South Boston Museum
The South Boston Museum describes the rich history of this small town in Southside, Virginia. There is an exhibit of its favourite son, former Virginia governor and congressman for the 5th district, William Munford ("Bill") Tuck, for which an airport and a stretch of Route 58 are named. The lady at the gift shop said they didn't tell her when they put the Bill Tuck exhibit in. She saw the lifelike replica of the former governor sitting at the desk and it "like to scared her to death."
- Historical Travel
The Prizery is an 1890s tobacco warehouse on the Dan River renovated to be a performing welcome centre, performing arts theatre (including auditorium), art gallery, a 400-seat banquet facility and remote learning centre. The Prizery is a key part of the downtown revitalisation effort.