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Downtown Directory

The Walton Hotel

Rent an apartment just above The Golden Pony! The Walton Hotel includes five upscale apartments located on the north end of downtown. This historic building has been converted from a hotel into spacious apartments with bamboo flooring, stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer, and custom cabinets with solid surface counters. more

The Yellow Button

The Yellow Button is the place for clothing & accessories for every woman. They showcase the best of the latest trends, while keeping their racks stocked with timeless classics. more

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

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

Truist Bank MARKET AND MASO BRANCH/ATM

Truist Bank. Driven by a common purpose—to inspire and build better lives and communities—Truist strives every day to make things better for our clients, teammates, and stakeholders. 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

Urban Hair Co.

Urban Hair Co is a small, cozy yet upscale salon in Downtown Harrisonburg. They offer both natural products from Davines and Aveda. 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