Waynesboro is located in Southern Franklin County, only a stone's throw from the Maryland border. The bedroom community's culture and charm is reflected in the many businesses, restaurants, and community organizations.
Antique enthusiasts come from far and wide to hunt for treasures at James and Jess' House of Goods. Step back in time with a visit to the Renfrew Museum and Park, a restored farmstead full of period artifacts and a collection of John Bell pottery. Galleries and music venues supported by the Arts Alliance of Greater Waynesboro are lively on Friday nights with performances by local musicians. On Saturday mornings, visit the Farmers Market hosted by Main Street Waynesboro Inc. The Main Street program keeps Waynesboro busy by throwing events like, Wizarding Fest which transforms Main Street park into a magical alley.
Refuel with a coffee from Brio, a coffee bar brewing in a former bank building. Folks with a sweet tooth can visit two local candy stores, including Zoe's Chocolates, who creates their confections on site. Grab a scoop of ice cream at Antietam Dairy. Enjoy over 60 flavors of tea brewing at TranquilaTEA, charming a tea room and gift shop. Dine at Sapporo Japanese restaurant which boasts the best Japanese and Korean food in the area. Catch a flick at the Waynesboro Theatre, which was renovated thanks to community efforts. Waynesboro's appeal and charm is evident on your first visit. Explore what makes them special on this tour of Waynesboro.