Located at the northern end of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, Strasburg is the largest of the six communities in Shenandoah County and is part of the Davis Magisterial District.
There are multiple restaurants, two breweries, retail operations selling new and “vintage chic” merchandise and several one-of-a-kind shops including a hobby shop with slot car racing, an organic gardening and homesteading store and even a place to pick up unique T-shirts, tapestries and wind sculptures.
Multiple nonprofit arts organizations are also adding to the cultural landscape of Strasburg, including Staufferstadt Arts, which has been installing high-quality murals on outdoor walls in the downtown corridor; a film collaborative with plans to put on an annual independent film festival to benefit arts programs for Shenandoah County School District; and Shenandoah Museum of Contemporary Art, which is putting together a biennial art show that will utilize empty spaces all over the downtown area.
With about 75 acres of park land right on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, easy access to Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive, and within close proximity to skiing, snowboarding, caverns, biking and more, the Town of Strasburg is also a great location for outdoor enthusiasts.
Come discover the different sides of Strasburg today!