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2814 North Lee Hwy, (formerly Ramada Inn - Lexington), Lexington, Virginia, 24450, United States
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Travel Tips for Lexington

SALUTING GENERAL JACKSON

by mtncorg

Military institutes thrive on traditions and customs. One of the many here at VMI is that you, as a cadet, when you emerge from the front of the Barracks, you salute the statue of General Jackson. Above the archway, inscribed above you are Jackson’s words, “You may be whatever you resolve to be.”

Natural Bridge & Caverns

by 807Wheaton

Higher than NIagara at 215 feet, and considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Natural Bridge in Rockbridge County was initialed by George Washington in 1750 while surveying for Lord Fairfax. Just before the American Revolution on July 5, 1774, Thomas Jefferson purchased 157 acres of land including the bridge from King George III of England for 20 shillings.
Natural Bridge is open every day from 8 AM until dark.
We visited this site quite a few years ago. At that time there was a nice restaurant adjacent to the entrance to the bridge. The caverns offer a chance to explore the underground world on a guided tour. Better than what we expected, the tour lasts about 45 minutes and explains the geology, history and folklore of the Rockbridge Co. area.

JACKSON MEMORIAL CEMETERY - GENERAL FRANCIS SMITH

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Francis H. Smith was one of the founders of and the first superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute. He built the school and then ‘rebuilt’ it after the end of the Civil War, during which time the school had been burnt by raiding Federal troops. He survived his retirement from VMI by only three months.

GEORGE C. MARSHALL MUSEUM AND LIBRARY

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VMI’s most distinguished alumnus is celebrated here. George C. Marshall was the Chief of Staff for the US Army throughout World War II. Following the War, he served as both Secretary of Defense and State, winning the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts rebuilding western Europe with the Marshall Plan.

WASHINGTON & LEE - LEE CHAPEL

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While Washington Hall - built in 1824 - serves as the centerpiece of the university, it is the Lee Chapel - built in 1867 - that tourists will gravitate towards. The chapel served as an assembly hall for the students and was built - by Lee’s request - to seat 600 students. Inside the chapel, at the front, is Edward Valentine’s statue of Lee sleeping on a battlefield cot. The statue is surrounded by replicas of Confederate battle flags. Below the chapel is the Lee Tomb, resting place for the General, his wife, sons and daughters. Lee’s office is nearby, as is a fine museum devoted to Lee’s life.

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Address: 2814 North Lee Hwy, (formerly Ramada Inn - Lexington), Lexington, Virginia, 24450, United States