Sitting on the southern end of the Shenandoah Valley, lies Natural Bridge. Dubbed “The most sublime of nature’s works” by Thomas Jefferson, who once owned the land that it stands on. This limestone wonder was slowly carved away by the waters of Big Creek which once flowed through its arches. It quickly grew to be a popular tourist attraction with visitors from all over the world making the trip by horseback or horse-drawn carriage. Now it serves as a National Historic Landmark, marking the way to the historic Cedar Creek Trail and the Monacan Indian Living History Village. Step back into pre-colonial times and learn about the traditional cooking, tool making, and weaving techniques that were used some 300 years ago.
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