The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley has a tradition of placing follies in the gardens, each uniquely specific to its home within the landscape. This tradition is continued with the design of the Wind View Shed: this folly acts as a shelter and a promontory point for viewing the cows, the park, and the landscape. It also serves as bleachers for small gatherings or for resting along the trail.
Aerial view of the folly
The view out to the valley and mountains
The approach to the Wind View Shed