Cities Journal names Lexington one of "Virginia's top 14 small cities"

It’s no surprise to Kendal residents that Lexington, VA was named one of Virginia’s “Top Small Cities” for 2014! With two colleges, a charming downtown, historic landmarks, cultural activities and friendly people, Lexington offers a little something for everyone. Cities Journal calls Lexington, VA a “mecca for history buffs” and lists historical points of interest such as the George C. Marshall Museum, Lee Chapel and the Stonewall Jackson House.

The small town lifestyle is what attracts many people to Lexington, VA. Many retirees are choosing to escape the gridlock of Northern Virginia and other metro areas for a more relaxed pace in Lexington, VA. The Shenandoah Valley is an easy drive from Washington D.C., Charlottesville and Richmond yet it seems worlds away… Stroll along the grounds of Washington & Lee University, take a carriage ride through historic downtown Lexington, visit an art gallery or try some Rockbridge County wine. The charm, history and culture of Lexington attracts visitors from across Virginia and the nation.