Top 6 Things to do in Ruckersville, Virginia

Ruckersville is a census-designated place (CDP) in Greene County, Virginia, United States, located in a rural area north of Charlottesville. The population as of the 2010 census was 1,141. The community lies amidst hills, mountain views, trees, and farmland. It is located at the intersection of two major highways, north–south U.S. Route 29 and east–west U.S. Route 33. It was founded by the same family that established Ruckersville, Georgia.

1. Vietnam War Foundation Museum

6265 Spring Hill Rd, Ruckersville, VA 22968-3635 Museums, Military Museums
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5 based on 13 reviews

Vietnam War Foundation Museum

Reviewed By 766ronaldb - Arlington, VirginiaArlington, Virginia

Memorial day at the Vietnam War Foundation Museum

I saw a news piece on the Vietnam War Foundation Museum outside Ruckersville, VA. They are normally a "by appointment only" museum. But they were having a three day open house for Memorial Day. You know that you are getting close after driving through the

2. Greene County Visitor Center

8315 Seminole Trl, Route 29 South, Ruckersville, VA 22968-3478 Traveler Resources, Visitor Centers
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5 based on 3 reviews

Greene County Visitor Center

Reviewed By Alan Y - Stanardsville, VirginiaStanardsville, Virginia

Great Visitor Center

I was not expecting such a comprehensive regional Visitor Center. The staff was very helpful in meeting my tourism questions. I saw resources for all parts of the State with a lot of material for the Shenandoah National Park and the Charlottesville region

3. Montifalco Vineyard

1800 Fray Rd, Ruckersville, VA 22968-9422 Food & Drink, Wineries & Vineyards
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Montifalco Vineyard

A Monticello microwinery growing wine grapes and making artisan wines with international inspiration. Join us! No groups larger than 6, Ages 21+, Pups on a leash. No buses, no limos.

Reviewed By GabrieLChar42

Fabulous experience

This boutique winery offers a unique personalized experience with excellent Virginia wines and a selection of rare international wines offered for tasting. This is a perfect place to spend a quiet afternoon with a glass of delicious wine with beautiful vi

8287 Seminole Trl, Ruckersville, VA 22968-3490 Shopping, Gift & Specialty Shops
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4.5 based on 14 reviews

Ruckersville Gallery

Reviewed By Imzpickle - Sterling, VirginiaSterling, Virginia

Great for vintage and antiques

We visited several shops in the immediate area and we spent the most time (and $$) here. The people were friendly and there was lots to see. If you're in the area to look for antiques or vintage items, make this a stop.

5. The Wooly Lam

9422 Seminole Trl, Ruckersville, VA 22968-3323 Shopping, Antique Stores, Gift & Specialty Shops
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4.5 based on 7 reviews

The Wooly Lam

The Wooly Lam is an antiques and gift shop with an appeal and personality all its own. It is the bright and sunny home of more than 40 knowledgeable vendors on two large floors. On any given day, you will find an exciting mix of vintage goods such as tools, collectibles, toys and furniture, as well as jewelry, glassware, a variety of shabby chic furniture and much more.

Reviewed By Indy_Cindy_LPN - Charlottesville, VirginiaCharlottesville, Virginia

Room after room of antiques, collectibles & various treasures

I've driven by this place numerous times but today was the first time I actually stopped & took a look inside. There was a veritable treasure trove of goodies to endlessly peruse ... a seemingly endless assortment of antiques, collectibles & various treas

6. Rummage 33

14343 Spotswood Trl, 1/2 Mile from Rt.29 on Rt.33 West, Ruckersville, VA 22968-3077 Shopping, Antique Stores, Gift & Specialty Shops
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5 based on 9 reviews

Rummage 33

Great shop with many vendors and lots of variety. Antiques, vintage, retro, furniture, jewelry, glassware and so much more. Dipped ice cream and old time bottled soda. A great experience for the whole family.

Reviewed By Indy_Cindy_LPN - Charlottesville, VirginiaCharlottesville, Virginia

Plenty to see!

When in Ruckersville, take a little time to wander through this hidden gem. You'll find a broad variety of delightful treasures, at prices that won't break the bank. I found myself captivated by the 'music room', various pieces of furniture that seemed to

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