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Front Royal Visitors Center
#1 of 14 things to do in Front Royal
The trolley is awesome too- Kids ride free!
Even if no family history, I recommend Front Royal for visit to this charming town - which had preserved its roots, while adding new attractions and hip new restaurants!
Skyline Caverns
#2 of 14 things to do in Front Royal
Deep underground, amazing formations, great guide, experienced, both in knowledge about the caverns and making it extra interesting for the children, like our two boys.
The tour was great for kids and adults alike, with the chance to see stunning cavern features and beautiful anthodite cave crystals.
Front Royal Canoe Company-Day Trips
#14 of 14 things to do in Front Royal
The children enjoyed it!! Staff are very good!
My kids had so much fun that they've agreed to take a longer trip next visit - in just 2 weeks!!
Grace Place Christian Store
#14 of 14 things to do in Front Royal
Grace Place has a wonderful selection of books, bibles, movies, cd's, statues, medals, jewelry, rosaries, cards, holy cards, essential oils, clothing, toys sacramental gifts and more plus a fun kids play area and...
Grace Place Christian Store is located on beautiful Main Street in Front Royal and is the perfect place to find great gift ideas for your family and friends!
Shenandoah River State Park Bentonville 7.7 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Bentonville
-Bring strollers, tikes bikes, scooters - the loop is perfect for kids to roam/play And great service!
Wonderful family location!
Dickey Ridge Visitor Center Shenandoah National Park 3.2 mi away
#9 of 22 things to do in Shenandoah National Park
We also picked up a ghost stories book to read to the kids while in our tents or in front of a campfire on our next trip. .
We went to the visitor to ask about hikes and grab the kids junior ranger books.