Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center

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Adjacent to Staunton’s revitalized Main Street district sits the Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center, which was named for Confederate general and Virginia native Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. The impressive brick structure, designed by H.L. Stevens, opened in 1924 and boasted a one-of-a-kind Wurlitzer organ. The hotel quickly became the premier gathering spot for Shenandoah Valley society. Staunton boasts a fine collection of antique homes and buildings, reflecting every style from Queen Anne to Colonial Revival, many of which have been painstakingly preserved.
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Explore the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum, Shenandoah National Park, the Frontier Culture Museum, and Gypsy Hill Park nearby.

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Discover the Colonial Revival architecture of the Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center.

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Explore the Frontier Culture Museum.

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Experience the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum.

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Taste the unique regional flavors of Sorrel's Lounge.

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