Danville Regional Medical Center
Danville’s past decorates its neighborhoods, and its Main Street mansions display Victorian architecture. Stroll the many blocks of Danville’s historic districts and study the details of each home listed on the National Register. You can also visit the Museum of Fine Arts and History, the Sutherlin House, which served as headquarters when Danville became the Last Capital of the Confederacy. Danville is located in Pittsylvania County, which is filled with cultural opportunities both sophisticated and simple. Children here learn to play musical instruments, dance, sing, write, and act with the special attention due to budding artists. Annual festivals enliven the streets of the county’s towns and communities. Museums, historical sites and homes, and an abundance of outdoor recreation are included in the range of amenities you'll find here.