We’ve put together video tours of just some of the places and things to do here in our City.
Whether wanting to know more about meeting spaces, group tour ideas or are researching your own vacation, this video tour will give you insight into the unique places, nearby attractions and local flavor available in Lynchburg.
To get started planning your meeting or group tour & travel, contact Andrew Marks at Andrew.Marks@LynchburgVA.Gov
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Get a preview of just some of our unique spaces for your next meeting or conference.
Whether you’re coming to Lynchburg with a team, on a tour, or enjoying a large gathering of family or friends, our restaurants have a table set for you and your crew. Check out our Group Dining Ready video and see who’s waiting to serve!
The Virginian Hotel offers over 8,000 sq. ft. of event space, including the grandeur of their 1900’s-style ballroom, perfect for meetings, conferences, and receptions.
The Craddock Terry Hotel Event Center features a variety of space to accommodate your group including a large ballroom and multiple smaller function rooms — all with the hotel’s distinctive urban-chic style.
In Lynchburg, all roads lead to sites of historic importance to our nation. From the homes of some of America’s founding fathers to sites commemorating the wars that shaped our country, to places of unparalleled beauty, Lynchburg is your hub for learning and exploration.
The arts play center stage in Lynchburg, ranging from theatre to opera to numerous art galleries and museums. Get a sneak peek of our arts & culture scene.
Established in 1806, this restored public cemetery is a Virginia Historic Landmark on the National Register of Historic Places. Interpretive plaques, signage, and brochures are available throughout the 27-acre site.
Just a short ten-minute drive to the west of Lynchburg, Poplar Forest is Thomas Jefferson’s secluded retreat, now a National Historic Landmark.
The Memorial honors the Allied forces who shared in the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944, during World War II. The Memorial stands as a powerful tribute to the valor, fidelity, and sacrifice of D-Day participants.
Michelin star chefs and Food Network stars have made Lynchburg home. Walkthrough the doors of any of our restaurants and you’ll be met with extraordinary flavor and attention to detail that will keep you coming back for more.
Lynchburg’s craft beer scene is riding high with Starr Hill on Main and Three Roads Brewery both Downtown, and numerous tasting rooms around the city and region. More of a wine connoisseur? Hang out in town and sample wines from around the world, or take a short drive to any of our surrounding wineries and vineyards.
SeaQuest provides enhanced, age-specific adventures for all ages, inspiring the conservation and protection of our planet’s diverse inhabitants. Connect with animals and learn about their ecosystems through hands-on activities including feeding sharks and alligators!
Amazement Square is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary, hands-on children’s museum located in historic Downtown Lynchburg, Virginia. The museum offers four floors of hands-on, interactive exhibits designed to make learning fun.
Come dine on the Bluffwalk, a pedestrian walkway providing views of the James River and the Blue Ridge Mountains in the distance. Located between Jefferson and Commerce Streets, a stroll along this walkway leads you to chef-inspired restaurants with outdoor dining opportunities, public art displays, and shops.
The Academy Center of the Arts is Greater Lynchburg’s center for arts, culture, and community building, with a campus located on the corner of Fifth St. and Main St. in Downtown Lynchburg, Virginia.
Rent a canoe or kayak for an hour or two and enjoy the James River in Lynchburg’s urban setting. There’s a sandy beach nearby that offers great swimming and fishing. Bring a picnic lunch for a nice relaxing day on the river.