Berryville Main Street is a not-for-profit founded in 1992 to promote and support downtown Berryville as the retail, commercial, and cultural center of Clarke County.
Our Vision:Create a vibrant, prosperous downtown Berryville in which residents feel great pride and visitors are constantly delighted.
Our Mission:Support local businesses and tourism by developing partnerships and sponsoring events that engage the entire Berryville, Virginia, community.
Berryville – population 4,000 – sits along Va. 7 (Harry Byrd Highway) in the northern Shenandoah Valley, about 90 minutes west of Washington, D.C., and 10 miles east of Winchester, Virginia.
Berryville developed in the 18th century as a crossroads settlement, and it is the seat of Clarke County. It has preserved its small-town feeling in the 21st century despite the urban sprawl in neighboring Loudoun and Frederick counties. Clarke County – population 14,500 – is known for preserving its open space, farmland, and historic resources as well as its beautiful vistas of the Blue Ridge mountains and Shenandoah River.
The Town of Berryville is equally committed to preserving and revitalizing its downtown. Unique restaurants, shops, services, a park, and a magnificent visual and performing arts venue – the Barns of Rose Hill – are all located in a walkable downtown that is loved by residents and ideal for visitors planning day trips and weekend getaways.
There really is something for everyone in Berryville! Experience its charm for yourself.