Living in Lynchburg, VA

Living in Lynchburg, Virginia means being surrounded by the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains and the picturesque James River. It was the only large city in Virginia that the Union did not capture before the end of the Civil War, but it will capture your heart. The city offers unparalleled outdoor recreation and plenty of culture, including history, museums, and dining.

Things to Do

Lynchburg has plenty to keep you busy. Its most unusual offerings are the man-made "snow" slopes at Liberty Mountain that guarantee year-round skiing and snowboarding. Amazement Square, the Rightmire Children's Museum, is a favorite destination for many families; the museum even boasts a zip line. Art lovers should take in the Maier Museum of Art, while history buffs have plenty of options, such as the Old City Cemetery and the National D-Day Memorial in nearby Bedford.

Downtown Lynchburg, Virginia, offers an eclectic mix of dining options, such as Mediterranean, Mexican, and Japanese. After dinner, you could take in a movie or go for a stroll downtown. Alternatively, catch a performance at theLynchburg Symphony Orchestra or a show at the Academy of Fine Arts.

Housing in Lynchburg

The earliest and most distinctiveLynchburg real estate is found on the city's many hills. Other Lynchburg neighborhoods offer a good balance of apartments, multi-family homes, and single-family homes. Because Lynchburg, Virginia, is home to five small colleges, it has a college-town feel, and land a home near a college to get even more of that vibe.

Transportation and Travel Beyond Lynchburg

While your Lynchburg neighborhood offers many options, you can venture out to fun places nearby. Lynchburg's airport and Amtrak station make traveling far even easier.The city of Roanoke is about 56 miles away, while Richmond, the capital of Virginia, is about 115 miles away.  About 20 miles out, the Appomattox Courthouse, where Robert E. Lee surrendered. The Peaks of Otter are 36 miles from Lynchburg, VA, and offer gorgeous views as well as challenging hikes. Life in Lynchburg is a great way to combine a relaxed lifestyle with Southern charm.


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  • Lynchburg is a prime spot for outdoor sports and recreation with hiking, horseback riding, fishing, ride ATVs and even snowboard year-round on man-made slopes.
  • Take in the educational opportunities at The Rightmire Children’s Museum, the Maier Museum of Art, and the National D-Day Memorial, which is in nearby Bedford.
  • Visit downtown Lynchburg for an array of dining and entertainment options, like the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra and the Academy of Fine Arts.

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Lynchburg Real Estate at a Glance

  • 330 Homes Sold*
  • 81 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $179,900 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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