Historic Resources

The Town of Christiansburg has four historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and the Virginia Landmarks Register (VLR). The Town of Christiansburg does not have a Historic Review Board or any additional design regulations for buildings within the historic districts.

Rehabilitation tax credits are available from the state and federal government for qualified work on certified historic structures. A certified historic structure may be listed individually on the state or federal register, certified as “eligible for listing”, or certified as “contributing” to a listed historic district.

For more information, visit the Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Maps of Christiansburg's Historic Districts:

Cambria Historic District (PDF)

Christiansburg Downtown Historic District (PDF)

East Main Street Historic District (PDF)

South Franklin Street Historic District (PDF)

Virginia Landmarks Register and National Register of Historic Places:

Cambria Freight Station (PDF) (photo)

Cambria Historic District (PDF) (photo)

Christiansburg Downtown Historic District (PDF) (photo)

Christiansburg Post Office (PDF) (photo)

Christiansburg Presbyterian Church (PDF) (photo)

East Main Street Historic District (PDF) (photo)

Edgar A. Long Building (PDF) (photo)

The Oaks (PDF) (photo)

Old Christiansburg Industrial Institute (PDF) (photo)

Phlegar Building (PDF) (photo)

South Franklin Street Historic District (PDF) (photo)

Surface House (PDF) (photo)

More Resources:

The Montgomery Museum and Lewis Miller Regional Art Center

Historic Christiansburg Walking Tour