• William King Museum is housed in a renovated school at 415 Academy Drive.  Admission is free to this center that boasts museum-standard galleries featuring art of the region and world.  Special features include artists' studios, a sculpture garden, and classes in both visual and performing arts.
  • Abingdon Arts Depot is located in a 19th century train depot at 314 Depot Square.  This is a volunteer organization promoting appreciation for regional artists and access to art for all people.  Resident artists open their studios to visitors and gladly talk about their work in watercolor, weaving, ceramics and acrylics.  The Arts Depot sponsors a juried art show during the annual Highlands Festival.
  • Holston Mountain Artisans is a cooperative of local craftspeople and artists, organized in 1971. The Artisan gallery, located one block south of the Washington County courthouse at 214 Park Street in the old county jail building (1902), is open 7 days a week during the late spring, summer, and fall, and on reduced hours in the winter and early spring. Most members of this non-profit live within a 50 mile radius. Follow on FaceBook to see current events. www.holstonmtnarts.org