The Southwest Virginia Heritage Guide lists museums, archives, libraries, resource organizations, and historical sites related to the regionís history and folk culture.

Scott County

 Carter Fold and A. P. Carter Museum
Route 614, Hiltons 24258
(276) 386-6054

Original pressings of Carter Family recordings, photos, books and instruments; performance center.
Open Sat, 6pm-showtime; all day during the festival on the first Saturday in Aug.
Admission charged.

The Homeplace Mountain Farm and Museum
Route 224, Gate City 24251
(276) 386-2465
Living history 1840s mountain farmstead in Mocassin Gap on the Wilderness Rd.
Open 10am-5pm. Call for an appointment.
Admission charged.

Scott County Chamber of Commerce
P. O. Box 609, 114 E., Jackson Street, Gate City, VA 24251
(276) 386-6665

Local information.
Open Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5pm.

Scott County Courthouse
104 East Jackson Street, Suite 102, Gate City 24251
(276) 386-3801                                                                         
Historical records.
Open Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5pm.

Natural Tunnel State Park
Rt. 871, Duffield, VA 24244
(276) 940-2674
850 ft. long natural tunnel, camping, swimming, picnic area, Cove Ridge Center,

Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail

Established in 1775 and traveled by over 300,000 settlers, the Wilderness Road travels through the county.

Bush Mill
State Route 680, Nickelsville 24271
(276) 479-2965
Operational mill built between 1896-97; demonstrations offered.

Dungannon Depot
c/o Dungannon Development Commission, Dungannon, 24245
(276) 467-2665  Tours by appointment.
Restored railroad station combines history with the present day.