Anyone else getting a little tired of snow and below freezing temperatures? Check out our suggestions below on how to escape your cabin fever and stay warm in Pulaski County:
Less than a mile away from I-81, Wilderness Road Museum tells the story of adventure and discovery along the Wilderness Road, the primary migration route west in the 1800’s.
The Ratcliffe Transportation Museum, located in the Town of Pulaski, continues this story with the growth of transportation, specifically trains, and its impact on business and society in small-town America.
Iron Heart Winery offers indoor tastings in a cozy, rustic environment surrounded by the farm's stories and iron-mining tales, and of course - great wine. Currently, Iron Heart is open Saturdays and Sundays. Want a feel for the winery before you go? Iron Heart has an awesome presence on social media! Check it out here.
Located above the New River, The New River Vineyard & Winery LLC offers reservation seating in a modern, mountain tasting room. (P.S. They have wine slushies!!!) Visit their Facebook page for updates on weekend hours.
Pulaski County’s first distillery, J.H. Bards Spirit Co., features locally-made whiskey and spirits served by knowledgeable and friendly New River Valley locals. View their spirits menu.
Max on Main, Pulaski’s newest hot spot, featuring delicious coffee, specialty drinks, and great eats! Their menu includes breakfast items, like their famous Belgium waffles and avocado toast. And they’ve got great paninis for lunch too!
The Pulaski Theatre hosts movies, concerts, and seminars. View their event schedule here.
For years, Thee Draper Village has been known as a place of gathering in Pulaski County. Dine at Village Table for breakfast or lunch, shop at the Curious Quill and Marketplace, and explore all that Draper has to offer.