Lewisburg

Downtown Lewisburg is the perfect getaway for great food, fun and entertainment right in the heart of the Greenbrier Valley.

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A Bird’s Eye View of Downtown Lewisburg

Walking down Washington Street downtown is like taking a trip back in time to old-world Southern hospitality and charm. You will find award-winning restaurants, art galleries, beautiful antique shops, sidewalk cafes and eclectic boutiques.

A quick stop at The North House Museum, run by the Greenbrier Historical Society, will give you a glimpse into the history of this quaint little town. Lewisburg is named after General Andrew Lewis, who surveyed the town in 1751. He set up camp by a spring, and over time the town grew up around the spring. From the American Revolution through the Civil War, Lewisburg has played an important role in our country’s evolution.

While Lewisburg is enticing any time of year, local businesses and nonprofits cooperate to do host some special events in celebration of every season:

Monthly Microevents
With music, art, food and fun throughout downtown, themed microevents take place from April through December.

Harvest Chills in the Hills – late September to October

Colorful chrysanthemums, crotons, corn shocks and gourds decorate the downtown, which hosts an outdoor movie night and pet costume parade in recognition of the harvest and cooler evenings.

Taste of Our Towns – October

Amidst the amazing colors of fall foliage, join us as our local restaurants and chefs craft their best bites for Taste of Our Towns, benefitting Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg.

Magic of Christmas – late November to December

Weekend carriage rides, warm treats, sparkling lights, a mailbox to the North Pol, visits with Santa and finely curated specialty shopping…all converge into weeks of matchless merriment.

Girls Day Out – December

Grab your girlfriends for a weekend away of shopping, boutique accommodations, theatrical performances, trails, spas, food and drinks.

Chocolate Festival – April

Featuring everything chocolate, this festival is a sweet treat for the whole family and benefits the Greenbrier Valley United Way.