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The Weather in Lexington
This is the climate diagram in Lexington. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 75°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 21° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Enjoy mountain cabins and historic rental homes in Lexington, Virginia
The beautiful mountain landscape of Lexington, Virginia is straight from a postcard. There are cabins in the hills and quaint cottages in the city.
Visit Civil War era generals
The gravesite of the Confederate General Robert E, Lee is a National Historic Landmark located on the campus of Washington and Lee University. When Lee died his body was laid to rest beneath the Lee Chapel on the grounds of the college. A statue of Lee in his uniform is meant to signify the general "asleep on the battlefield".
The Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetray is located in the heart of downtown Lexington near the campus of the Virginia Military Institute. General Stonewall Jackson is buried there with his entire family along with other Confederate soldiers.
Lexington is for nature lovers.
The Natural Bridge is a natural geological arch in a state park in Rockbridge County that spans 90 feet. The park offers many attractions including a recreation of Monacan Native American housing and a trail along Cedar Creek.
The George Washington and Jefferson National Forest is a short drive West for a great hiking, fishing and climbing experience in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains. The natural wonder of the forests are tremendous in the fall when all the leaves change colors turning the forest into an artists palette.
Appalachian culture anyone?
The Annual Guy Carawan Bluegrass Jam is held at nearby Glen Maury Park showcasing some of the best Bluegrass the town has to offer and bringing back some of the charm of Appalachian culture with song and dance.
First Friday's in Lexington are a celebration of the arts, culture and community within the city. The celebration offers local food, music and art with a stroll around Downtown Lexington. First Friday's are held on the first Friday of every month.
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