also create their own sandwich, with made-to-order ingredients such as cracked pepper turkey, genoa salami, black forest ham, london broil, and for the vegetarian/vegan option, smoked tofu. For dessert, they have selections of cheesecakes, pies, soft caramels, 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

Pale Fire Brewing Co.

Pale Fire Brewing is one of five craft breweries in downtown Harrisonburg. They've mastered the art of entertaining by creating a beautiful space to relax with great tunes and beer. Grab a book from their Little Free Library and a pint and sink into their comfy couch or enjoy the patio and take in their long list of events, from music performances and trivia nights to a monthly Books & Brews events with local authors. more