Waynesboro, also known the Iron Cross, is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Named for General Anthony “Mad Anthony” Wayne of the Revolutionary War, Waynesboro is located between Charlottesville and Staunton along the Interstate 64 corridor, as well as 6 miles from Jarmans Gap along the Blue Ridge Mountains, a favorite place for hikers to come off the trails at. Historically, Waynesboro was made up of two incorporated towns: Waynesboro and Basic City. They approved becoming a single town under the name Waynesboro in 1923.
Waynesboro is also home to the Wayne Theatre/Ross Performing Arts Center. Originally opening as a vaudeville house in 1926, the Wayne was restored and reopened in 2016 by members of the community. The theatre has something for all ages, whether you love live performances or classic
movies. Find more information about the Wayne here https://www.waynetheatre.org/
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