TOWN OF LURAY
Situated in the Shenandoah Valley, Luray, founded in 1812, is the county seat of Page County, Virginia. The town is home to approximately 5,000.
Though it is a small town seeded in tradition and community, the people of Luray are forward-thinkers with businesses and ideas that keep improvements and enhancements in place for the town. Luray offers residents and visitors a unique view of both Virginia's delicately-preserved past and our commitment to a progressive future. Luray Downtown is home to the overwhelming majority of our town's cherished historical sites and points of interest. From countless Civil War-era landmarks to restored properties dating back to the 1700s, to quaint shops, charming bed and breakfasts, and unique restaurants and cafes, Luray has something for everyone.
It's easy to spend part of a day sightseeing among the monuments and murals, art galleries and along the Luray-Hawksbill Greenway, which defines the relaxed character of Luray Downtown.