AAA Agents Package

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AAA Explore Shenandoah Package Rate Includes:
  • 2 Nights' Lodging (Sunday through Thursday) at Skyland or Big Meadows Lodge
  • Breakfast Each Morning
  • A Shenandoah Scavenger Hike Book
  • Admission to Luray Caverns & Attractions
  • Admission to the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

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Rate is also available by calling 877-847-1919 and mentioning Promo Code: AAAAGENTSK (Skyland) or AAAAGENTBM (Big Meadows Lodge).

Disclaimer: Two-night consecutive stay is required to book this package. Promo Code and IATA number must be included at time of booking to receive rate and room commission. No commission paid on meals or attraction fees. Package rate is subject to applicable state and local taxes, and fees. Guest will receive vouchers for the attractions at the time of check-in with details, directions and contact information. Vouchers have no cash value and expire by the end of 2017. Valid late March 30 through October 5 and October 29 through November 26 at Skyland and May 11 through October 5 at Big Meadows Lodge. Excludes all weekends and peak fall foliage season.

NOTE: The National Park Service neither approves nor endorses the services or facilities outside the park area.

Luray Caverns & Attractions

Luray Caverns - Shenandoah National ParkLuray Caverns is the most popular caverns in Eastern America. Guided tours along well-lighted, paved walkways lead visitors through cathedral-sized rooms with ceilings 10-stories high, towering stone formations, and natural wonders at every turn. Enormous chambers are filled with towering stone columns, shimmering draperies and crystal-clear pools.

Luray Valley Museum
Step back in time and discover the rich history of the Shenandoah Valley at the Luray Valley Museum. Your journey begins at the log Stonyman building which houses historic items from pre-contact Native peoples to life in the bustling 1920s. Continue your exploration across a seven-acre recreation of a small 19th century farming community. Knock on the door of the 1835 home of the county's first Delegate to the Virginia General Assembly. Peek into the Hamburg Regular School, the area's first school for African American children. Read the actual signatures of Union and Confederate soldiers scrawled into the walls of the Elk Run Dunkard Church.

Car & Carriage Caravan
Feast your eyes on the stunning centerpiece of the collection, an 1892 Mercedes-Benz - one of the oldest cars in the country still in operating condition. Check out the precursor to the Chevy Volt, the 1908 Baker Electric. And, bask in the indulgent 1925 Rolls Royce owned by silent film star Rudolph Valentino.

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

Museum of the Shenandoah ValleyThe Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) is dedicated to preserving and enriching the cultural life and heritage of the Valley for which it is named. This regional history complex includes a house dating to the eighteenth century, six acres of spectacular gardens, and a 50,000-square-foot museum featuring changing exhibitions, a permanent display of miniature houses, and an expansive gallery exploring the history and decorative arts of the Shenandoah Valley. The galleries are open year-round; the house and gardens April through October.
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Excursion Onto Your Stay
Thurs, June 15 - Vintner Dinner Featuring Horton Vineyards
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P.O. Box 727, Luray, Virginia 22835 | 877-847-1919