On Thursday, March 12, 2020 the Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Ralph Northam, declared a state of emergency for the state. And, though we would love to have you come visit us here in Lynchburg, we know this is a time to stay where we are for the health of our nation.
So during this time of refrained travel, we encourage you to keep those plans you made to visit LYH but change the dates to later this spring, summer or fall. Lynchburg’s beautiful scenery will still be here, our chefs will be waiting to serve you their latest creations, and our must-see sites and attractions will still welcome you with tales of historic moments and adventurous activities. So take some time and peruse our website for ideas on what to do and where to go as you plan your later visit with us.
Though we are sequestering ourselves at home, you can still get out for some fresh air or sit in the bubble of your car. Wherever you are, take a walk in your local park or trail system, or take a walking or driving tour of a local historic district. Take a kayak or canoe out on a nearby river or lake and do a little window shopping (make a list of the things you desire and come back to the shop at a later date).
We look forward to seeing you later. Stay healthy! #PostponeNotCancel