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Las mejores actividades en Lynchburg

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

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“Not sure if it is still on the menu, but if not I do believe one can still special order it. It's the Blackened Chicken Alfredo pizza. It's made with Alfredo sauce, chicken, diced tomatoes, and spinach. Definitely worth the trip!”
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Parque
“Start at the entrance on Langhorne Rd. and you can do the whole paved trail. Great place for a bike ride or run. ”
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Pizzería
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“Our favorite downtown pizzeria. It is right next to Randolph Women's College downtown.”
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Museum
“A hands-on experience,! A place that makes learning fun! Miniature zip-line and dedicated room just for painting the glass walls are included. ”
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Comedor
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“15 min drive. 'Old-timey joint with a lunch counter offering American eats, including all-day breakfast favorites.' Our 4 year old and I do daddy/son dates here for breakfast on Saturdays. I love their omelets and our son loves their "scrambled eggs and sausage" :) ”
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Farmers Market
“Homemade products: gifts, crafts, baked goods as well as fresh local produce (in season). You'll love it!”
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Restaurante estadounidense
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“My preference is the Port Wine Bleu Cheese Burger. Mouth watering! And you must try the Rosemary Parmesan Fries. Never had tried them before coming here, and believe me, these will be my choice from now one! Oh so good!”
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History Museum
“Listed on the National Historic Landmark, Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest was huge plantation and retreat home for America's 3rd President. The edifice's architecture, which is considered a fine example of neo-classical architecture, was designed by Jefferson himself. This architectural wonder is visited by hordes of nationals and tourists who come here to discover tit-bits of the life of the US President during the happy and final days of his life. Archaeological excursions are also taking place at the Poplar Forest. If you are truly interested in history or architecture, then the Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest is a must visit for you. Check website for details. ~poplarforest.org”
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Bar
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“Located in an old garage with a great back patio, amazing tacos and an impressive Tequila selection.”
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Restaurante
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“RA Bistro has a wonderful relaxing atmosphere. For my gluten free friends ,(or gluten -full LOL) you must try their Tuscan chicken (minus the sauce).”
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History Museum
“Point of Honor is a historical home that preserves and interprets Lynchburg’s history. Officially built in 1815, Point of Honor is a Federal-style home and part of the Lynchburg Museum System. ~lynchburg.guide.com”
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Ski Area
“Want to go Skiing but its summertime? No problem! This is the place for you! There's snowboarding, skiing and tubing all year round. Practice your moves, improve your skills, or just have fun!”
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University
“LU is a huge school around here, they have concerts, sports, or some form of entertainment going on almost all the time!”
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Vinatería
“If you like upscale Italian, this is the place to go! Within walking distance for a perfect evening.”
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Barrio
“15-20 min drive. Liberty's Tower Theatre features LU student casts. The Department of Theatre Arts produces six productions each season between their two stages: the Tower Theater and the Box Theater. ”
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Bar
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“Delicious and fancier dinner or lunch option nearby in the Wyndhurst community.”
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