Orange County, VA – The Orange County Visitor Center located at the historic Train Depot at 122 East Main Street, Orange, Virginia, will be temporarily closed the month of January 2021.
The Visitor Center is staffed by volunteers seven (7) days a week. In order to keep our volunteers safe in the current regional COVID-19 environment, the Tourism Department is temporarily closing the Visitor Center beginning Friday, January 8th through January 31st, and will reevaluate opening in February.
Orange County Tourism requests visitors to utilize our website, VisitOrangeVirginia.com to stay up to date on all of our destinations and events through the month of January. If immediate assistance is needed during the month of January, the Tourism Department can be reached at (540) 661-5324. All calls to the Orange County Visitor Center direct phone line, (540) 672-1653, will be forwarded to the Tourism Department during the month of January.
About Orange County Tourism
The Orange County Tourism department functions as the destination marketing organization for Orange County, which promotes Orange County as a leading travel destination in Central Virginia. In 2019, visitors to Orange County spent over $53 million, which supported 624 jobs and added $3.8 million in state and local taxes. Orange County Tourism manages a state-certified Visitor’s Center, fully supported by volunteer staff, located in the historic Train Depot in Downtown Orange. The Visitor Center welcomes visitors to the county, promotes businesses and attractions, and provides community-related information to residents.
To learn more, visit www.VisitOrangeVirginia.com