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Downtown Directory

Three Notch’d Valley Collab House

Three Notch'd Valley Collab House is leaving their mark on the craft beer scene in Harrisonburg with their small batches of beer. Their taproom is casual and comfy: the perfect place to hang out with friends and a brew or to check out one of their events, from Bend & Brews yoga classes on Saturday mornings to live music and art shows on the First Friday of every month. more

Timeless Toys

In creating the name and style of the store, owners Wes and Sheila wanted something that made you take a step back in time. Something to give you the happy feelings of your childhood. Something to help shape the future in a positive, creative way. Timeless Toys is to take you back to the days of yesteryear when toys were quality, fun, durable and held meaning. Want to take a walk down memory lane and allow your children that same joy? Stop by Timeless Toys to buy your children and grandchildren just those toys.  Come by Agora Downtown Market and check out their selection of classic, quality toys like wagons, marble rollers, tin toys, wooden toys & blocks, dolls, doll houses, play barns, kites, balls, cars, tricycles, and more! more

TJ’s Dermagraphics and Tattoos

TJ's is a tattoo and piercing shop and school. TJ's also does glass etchings, paintings, and custom memorial monuments in granite stone or marble. more

Union Station

Union Station represents a bit of downtown Harrisonburg's history when you walk through the doors. Each booth in the restaurant represents a building that once stood or still stands in downtown Harrisonburg. Their menu can be described as old family favorites recreated to fit modern taste, with a wide selection of appetizers, salads, steaks, seafood, burgers, and more. more

Urban Exchange

Urban Exchange is downtown's largest, mixed-use residential community offering 194 apartments. Choose from a studio, one-, two-, or three-bedroom layouts, and take advantage of the amenities. A fitness center, book exchange lounge, underground parking, and landscaped courtyard are just a handful of the modern features available. Steps away, in the same building, is a brewery, coffee shop, pizza parlor, and more. more

Urgie’s Cheesesteaks

Urgie’s Cheesesteaks brings a little piece of Philly to the Shenandoah Valley by serving up authentic cheesesteaks. The restaurant started out as a food truck run by two brothers, Steve and Tommy Urglavitch. The brothers, Philadelphia natives, saw an opportunity to introduce a long standing Philadelphia food staple to the Valley, and they jumped at it!  more

Valley Turnpike Museum

Relive the history of settlement in the Shenandoah Valley by visiting the Valley Turnpike Museum. The museum explores the history of the road known by many names, now known as US Route 11. Along this historic route, many small towns grew and prospered. more

Virginia Quilt Museum

Dedicated to celebrating and nurturing Virginia's quilting heritage, The Virginia Quilt Museum has three major exhibitions each year. Quilts from the permanent collection are displayed on a rotating basis, as space permits, during each exhibit. more

Walkabout Outfitter

Owners Kirk and Tina Miller found inspiration in hiking the Appalachian Trail and decided to open a shop dedicated to hiking, camping, and backpacking, as well as sharing their knowledge and passion for the outdoors with their customers. more

Water Street Vintage & Bohemian

This shop offers a great variety of vintage clothing, a fun selection of hats, and unique jewelry (+ much more). It's all presented in a groovy atmosphere that rewinds time back to the 60's, 70's, and 80's where the styles are making their way back into trend. more