For a map directing you to Wythe County click here.
Area: 479 square miles
Formed in 1789 from Montgomery, and named for George Wythe, signer of the Declaration of Independence. New
River flows through this county.
St. John's Lutheran Church, Rte. 21, at Wytheville
A Colonial Soldier's Home, Rte. 11, at e. entrance of Wytheville
Site of Mount Airy, Rte. 11, 12.9 miles w. of Wytheville
Wytheville, Rte. 11, at Wytheville
Anchor and Hope Plantation, Rte. 52, at Fort Chiswell
Ingleside, Rte. 11, at e. entrance of Wytheville
Lead Mines, Rte. 52, at Fort Chiswell
Toland's Raid, Rte. 52, at Bland Co. line
Seat of Fincastle County, Rte. 52, 5.5 miles s.e. of Fort Chiswell
Jackson's Ferry and Old Shot Tower, Rte. 52, 7.7 miles s.e. of Fort Chiswell
Austin's Birthplace, Rte. 52, at Poplar Camp
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