Walking tour of Downtown Harrisonburg!
Virtual Tours by Students
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There's not time to do what is here, I think is really cute and fun. So behind me is really good pizza place a couple of minutes with fired pizza, then they also Oh, Mr Lotto Place that I've dealt with a lot of That's so good, I just ate. So right now we're in what's called the courthouse square. Behind me is the courthouse, and in the square there's a couple restaurants and stores. They have some performances in the courthouse, I think Rocky Horror Picture Show. Just show there with live shadow cast on DH. They have some other performances there, too. There are also apartment complexes in downtown Harrisonburg, and behind me is one of them. There used to be this place called The Artful Dodger here in this corner or in this square, but it recently closed, and I'm very sad. They have amazing bridges. They would have drag shows every once in a while, but that is no longer here. If you keep going farther from Jamie campus, then you'LL see Klein's, which is an amazing ice cream store. There's also one a little closer to campus. Then there's a few stores and restaurants, and you keep going the most of it. Most of it is either in this square, more back towards closer to campus. So you guys go our two restaurants called Billy Jackson. They're owned by the same person, and they're kind of bar style on the inside. So the Lady Jane has art from local artists on DH, you little pillows, Virginia on them and a bunch of cute little handmade home to core. That's the cue for just like decorating little pricey because it's all handmade locally, so these artists have to get their money somehow, but definitely were coming. Going in one day right now, standing in front of a restaurant called Jimmy Madison's A Playoff Game on I Love, Love, Love, Jimmy Madison's Have a Rooftop where you can eat when it's warm, which is super cool on their food is amazing. If you break your bike, you could go there on DH will fix it for you. I've never eat in there, but I've been inside and it's super cute. I'm in front of a restaurant called Clem in time. They also have really good food, having amazing brunch. Is that a lot of times on local artwork all over the walls. Is this place called the Agora Downtown Market? I come in here every time I come downtown. I almost never buy anything, but I just love walking around. So what it is is four or five, maybe even stakes local shops all inside the same building. They leased space and then they can sell their products. There's a couple clothing companies company about bringing your own, like reducing waste, having they have metal straws and canvas bags you bring When you conversely, shopping on DH. So by the bulk you can bring your own container is to fill up. Then there's a vintage store coffee shop on my favorite store. Has can made tote bags but campus and a couple other cool like blankets. Like I said, I come in almost every time if you have children. The children's museum, I've heard, is pretty good for how small Harrison burgers. I've never been inside, but I do have an interest in doing it. So right now I'm in front of ten thousand villages for ten thousand. Delicious is a store that sells fair trade sustainably made whether, uh, clothing on decor and carpets. Um, once again the prisons are a little high because it's all imported from most of it's imported from countries where not a lot of money. So the money is going right back to those artisans and craftsmen. Well, there's also a quote museum on a lot of churches in downtown Harrisonburg. Here's one church, and there are a lot more in the area, though there's also a museum, which I've never been inside with interest. All the baked goods are twenty percent off fresh, but there's still time.