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"Amnon’s Jewelry Repair and Cleaning"


Amnon Cohen began his jewelry career in 1963 working for a jewelry manufacturer in New York City (NYC). By 1973, he opened his own repair business in the Jewelry District of NYC. His expertise was in specialty orders, line creations, handmade model making and repairs. His customers included: individual clients, antique jewelry dealers, boutique shops in upstate NY and NJ, and large NYC storefronts such as Michael C. Fina, Paul Seiden and Erwin Pearl. Having worked in the heartbeat of the jewelry world for 44 years, Amnon has seen almost every style of jewelry come across his repair bench. Amnon is sought out for his creativity and problem-solving skills when repairing and creating pieces, especially the ones that are delicate and difficult; he is known for tackling pieces other jewelers will not touch. Amnon's artistic talent, natural curiosity and thinking outside the [jewelry] box, is a true credit to his ability to repair or custom build beautiful pieces. He believes this leads to better design, smarter repairs and, oftentimes, a cost savings for the customer. That creativity and curiosity still keeps him going. Amnon has now opened a shop in Orange, and is eager to continue creating and fixing jewelry. He is available for repairs, consultations, special orders, and antique accessory repair.

Phone: (571) 294-2981

Hours: Consultations by Appointment

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"Angler’s Landing"


Angler’s Landing is a tackle shop located at Lake Orange. You’ll find live bait and lures for your fishing needs as well as a snack bar to fulfill your snack needs, too. Boat rentals are available during operating hours; however, general fishing, the marina, the handicapped-accessible pier, and picnic area are yours to enjoy year-round.

Phone: (540) 672-3997

Address: 20281 Lake Orange Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Beggars Banquet Rentals"


Beggars Banquet rentals offers a wide variety of rental options, including linens, china, flatware, glassware, tabletop accessories, catering equipment, and more! They have assisted brides and other party givers of all kinds at all types of venues, and emphasize customer service.

Phone: (540) 661-0121

Website: http://www.beggarsbanquetrentals.com/

Address: 112 May Fray Avenue, Orange, VA 22960

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"Buchanan & Kiguel Fine Custom Picture Framing"


Picture framing is an art form that requires imagination, talent and skillful execution. The qualified and knowledgeable professionals at Buchanan & Kiguel embrace this concept and offer fine, sophisticated traditional picture framing of superior quality, as well as painting and frame restoration.

Phone: (540) 672-4572

Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Website: http://www.buchananandkiguel.com

Address: 118 May Fray Avenue, Orange, VA 22960

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"Creekside Nursery & Produce"


Fresh and in season, Creekside Nursery and Produce has all of your seasonal plantings and fresh produce needs.

Phone: (540) 672-0802

Address: 258 Berry Hill Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"D & J Thrift Shop"


Room after room in D & J Thrift Store, you'll find an array of used items, such as furniture, household and garden items, clothing, books, CDs and DVDs, and electronics. With new inventory constantly stocked, you never know what you'll find from one day to the next. Those bargain antiques, unique retro items, and nifty finds are gone before you know it, so you won't want to leave D & J Thrift Store empty-handed!

Phone: (540) 672-3534 and (540) 672-2895

Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm | Sun 10am-5pm

Address: 266 Butler Place, Orange, VA 22960 and 159 Byrd Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Faulconer Hardware Store"


Faulconer Hardware – a True Value dealer - is your source for hardware and home improvement items. Paints, power tools, and lawn and garden supplies are just some of the thousands of items that can be found to help with your next home project. We are your locally-owned hardware store providing you with the expert advice and products you need for a great shopping experience.

Phone: (540) 672-4711

Hours: Mon-Fri 7am-5:30pm | Sat 7am-4pm | Some Sundays 10am-2pm

Address: 197 Madison Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Faye’s Office Supply"


Faye's Office Supply is a full-service supply store that offers a full line of your day-to-day office needs as well as office furniture, technology supplies, cleaning and breakroom supplies, custom printing, educational and promotional Items. Service with a smile also includes copying, faxing, laminating and binding in our store location. For added convenience, walk-ins aren’t necessary! Customers may call, fax, email or order directly online. And deliveries are easily handled to customers throughout Central Virginia.

Phone: (540) 672-0607

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm

Website: http://fayesofficesupply.com

Address: 131 East Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Friends of the Library Bookstore"


A good book is hard to put down. Be sure, instead, to pass it around! Donate! Friends of the Library accepts and sells bargain-priced books that have been donated by the public and the Orange County Public Library. When you buy from Friends of the Library, profits go back to helping our community and its library with reading programs, computers, and acquisition of new books and materials.

Phone: (540) 672-7880

Address: 120 Chapman Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Garden Patch"


The Garden Patch is a family owned and operated business that grows nearly all of its plants, uses only high quality seed, and sells only the best plants and produce that Orange's farms have to offer. Since we recycle many of our pots, flats, and supplies, you will not find a more green experience than in our garden!

Phone: (540) 672-1449

Website: http://www.gardenpatchva.com/

Address: 180 Caroline Street Orange, VA 22960

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"J. S. Mosby Antiques & Artifacts"


Welcome to J.S. Mosby Antiques & Artifacts, specializing in Civil War relics, general militaria, books, memorabilia, and fine American antiques. We hope you will find something to satisfy your collecting interests, and if we don't have what you're currently seeking, we'll do the searching for you!

Phone: (540) 672-9944

Hours: Thurs-Sat 10am-5pm

Website: http://www.jsmosby.com

Address: 125 East Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Life Shade"


Life Shade, Incorporated is located on the first floor of the historic Silk Mill in the center of Orange's business district. Started in 2005, this privately held company designs and manufactures lighting products for home & office, gifts for home decor, and greeting cards. All of their products are sold at wholesale and retail markets nationally and internationally and as private label. Their flagship product is a Fine Art Lampshade available in over 600 designs, 100% made in the USA. Using a design developed by Life Shade, their lighting for home decor utilizes licensed artwork from nationally acclaimed artists to produce stunning home accents.

Phone: (540) 661-3434

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm, Call ahead recommmended

Website: http://www.lifeshade.com

Address: 309 Madison Road, Suite C, Orange, VA 22960

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"Lionshare Antiques"


As you step into Lionshare Antiques, be sure to greet the shop cat if he hasn’t already welcomed you first. Step further inside and you’ll find an array of English, Early American, and Primitive pieces of unique artwork, oil paintings, collectibles, furniture, lamps and more!

Phone: (540) 672-2288

Hours: Thurs-Sat 10:30am-5pm

Website: http://www.lionshareantiques.com

Address: 109 East Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Melrose Antiques"


Joseph and Gale Danos combined decades of their experiences and inventories from an antiques business and an antique Oriental rug business, respectively, into Melrose Antiques & Interiors. The union is one of the finest collections of 18th & 19th Century furniture and Oriental rugs in the heart of Virginia.

Phone: (540) 661-1004

Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-5pm | Sun by appt.

Website: http://www.melrosefineantiques.com/

Address: 101 East Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Orange County Coffee Roasters"


Orange County Coffee Roasters purchase only the finest coffee that can be found anywhere. Orange County Coffee Roasters strive to purchase coffee that is "Responsibly Grown"(No pesticides, herbicides or chemicals and friendly to the wild life and the environment); "Fairly Traded" (ensures that the people doing the work are paid a fair wage). Whenever possible Orange County Coffee Roasters buy directly from the plantation owners or co-ops where they are making a real impact on their community and meet our standards. Dark coffees, exotic coffees, flavorings, blended coffees and expressos.

Phone: (540) 661-7308

Hours: Call ahead for availabilty

Address: 276 Berry Hill Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Orange County Farmers & Artisans Market"


Summer Market (May-October) - Saturdays 8am - 1pm (Parking Lot in Front of Faulconer Hardware) Winter Market (November - April) - Saturdays 8am-1pm (inside Historic Train Station)

Phone: (540) 672-2540

Hours: Sat 8am-1pm

Website: http://www.orangedowntownalliance.org

Address: Parking Lot at Faulconer Hardware, 197 North Madison Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Orange Pharmacy"


The Orange Pharmacy is a locally-owned, independent pharmacy that is committed to personal service and educating our customers about their health and healthcare. We carry a full range of vitamins, over-the-counter medications, walkers, wheelchairs, crutches, supports, and other medical devices. We also carry a variety of health and beauty products, unique gift items and local souvenirs!

Phone: (540) 661-5006

Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm | Sat 9am-1pm

Website: http://www.facebook.com/OrangePharmacy

Address: 130 West Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Orange-Madison Cooperative"


Whether you’re running a small hobby farm or a larger farm, tending your garden or trying to keep your yard looking green and lush, we’ll give you the tools and know-how you need to get the job done right. Southern States offers the finest in goods and services. Our expertise is based on over 85 years of experience and research, driven by the desire to ensure that everyone has access to the best in feed, seed, fertilizer and farm supplies.

Phone: (540) 672-2977

Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-5:30pm | Sat 7:30am-2pm

Website: http://www.southernstates.com/

Address: 13323 James Madison Highway, Orange, VA 22960

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"Schewels"


Schewels is a family-run company that operates more than 50 retail furniture stores in Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina. We were founded in 1897 when Elias Schewel began selling small furniture pieces out of his horse-drawn wagon. Today, you can find the same quality home furnishings, appliances, electronics and power equipment in our Madison Road store.

Phone: (540) 672-4111

Hours: Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 10am – 6pm | Sat 10am – 5pm

Website: http://www.schewels.com

Address: 213 Madison Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Shabby Love Furniture"


Come visit Hanna in beautiful downtown Orange, Virginia. Hanna got inspired by the history and old things in life so she started buying old furniture that was shabby and needed some love. Most people would donate, throw away, or think the style/color is outdated. Hanna takes these pieces and recycles them into something beautiful and useful. If you own a piece of furniture and no longer like the way it looks, or would just like a change, Hanna can re-do it! Shabby Love will work with you on colors and your style to transform your piece into the piece of your dreams.

Phone: (540) 850-9378

Hours: Mon-Fri 10:30am-5:30pm | Sat 10am-5pm

Website: http://shabbylove.weebly.com

Address: 112 East Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Terry’s Place"


A stone’s throw off the Orange’s main thoroughfare, Terry’s Place consigns an assortment of clothing and accessories for women and children. You’ll find casual to formal wear in those lovely designer brands at even lovelier prices.

Phone: (540) 672-0450

Hours: Tues–Fri 10am–5pm | Sat 10am–4pm

Website: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Terrys-Place/127864267308500

Address: 13256 James Madison Highway, Orange, VA 22960

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"Arts Center in Orange"


The Arts Center houses a large gallery and gallery shop, classrooms, and The Orange Studio. The gallery provides exhibit space to display the work of emerging artists in eight shows annually. Virginia artists stock the gallery shop with fine contemporary art, pottery, sculpture, fiber art, glassware, metalwork and jewelry. Classes offered for children and adults include drawing, painting, clay, stained glass, basketry and a variety of other arts and crafts. The Orange Studio is an Arts Center program for adult artists with mental illness and/or learning disabilities. The Arts Center provides these artists with studio space, art supplies and artistic support for the creation of their work. Artists participating in the program are gaining recognition, exhibiting nationally. When their work is sold, half of the proceeds go to the artist, and the other half helps to fund the program. The Arts Center also organizes public art projects (several of which can be viewed around town), free film fests and open studio tours, and offers community outreach to serve children, seniors and others (over 5,000 to date) who, due to age, income or handicap, would not otherwise have the opportunity to participate in the arts.

Phone: (540) 672-7311

Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Website: http://artscenterinorange.com/

Address: 129 East Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"The Alpaca Garden"


Cultivating the industry's future. Inspiring others with the alpaca lifestyle through educational growth and a novel approach.

Phone: (540) 854-6907

Website: http://www.thealpacagarden.com

Address: 26501 Stonesiffer Lane, Unionville, VA 22567

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"Emanuel Baptist Church"


Built in 1913, this is a vernacular church with Gothic Revival details, such as its pointed-arched louvered vent in entry tower. The building is notable for its fine shingle patterning.

Phone: (540) 672-5116

Address: 100 East Church Street, Orange VA, 22960

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"Barboursville Ruins"


Governor Barbour’s mansion, now preserved as a historic landmark after a Christmas Day fire in 1884, was designed by Thomas Jefferson to be the grandest residence in Orange County. With brick walls laid in Flemish bond, Palladian porticoes on two sides and a splendid central octagonal parlor, the Barbour mansion was the seat of a thriving agriculture estate of early Virginia. Barbour was Virginia’s first Governor (1812-1814), U.S. Senator, Secretary of War, Ambassador to Great Britain, and President of the Albemarle Agricultural Society as his neighbor James Madison had been before him. He is buried with members of his family on the estate in a simple gravesite, now preserved by Barboursville Vineyards.

Phone: (540) 832-3824

Hours: Monday-Saturday 10-5, and Sunday 11-5

Website: http://www.barboursvillewine.com

Address: 17655 Winery Road, Barboursville

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"Bramblewood Tree Farm"


Bramblewood Tree Farm sells choose-and-cut Christmas trees in a beautiful remote forest setting. They have Norway Spruce, White Pine, Scotch Pine, Virginia Pine, and Eastern Red Cedar (5-10 feet tall). Saws and twine provided.

Phone: (540) 236-8081

Hours: Sat & Sun 9am-4pm, Open Thanksgiving to Christmas

Address: 17157 Oakshade Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Civil War Museum at the Exchange Hotel"


This beautifully restored Greek revival structure was built as a railroad hotel in 1860. Before the Civil War, The Exchange Hotel, with its high ceiling parlors and grand veranda, welcomed passengers from two rail lines: the Virginia Central Railroad and the Orange Alexandria Railroad. During the war soldiers, supplies and the wounded were transported on these railroads to Gordonsville. The hotel became The Receiving Hospital, which provided care for 70,000 soldiers, Confederate and Union. During the reconstruction period, this hospital served newly freed slaves as a Freedman’s Bureau Hospital. The museum presents several re-enactments year round. Please visit the museum website to see current happenings.

Phone: (540) 832-2944

Hours: Mon-Thurs 10am-4pm | Fri 12pm-4pm | Sat 10am-4pm | Sun 1pm-4pm

Website: http://www.hgiexchange.com

Address: 400 South Main Street, Gordonsville, VA 22942

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"Barboursville Vineyards"


The wines of Barboursville Vineyards are so consistently honored in competitions and demanded by wine stewards, as they are -- that Palladio Restaurant is so respected by food enthusiasts of every generation and critical perspective, extending to the James Beard House in Manhattan -- that there is no more than one place on earth, where the only house within sight of your bedroom is a historic landmark designed by Thomas Jefferson -- this only begins to explain Barboursville Vineyards.

Phone: (540) 832-3824

Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm | Sun 11am-5pm

Website: http://www.barboursvillewine.net

Address: 17655 Winery Road, Barboursville, VA 22923

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"Gordonsville Visitor Information Center"


The Town of Gordonsville Visitor Information Center is located in the heart of historic Gordonsville. The center welcomes local and out-of-town visitors to help make your visit to our Town enjoyable by providing brochures, maps and local information. The center is located next to Town Hall at 200 S. Main Street. The center will occasionally display local art, civil war memorabilia and other items reflective of our community character.

Phone: (540) 832-1735

Hours: Fri-Sun 10am-5pm. Hours of operation during the remainder of the week vary and are dependent upon available staffing.

Website: http://www.townofgordonsville.org/index.aspx?nid=245

Address: 200 S. Main Street, Gordonsville, VA 22942

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"Central Virginia Wine Tours & Transportation"


Centrally based in Orange, Virginia, owner Stephen B. Sanford opened Central Virginia Wine Tours & Transportation with the desire to provide a luxurious transportation service throughout the Central Virginia area. Clients include: couples, group parties, special events, business travelers and more. Central Virginia Wine Tours & Transportation's mission is to tailor your tour to your particular interests and needs to make your experience unforgettable. They offer tours in either a Cadillac Escalade or a 14 passenger Vanterra bus.

Phone: (540) 809-3494

Hours: Tours by Reservation

Website: http://centralvirginiawinetours.com/

Address: 12234 Melton Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Lake Anna"


Lake Anna is Virginia's second largest lake and offers a sparkling array of fun from relaxing on the beach at the Lake Anna State Park, boating - yours or a rental, water skiing, some of Virginia's best fishing, and waterfront sunset dining at numerous lakeside restaurants. It is a perfect family destination sharing its shoreline with Orange County and is only a short trip from most locations in Virginia. Visit for a day, a weekend, or longer at one of the lake's many vacation rentals.

Hours: Varies by marina and location

Website: http://visitlakeanna.org/

Address: Multiple marinas and locations

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"Corn Maze at Liberty Mills Farm"


Liberty Mills Farm is home to Central Virginia’s Largest Corn Maze! With 8 miles of walking paths over 25 acres, Liberty Mills Farm offers great trivia, navigation challenges and a wonderful outdoor experience in beautiful Orange County. Four seperate trail options are available ranging from a half hour to two hours. We’ve hidden punches for you to find and quiz questions that will test your knowledge. Come for a fun day of testing your map skills and sense of direction! Completion time depends on your strategy, sense of adventure, and size of your group! The theme of this year's maze is Alice in Wonderland (photo credit Lynn Dawson & Matthew Strauss).

Phone: (434) 882-MAZE (6293)

Hours: Visit Attraction Website for Details

Website: http://www.libertymillsfarm.com/schedule-a-visit/

Address: 9166 Liberty Mills Road, Somerset, VA 22972

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"Gordonsville Presbyterian Church"


The oldest church in Gordonsville, built about 1854. General "Stonewall" Jackson worshipped here during the Civil War, and his pew is preserved in the church.

Phone: (540) 832-3504

Address: 406 North Main Street, Gordonsville VA, 22942

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"Elysium Tree Farm"


Elysium Tree Farm is owned and operated by Steve and Jo Satterfield. The farm offers beautiful views as it is located on a high hill in the southwestern mountains overlooking the Madison Valley to the Blue Ridge Mountains. Available trees include white pine, Scotch pine, Austrian pine, Concolor fir, Douglas fir, & blue spruce. The first trees were planted in 1982 and they are pleased to offer very high quality trees at moderate prices. Saws and twine are provided. Complimentary spiced hot cider and sugar cookies (in the shape of a tree) are offered to customers. Trees can be netted for a small fee.

Phone: (540) 672-4512

Hours: Fri 1pm-5pm | Sat-Sun 9am-5pm from Thanksgiving until Christmas or until sold out

Website: http://www.virginiachristmastrees.org/farms/elysium

Address: 21041 Clark Mountain Road, Rapidan, VA 22733

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"Harley Davidson Museum at Waugh Enterprises"


It's a beautiful, peaceful country road to reach us. Stop in and try on a little attitude even if you don't own a Harley! Don't forget, we've got something for all your gift shopping needs, from jewelry to collectibles and souvenirs. If it's from Harley-Davidson, it's sure to make them smile and your experience will be unforgetable!

Phone: (540) 672-5550 Toll Free (800) 889-2844

Hours: Mon - Fri 9am-5pm, Wed 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-4pm

Website: http://www.waughhd.com

Address: 385 Waugh Boulevard, Orange VA, 22960

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"Horton Vineyards"


An old-world style Tudor winery with stunning underground stone cellars, views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and a wonderful vaulted ceiling tasting room are the highlights of this beautiful winery. Horton has more than 40 wines, all available in the tasting room, and is well-known for being innovative. Meet Spirit, Voyage and Courage, three blends from Horton Vineyards made to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Jamestown. Each has a label depicting a ship painted by British artist Mike Haywood. Wine tasting and gift shop open daily 10-5, except for major holidays. Tours available upon request, but please call ahead.

Phone: (540) 832-7440

Hours: Open daily 10am-5pm, except for major holidays

Website: http://www.hvwine.com

Address: 6399 Spotswood Trail, Gordonsville, VA 22942

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"Orange County Visitor Center"


The Visitors Center is responsible for Orange County's Tourism promotion efforts; committed to raising the awareness of Orange County as a tourism destination, serving the needs of its visitors, enhancing its image and promoting its interest and name recognition-locally, nationally and internationally. It also provides visitor services such as assistance with hotel reservations, tours and visits to local attractions, as well as offering local and statewide travel information, brochures and maps. Complimentary assistance for group tour operators and travel agencies is also available. Services include coordinating lodging arrangements, attraction reservations, ticketing and event planning.

Phone: (877) 222-8072

Hours: Winter Hours: Wed-Sun 11am-3pm, Closed Major Holidays

Website: http://www.visitorangevirginia.com

Address: 122 East Main Street

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"Lake Orange and Angler’s Landing"


A fisherman's paradise, Lake Orange became popular for producing the world record white bass of 6 pounds, 13 ounces in 1989. Access to the lake is off the main lake peninsula on the western side where the boat ramp, concession, fishing pier, parking lot, picnic faciliites and plenty of great shoreline access can be found. An access permit is required for anyone 17 years of age or older that does not possess a valid Virginia hunting, freshwater fishing, or trapping license, or a current Virginia boat registration. These access permits can be purchased online at http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/licenses, by calling 1-866-721-6911 during business hours, or at any license agent.

Phone: (540) 672-3997

Website: http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/fishing/waterbodies/display.asp?id=98

Address: 20281 Lake Orange Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Nazareth Baptist Church"


This one-story, framed and masonry vernacular church was built in 1940 with Gothic Revival detailing. The church facade was bricked in 1992.

Phone: (540) 672-3401

Address: 115 East Church Street, Orange VA, 22960

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"Ellwood Manor"


Perched on a knoll overlooking Wilderness Run, the circa 1790 plantation has a rich Civil War heritage. Located on the Wilderness Battlefield, Ellwood Manor served as the headquarters for the right wing of the Union Army and houses exhibits on the battle. It also served as a Confederate Hospital and as the Headquarters of three Union generals. The family cemetery became the burial site for General “Stonewall” Jackson’s amputated arm. Operated by the National Park Service.

Phone: Chancellorsville Visitor Center: (540) 786-2880

Hours: Open Late April - October. Visit http://www.fowb.org for specific days and times.

Website: http://www.fowb.org

Address: 36380 Constitution Highway (Route 20), Locust Grove, VA 22508

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"Gold Hill Blueberry Farm"


Family farm, est. 1847. No pesitcides used. Blueberries (U-Pick), Pre-Picked Raspberries available.

Phone: (540) 222-7374

Website: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gold-Hill-Blueberry-Farm/113974898651476

Address: 12290 Daffodil Lane, Unionville, VA 22567

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"The James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage"


Discover the nation’s first museum to fully commemorate James Madison, the fourth U.S. President and “Father of the Constitution”. Located in Madison’s hometown, the museum promotes awareness of rural culture, along with Madison’s farther-reaching contributions to both agrarian economies and American history. Come and see for yourself why Thomas Jefferson called James Madison “the best farmer in the world.”

Phone: (540) 672-1776

Hours: Tues-Sat 11am-5pm

Website: http://www.thejamesmadisonmuseum.net/

Address: 129 Caroline Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Reynard Florence Vineyard"


A relative newcomer to Virginia wine, but not to Virginia, Reynard Florence is a one of a kind family farm vineyard, prioritizing quality and a personal touch in everything we do. Located in Barboursville, Reynard Florence is a hidden gem -- the perfect place to explore a true family vineyard or just escape with an award winning glass of wine. Visitors are welcome for complementary tastings in our cozy tasting room overlooking the vineyard. We look forward to meeting you. The Tasting room is now open!

Phone: (540) 832-3895

Hours: Fridays 12:00-5:00pm | Saturdays & Sundays 11:00am - 5:00pm or by appointment or by chance!

Website: http://www.reynardflorence.com

Address: 16109 Burnley Road, Barboursville, VA 22923

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"Four County Players"


Four County Players is Central Virginia's oldest, continuously operating community theater. In addition to an eclectic selection of stage plays and musicals, the Players are well known for their Shakespeare productions.

Phone: (540) 832-5355

Website: http://www.fourcp.org

Address: 5256 Governor Barbour Street, Barboursville VA 22923

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"Germanna Visitor Center"


The Germanna Visitor Center is located on Virginia Route #3, between Fredericksburg and Culpeper, adjacent to the Germanna Community College's main campus which is built on land donated by the Germanna Foundation to the Commonwealth of Virginia for the purpose of building the college. The Visitor Center building was dedicated in July 2000 and is open to visitors from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. We do recommend that out-of-town visitors call to confirm that the center will be open at the time of your visit and to make special arrangements for groups. We invite you to come visit us and enjoy the beautiful scenery and unique architecture found in this area of Virginia so rich in history. This land speaks of a great triumph of the human spirit and the rich legacy of colonial Virginia.

Phone: (540) 423-1700

Hours: Tues-Sat 1pm-5pm

Website: http://www.germanna.org/visitor_center

Address: 2062 Germanna Highway, Locust Grove, Virginia 22508

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"Rapidan River Kayak Company"


Enjoy paddling down a scenic river, learn essential kayaking skills and create unforgettable memories! Rapidan River Kayak Company is located on the scenic Rapidan River in historic Orange County, Virginia. The company offers small group instruction and tours on the Rapidan and other local rivers and lakes. Boats, paddles, and safety gear are provided. Instructor certified by the American Canoe Association.

Phone: (540) 672-3955

Website: http://www.rrkayakco.com

Address: 12449 Spicewood Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"North Pamunkey Baptist Church"


North Pamunkey Baptist Church was founded in 1774 by Aaron Bledsoe & Elijah Craig. The early church, which was a one room log structure, was known by several names including: North Fork of the Pamunkey, Bledsoe's Meeting House and North Pamunkey Meeting House. Aaron Bledsoe was pastor for 32 years. During his leadership the church grew from a membership of 20 to 350 in 1806. The original church was replaced in 1830 with a wooden meeting house. A Sunday School was organized in 1836, making North Pamunkey one of the oldest Sunday Schools in the Commonwealth. The present brick sanctuary was built in 1851. In 1952, under the leadership of Rev. Bernard Le Seur, an educational wing was added to the rear of the church. In 1998, a Fellowship Hall was constructed adjacent to the main church, and was named after Mrs. Julia Burrus, the project's guiding light and longtime member.

Phone: (540) 854-4847

Address: 15110 Pamunkey Lane, Orange, Virginia 22960

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"Germanna Visitors Center, Library and Memorial Garden"


The Brawdus Martin Germanna Visitor Center, Library and Memorial Garden constitute one of the jewels of Germanna. We invite you to come visit us and enjoy the beautiful scenery and unique architecture found in this area of Virginia so rich in history. This land speaks of a great triumph of the human spirit and the rich legacy of colonial Virginia. The grounds of the center are located close to the site of the original Germanna Fort which Governor Alexander Spotswood caused to be built near the Rapidan River to house the first German immigrants that came to Virginia in 1714. The library at the Visitor Center is the home of some hard-to-find texts and some interesting genealogical material.

Phone: (540) 423-1700

Hours: Tues-Sat 1pm-5pm

Website: http://www.germanna.org/visitor_center

Address: 2062 Germanna Highway, Locust Grove, Virginia 22508

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"Germanna Foundation Siegen Forest Red Trail"


During operating hours, the Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, Inc., allows visitors to enjoy hiking trails in the Siegen Forest behind the Germanna Visitor Center. There are several trails with varying degrees of difficulty and length. The red trail begins at the Germanna Foundation Visitor Center, and ends State route 601 (Flat Run Road) near Route 3. This is not a loop trail, and there is no parking available at the 601 trailhead. The whole trail is 3 miles long, but is marked every half-mile. The trail passes through the Siegen Forest and along the Rapidan River. Picnic sites are available near the river. Trees are marked with interpretative signs that contain QR (Quick Reference) codes. Scan these with an I-phone or Android with free software to show you the Virginia Department of Forestry web site for more complete information on the tree.

Phone: (540) 423-1700

Hours: Tues-Sat 1pm-5pm

Website: http://www.germanna.org/things-to-do/hike-siegen-forest/red-trail/

Address: 2062 Germanna Highway, Locust Grove, Virginia 22508

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"Old Blue Run Baptist Church"


Established in 1766, Blue Run included two blacks among the founding members. The black membership grew steadily and by the late 1850s was more than 80% of the congregation. After the Civil War, the congregation bought the old church building and Blue Run Baptist continues as a vital part of the community today.

Phone: (540) 832-5943

Address: Route 20, Barboursville, VA 22923

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"Gilmore Cabin"


The Gilmore Cabin is a post-Civil War African-American’s house on the Montpelier property. Former Madison slave George Gilmore built this log cabin for his family in the early 1870s. President Madison’s nephew owned the land. George Gilmore was more than 90 years old when he purchased the house and 16 acres for $560, just before the death of Dr. James Ambrose Madison in 1901. The property offers a glimpse of what life was like for African-Americans in the years during the Reconstruction era. Museum educators will be on hand to demonstrate the techniques of 19th-century farm life. The Gilmore Cabin is located on the west side of Route 20. Delight in the spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and enjoy the many special events held annually at historic Montpelier.

Phone: (540) 672-2728

Hours: Open Saturdays and Sundays, 11:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. | April through October

Website: http://www.montpelier.org/visit/gilmore-cabin-open

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"Orange Baptist Church"


Orange Baptist Church was chartered in 1856. Fires destroyed the first two sanctuaries. On November 8, 1908 about two-thirds of the town, including the second sanctuary, was destroyed by fire. A new pipe organ that had not been played in a Sunday service was to have been dedicated on the Sunday following the fire. Worship in the present sanctuary, Neo-Gothic in style, began in August 1909. The ceiling of the sanctuary is coffered with acorn finials and unpainted bead board. The sanctuary has three tripartite lancet-arched stained glass windows.

Phone: (540) 672-2996

Website: http://obcva.org

Address: 123 West Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"James Madison’s Montpelier"

Home of the Father of the Constitution, Architect of the Bill of Rights, & America's 1st First Lady


Meet James Madison, the Father of the Constitution and intellectual force behind the new republic, and Dolley Madison, his charming wife and astute political partner — the woman who inspired the title "First Lady." Embark upon an exploratory journey through the Madisons' leadership in the founding of American democracy, and well as the paradox of 19th century plantation life. The estate's gardens, old-growth Landmark Forest, and walking trails are open to visitors year round at no cost. See the latest progress of the "Presidential Detective Story," an extensive research project aimed at recovering the Madison's furnishings and decor lost more than 160 years ago. Visit our website or call for more information about In-Depth Tours, Private Experiences, Archaeology Expeditions, Walking Tours, African American History, Civil War History, Constitution Day, and other Special Events. Archaeology tours offered every Thursday, April - October.

Phone: (540) 672-2728 x140

Hours: Mon-Sun 9am-5pm, Hours Can Vary by Season, Check Website

Website: http://www.montpelier.org/visit/hours

Address: 11407 Constitution Highway, Montpelier Station, VA 22957

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"Hoosier Nut Tree Farm"


Hoosier Nut Tree Farm is a Christmas tree farm, which also serves as a Black Walnut farm and grows gladiolas and dahlias. Tree varieties include cedars, Colorado Blue Spruce, Norway Spruce, Canaan Fir and White Pine. They vary in height with some measuring approximately 30-feet tall.

Phone: (540) 854-6329

Hours: Daily 8am-Sunset, Dec. 1st - Dec. 24th

Address: 9091 Zachary Taylor Highway, Unionville, VA 22567

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"Lake of the Woods Players"


Since its inception and organization in 1982, the Lake of the Woods Players has been contributing to the cultural enrichment of the community. From its initial production, The Curious Savage, some 25 years ago, 45 shows have been presented to supportive and appreciative audiences. This dedicated group has continued to grow and flourish over the years. The organization produces two shows during the year in the spring and fall. Almost all members are involved in one or more aspects of the presentation. In addition to the actors, behind-the-scene chores are many, involving properties, wardrobe, makeup, lighting, audio, publicity, ticket sales, ushering, etc. The Players welcome newcomers whether they are "star material," stage crew volunteers, or just individuals with an affinity for the threatre. You do not have to live in Lake of the Woods to become involved with The Players. Come join us....

Phone: (540) 972-6385

Website: http://lowplayers.org

Address: Lake of the Woods Community Center, 110 Sweetbriar Park, Locust Grove, VA 22508

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"Orange Presbyterian Church"


Built in 1910, the church is a later interpretation of Jeffersonian Classicism/Roman Revival style. Note the portico with Tuscan columns and corner pilasters.

Phone: (540) 672-4240

Website: http://orangepc.org

Address: 162 West Main Street, Orange VA, 22960

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"Montpelier Train Depot"


On the winding roads of Route 20 in Orange County, Virginia stands a century-old train depot, home to the local Montpelier Station, Virginia post office. On February 21, 2010, it became the home of James Madison’s Montpelier’s newest exhibit— The Montpelier Train Depot: In the Time of Segregation. In 2008, the Montpelier Foundation undertook a one-year renovation of the Depot. They restored the Depot to the way it was in the 1910s in order to document a time of legalized segregation in Virginia and throughout the United States. Montpelier dedicated The Montpelier Train Depot: In the Time of Segregation to the memory of Russell Coffin Childs, a former Montpelier special projects director. It was his vision to restore the Montpelier Train Depot to educate the public about the “Jim Crow” era. Thanks to Childs’ vision and dedication, Montpelier will be able to share the truth of all of our American history with generations to come.

Website: https://www.montpelier.org/research-and-collections/people/african-americans/train-depot

Address: 11350 Constitution Highway, Montpelier Station, VA 22957

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"Liberty Mills Farm"


Located in Central Virginia, Liberty Mills Farm wants you to have a Farmtastic Adventure. Whether finding your way through their fall corn maze, picking your own perfect pumpkin or strawberries in the spring; nothing beats a day of fresh air, family fun and amazing scenery. The farm was planned with you in mind, so there is plenty to see and do in the area or make a day of it at the farm…whatever you choose to do, Liberty Mills Farm hopes you will pick fun.

Phone: (434) 882-MAZE (6293)

Hours: Hours vary, please refer to website for updated hours

Website: http://www.libertymillsfarm.com

Address: 9166 Liberty Mills Road, Somerset, VA 22972

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"Nichols Gallery"


Nichols Gallery offers works by renowed artist Fred Nichols and pieces by regional and national artists.

Phone: (540) 832-3565 Toll Free (888) 994-3733

Hours: Thurs-Sun 11am-5pm and by appointment

Website: http://www.frednichols.com

Address: 5420 Governor Barbour Street, Barboursville, VA 22923

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"WarPlay Paintball"


WarPlay Paintball was created by two Marine veterans who have enjoyed the sport of paintball since the early 1980's. They became tired of playing on fields that were thrown together with little thought about design, terrain, tactics, or even purpose. "Not all Paintball Fields are created equal, come and experience the difference" Is more than just their motto, building better designed fields is their primary mission at WarPlay Paintball. Come and experience the difference for yourselves.

Phone: (703) 727-0271 or (571) 442-4291

Website: http://www.warplaypaintball.com

Address: 30067 Constitution Highway, Rhoadesville, VA 22542

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"St. Thomas Episcopal Church"


St. Thomas Episcopal Church was built in 1833-34, and copied after Jefferson’s only known ecclesiastical work. Several Tiffany stained-glass windows grace this historic church. The "Madison Silver," a silver chalice and paten crafted by Fuller White of London in 1766-67 and engraved with the parish name, was given by Frances Taylor Madison, the grandmother of President James Madison. General Robert E. Lee attended St. Thomas regularly, and a plaque has been placed on the pew where he sat for worship.

Phone: (540) 672-3761

Address: 119 Caroline Street, Orange VA, 22960

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"Orange County Court House"

The Courthouse building is a historic landmark in the town of Orange.


Constructed in 1859 and designed by Charles Haskins of Washington, D.C., the Italianate-style courthouse is characterized by its centrally located, three-stage tower with overhanging eaves. It is the town’s third courthouse, the first having been completed in 1749 and the second courthouse, built 1802-04. Those two earlier courthouses were located on the public lot, partially occupied by the Orange Train Station. In August 1862, a brisk skirmish between three Union Cavalry regiments and the Confederate 7th Virginia Calvary erupted in front of the Courthouse.

Address: 130 West Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Miller Farm"


The Miller Family farms year round, planting and producing fruits and vegetables so we can provide our customers with seasonal farm fresh produce. They provide a unique shopping experience where you can select quality natural produce while enjoying a friendly, family atmosphere.

Phone: (540) 972-2680

Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Website: http://www.millerfarmsmarket.com

Address: 12101 Orange Plank Road, Locust Grove, VA 22508

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"Stokes of England"


"Forging the dreams of customers into stunning reality." Architectural and ornamental ironwork with a family tradition of hundreds of years.

Phone: (540) 832-7679 and (434) 295-9848

Hours: Tue-Sun 12pm-5pm, Closed Mondays

Website: http://www.stokesofenglandusa.com

Address: 117 Main Street, Gordonsville, VA 22942

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"Trinity United Methodist Church"


Built in 1892, the church is an L-shaped brick structure. The building reflects Gothic Revival styling in its pointed arches, leaded glass transoms and rose windows.

Phone: (540) 672-3544

Website: https://www.facebook.com/TrinityUnitedMethodistChurchOrangeVa/

Address: 143 West Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Orange County Historical Society"


The Orange County Historical Society, Inc. is a research, archival, and educational organization dedicated to the discovery, preservation, and dissemination of the history of Orange County, Virginia, of its people, and the surrounding area. The Society's reference library contains over 2,000 volumes, and there are over 1,300 files with information on families, historic buildings, events and sites, plus a map and photograph collection.

Phone: (540) 672-5366

Hours: Mon-Fri 1pm-5pm | Closed on holidays

Website: http://www.orangecovahist.org/

Address: 130 Caroline Street, Orange, Virginia 22960-1533

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"Market at Grelen"


The Market at Grelen is a destination Farm Market, Garden Shop & Event Venue like no other in the area. Set on Grelen Nursery’s 600 acres in Somerset VA, The Market at Grelen boasts breathtaking 360-degree mountain views. Head out on a pick-your-own berry adventure…stroll through the lovely display gardens…enjoy a casual cafe lunch on the patio or in the greenhouse...and experience the beauty and wonderful selection in the Garden Shop filled with flowers & plants, gardening gifts and accessories, furniture, statuary & urns. While there, enjoy the casual Café which is all about local and features homemade pastries, soups, and salads, as well as, Virginia-made beer, wine, cider, cheese, honey, jam & snacks! In between Orange, Barboursville & Gordonsville, and next to James Madison’s Montpelier, The Market at Grelen is a great addition to any itinerary. Now available to rent for parties & weddings. Photo Credit: The Market at Grelen & Kristi Ellis.

Phone: (540) 672-7268

Hours: Tues-Sun 10am-4pm

Website: http://www.themarketatgrelen.com

Address: 15111 Yager Road, Somerset, VA 22972

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"Sun’s Traces Gallery"


Sun's Traces Gallery: A gift of meaning, a treasure for a lifetime, a vision forever. A life-long resident of Central Virginia, Paula Brown-Steedly calls her studio Virginia Clay. Her pieces reveal the power of the sea, the changing tide, the spiraling waves, the elegance and power of the horse, the warmth of the sun, the force of the wind, the falling rain, and time as she sees it in nature. The artists in this gallery from Virginia also represent unique ideals and presentation of their visions.

Phone: (434) 973-3700

Hours: Sat-Sun 11am-5pm by appointment, chance or web

Website: http://www.sunstraces.com

Address: 5449 Governor Barbour Street, Barboursville, VA 22923

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"Waddell Memorial Presbyterian Church"


Rare wooden Gothic-style church constructed in 1874 and named for the locally famous blind preacher, James Waddell.

Phone: (540) 672-0334

Address: 7133 Rapidan Road, Rapidan, VA 22733

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"Orange Historic Commercial District"


The Historic District contains the oldest public, religious and commercial structures in the Town of Orange. Taking an easy walk around town you’ll be able to visit the unforgettable James Madison Museum, the ever-changing eclectic Art Center in Orange, Taylor Memorial Park, the historic Train Station, and see some of the most unique architecture concentrated in a true old-fashioned town with new-fashioned places to go. Walking Tour brochures are available at the Visitors Center located in the Train Station.

Phone: (540) 672-2540

Website: http://www.orangedowntownalliance.org

Address: Town of Orange, Downtown

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"Todd Brown Paintings"


Todd recieved his BA in Fine Art from Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Virginia in 1980. From that time on he has operated a sign business where there has always been a fuzzy distinction between "sign" and "art". In recent years, he turned "serious" in his pursuit of fine art and opened a studio in Orange, Virginia. Todd has worked in oil and watercolor but now works in acrylic for its versatility and permanence. He has sold hundreds of prints and originals. Favorite subjects include the railroad, scenes from the town of Orange, Virginia landscapes, Williamsburg and beach scenes from Nags Head, North Carolina.

Phone: (540) 672-6080

Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-2pm, Sat 10am-3pm

Website: http://toddbrownpaintings.com

Address: 319 Madison Road, Suite A, Orange, VA 22960

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"Orange Train Station"

Home of the Orange County Visitors Center


The Orange Train Station was built in 1909-1910, in a colonial revival style. Passenger train service was discontinued in the early 1970's. The station was renovated in1977, and it's the home of the Orange County Visitors Center. Stop in for information about the area, as well as free maps and brochures.

Phone: (540) 672-1653 Toll Free (877) 222-8072

Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm | Sunday 11am-3pm

Address: 122 Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Tractor Supply Company"


Our local Tractor Supply Company is "a store you can trust" to supply the unique products to your rural lifestyle or farming hobby, from welders and generators to animal care products and men and women’s workwear. You can also find pet supplies, animal feed, power tools, riding mowers, lawn and garden products and more. Each store team includes welders, farmers and horse owners who collectively provide an exceptional depth of knowledge and resources.

Phone: (540) 661-3525

Hours: Mon-Sat 8am-8pm | Sun 9am-6pm

Website: http://www.tractorsupply.com

Address: 13226 James Madison Highway, Orange, VA 22960

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"Wilderness Battlefield"


The Wilderness Battlefield is part of the Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park. Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness, and Spotsylvania--this is America's battleground, where the Civil War roared to its bloody climax. No place more vividly reflects the War's tragic cost in all its forms. A town bombarded and looted. Farms large and small ruined. Refugees by the thousands forced into the countryside. More than 85,000 men wounded; 15,000 killed--most in graves unknown. The Battle of the Wilderness was fought on May 5-6, 1864. It was the beginning of the Overland Campaign, the bloodiest campaign in American history and the turning point in the war in the Eastern Theatre.

Phone: Chancellorsville Visitor Center: (540) 786-2880

Hours: May-October - Begin your tour at Ellwood Manor. Ranger talks and tours at Saunders Field available seasonally.

Website: http://www.nps.gov/frsp/index.htm

Address: 35347 Constitution Highway, Locust Grove, Virginia 22508

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"Stonewall Harley-Davidson"


Stonewall Harley-Davidson has new and used models that vary throughout the year. Visit our showroom and let our experienced sales staff answer any questions you may have about pricing, financing and delivery on that Harley parked in your imagination! Stonewall also sells Genuine Harley-Davidson merchandise. It's a beautiful, peaceful country road to reach us. Stop in and try on a little attitude even if you don't own a Harley! Don't forget, we've got something for all your gift shopping needs, from jewelry to collectibles and souvenirs. If it's from Harley-Davidson, it's sure to make them smile.

Phone: (540) 672-5550 Toll Free (800) 88-WAUGH

Hours: Mon - CLOSED | Tues-Sat 9am-5pm | Sun 12pm-4pm

Website: http://www.waughhd.com/

Address: 385 Waugh Boulevard, Orange, VA 22960

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"The 1804 Inn & The Vineyard Cottage at Barboursville Vineyards"


The 1804 Inn was opened, not invented. The silence of Flemish bond walls, the airiness of 11-foot ceilings, and the glow of hand-hewn floors are irreplaceable, and even more extraordinary, are its priceless antique furnishings and art from England, Italy, France and Virginia collected by the Zonin Family for more than a century. The Vineyard Cottage is an 18th-Century dwelling, pre-dating the Jeffersonian mansion a discreet stroll away, lovingly restored as a 21st Century guest cottage in the serene private section of the Estate, overlooking the vineyards and the Blue Ridge beyond.

Phone: (540) 832-5384

Website: http://www.barboursvillewine.net/winery/the-1804-inn

Address: 17655 Winery Road, Barboursville, VA 22923

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"Chestnut Hill Bed & Breakfast"


Built in 1860, Chestnut Hill has been skillfully renovated to preserve the master craftsmanship of this renowned historic home and professionally decorated to provide our guests with an opportunity to appreciate the past while enjoying the comforts of the present.

Phone: (540) 661-0430 Toll Free (888) 315-3511

Website: http://www.chestnuthillbnb.com

Address: 236 Caroline Street, Orange VA, 22960

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"The Holladay House"


Stately Federal-style home (circa 1830) within walking distance of shops and restaurants. Six guest rooms offer a range of luxury options including fireplaces, double-sized whirlpool baths, and private porches. Delight yourself with homemade cookies in the parlor, and awaken the next morning to a full breakfast.

Phone: (540) 672-4893

Website: http://www.holladayhousebandb.com

Address: 155 West Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Inn on Poplar Hill"


Comfortable elegance on 28 park-like acres in the historic town of Orange. Walk to Main Street, or stroll over two miles of wildflower and wooded trails. Fishing pond, hot tub, six generous rooms with private baths, whirlpools and steam showers. Enjoy a bountiful breakfast. Come and solve the crime at our infamous Murder Mystery Dinners.

Phone: (540) 672-6840 Toll Free (866) 767-5274

Website: http://www.InnOnPoplarHill.com

Address: 278 Caroline Street, Orange VA, 22960

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"Inn at Westwood Farm"


Sun-filled, elegantly appointed 1910 farmhouse on 15 lovely acres with barn, paddocks, gardens and woods. Four guest rooms with amenities, such as whirlpool tubs, flowers, exquisite linens, feather beds, early morning coffee in the library, and a sumptuous breakfast in the dining room or on the porch.

Phone: (540) 661-1293 Toll Free (888) 661-1293

Website: http://www.innatwestwoodfarm.com

Address: 12256 Montford Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Mayhurst Inn"


Romance, luxury and history in one spectacular location. A 9,200 sq ft, c. 1859, Manor House on 37 pristine acres. Eight guest rooms with private baths, fireplaces, Jacuzzi tubs and more. Evening wine and cheese and plantation style breakfasts. Come enjoy Southern Hospitality at its best. National Registry of Historic Places.

Phone: (540) 672-5597 Toll Free (888) 672-5597

Website: http://www.mayhurstinn.com

Address: 12460 Mayhurst Lane, Orange VA, 22960

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"Greenock Manor"


Discover the beautifully restored Victorian Greenock Manor. Their prime focus is hosting business meetings, conferences, special occasions and offering the perfect wedding venue. An intimate weekend in the country or simply a refreshing nights stay awaits you at Greenock Manor. You will find the relaxing atmosphere and true southern hospitality a perfect retreat from daily city and work pressures. Featuring Victorian Charm, surrounded by wooded acres and nestled in historic Orange Virginia, the guest house recreates the charm of a bygone era. Greenock Manor was built as a private family home in 1895 at the turn of the century and is now a romantic, intimate country guest house, conference and wedding venue. Owners, Dean and Chanel Shifflett, will make your visit unforgettable, as you experience cozy, comfortable rooms and warm generous hospitality.

Phone: (703) 687-7641

Website: http://www.greenockmanor.com/

Address: 249 Caroline Street, Orange VA 22960

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"The Inn at Meander Plantation"


The essence of Virginia…romantic, historic 1726 country inn and restaurant on 80 rolling acres between the towns of Orange and Culpeper offers elegant accommodations in nine spacious guest rooms with private bath, acclaimed fine dining, extensive Virginia wine list, warm hospitality and gracious porches and gardens with spectacular Blue Ridge Mountain views. Serving dinner Thurs.-Sat., reservations required.

Phone: (540) 672-4912 Toll Free (800) 385-4936

Website: http://www.meander.net

Address: 2333 N. James Madison (Rt.15), Locust Dale, VA 22948

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"Ebenezer House"


A family friendly country chalet seven miles south of Madison. A home away from home. Close to all historic sites, restaurants, local vineyards and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Full country breakfast with friendly conversation to help start your day.

Phone: (877) 514-2510

Website: http://www.theebenezerhousebb.com

Address: 122 Seville Road, Madison, VA 22727

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"Wolftrap Farm"


Six hundred-acre historic estate, with horses, cattle, fishing, woodland trails. Antebellum manor house with four elegant guest rooms, plus three luxury cottages. Mountain views, nine ponds, creeks and charming historic barns. For weddings, Wolf Trap Farm features mountain view ceremony sites, a unique 'indoor/outdoor' Pavilion seating over 150, with warming kitchen, dressing rooms, dance floor and stage, and week-end lodging for up to 34 on-site. Week-end, Sunday and Elopement packages.

Phone: (540) 832-1803

Website: http://www.thewolftrapfarm.com

Address: 17379 Wolftrap Drive, Gordonsville, VA 22942

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"Holiday Inn Express"


Relax at our award winning hotel in one of 65 comfortable guest rooms overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains. Suites with Jacuzzi tubs, complimentary continental breakfast, swimming pool, fitness center, high-speed internet access, free parking and all the extra amenities to make your stay comfortable. Located on Rt. 15 in the Town of Orange.

Phone: (540) 672-6691 Toll Free (800) HOLIDAY

Website: http://www.hiexpress.com/hotels/us/en/orange/ogeva/hoteldetail

Address: 750 Round Hill Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Shenandoah Crossing Resort"


Features 48 rooms with one or two queen beds. Handicapped accessible rooms, as well as smoking and non-smoking rooms are available. The amenities at the lodge include Izac's Restaurant and Tavern, television lounge, meeting and banquet rooms, indoor and outdoor pools, activities center with game room and exercise room. Open to the public for nightly room rentals at the lodge.

Phone: (540) 832-9400

Website: http://www.bluegreenonline.com/explore/resortDetail.aspx?ResortID=4

Address: 174 Horseshoe Circle, Gordonsville, VA 22942

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"The Barbeque Exchange"


The Barbeque Exchange in downtown Gordonsville VA features hickory-smoked and slow-roasted pork shoulders and spareribs. The meats are dry cured with secret ingredient rubs and then cooked in our specialized wood-burning cooker. The Chicken Halves are grilled over live coals akin to the roadside BBQ’s that the Rotary, Kiwanis, and Fire departments have become famous for serving on Saturdays across the Eastern seaboard. These anchors are highlighted with freshly baked rolls, cornbread and pumpkin muffins. Homemade pickles, salads, and slaws are served with the sandwiches, and sides include Brunswick Stew, Donna’s Baked Beans, Hushpuppies, Macaroni and Cheese, and even Collard Greens! And don't overlook the desserts, we have homemade cupcakes, cookies, and brownies. Call-in orders are welcome. We also feature family-size meals and servings by the pound to go!

Phone: (540) 832-0227

Hours: Open Daily 11am-8pm

Website: http://www.bbqex.com/

Address: 102 Martinsburg Avenue, Gordonsville, VA 22942

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"Bella J Cucina"


Bella J Cucina's menu offers some of the finest Italian dishes made with integrity and attention to detail. Try one of their delicious Neapolitan style pizzas; choose from one of their favorites or create your own. Come in and try the homemade minestrone or chicken soup. They have something for everyone in the family including the children and vegetarians.

Phone: (540) 972-3500

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-9:30pm | Fri & Sat 11am-10:30pm | Sun Noon-9:30pm

Website: http://www.bellajcucina.com/

Address: 4444 Germanna Highway, Locust Grove, VA 22508

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"Clearwater Grill"


The Clearwater Grill is a family-friendly restaurant open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. We offer great American fare with great service and great prices! Friday nights are Karaoke NIght. Saturday and Sundays we serve a fantastic breakfast! We take reservations, welcome walk-ins, and we're good for groups, kids, take out, and catering!

Phone: (540) 972-0606

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-9:30pm | Fri 11am-10:00pm | Sat 8am-10pm | Sun 9am-8:30pm

Website: http://www.clearwatergrill.com

Address: 4276 Germanna Highway, Locust Grove, VA 22508

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"Elmwood at Sparks"


Elmwood at Sparks, established by Executive Chef Randy Cooper, melds quality Virginia products with innovative dishes. A pioneer of Virginia country cuisine, Chef Cooper's creative menu has made Elmwood an area favorite. Seeking out the best local ingredients, Chef Cooper looks for purveyors dedicated to natural and sustainable farming. Chef Cooper's menu showcases his blend of French and American training combined with his Southern heritage.

Phone: (540) 672-0060

Hours: Lunch Tues-Sat 11am-3pm | Dinner Thurs-Sat 6pm-9pm

Website: http://www.elmwoodcatering.com

Address: 124 West Main Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Mama’s Pizza & Subs"


Homemade pizzas with 100% real cheese. Design your own pizza with a variety of meat and veggie toppings, or try one of Mama's custom pies! Craving something a little different? Try Mama's stromboli, calzones, breadsticks, subs, pasta, seafood dishes, salads, or sandwiches. And there are plenty of side orders and desserts to complete your tasty meal.

Phone: (540) 854-0123

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-8:30pm | Fri-Sat 11am-9pm | Sun Closed

Website: http://www.mamaspizzaandsubs.com

Address: 32311 Constitution Highway, Locust Grove, VA 22508

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"Marshall Farms"


Centrally located to several award-winning wineries, the Shenandoah Mountains, Lake Anna and many of our own local historical sites, make a stop at the Marshall Farms Corner Deli to enjoy a wonderful breakfast or lunch with many of our regulars. Sandwiches are made-to-order using Boars Head deli meats, our own Marshall Farms natural cheeses, and products from local farms.

Phone: (540) 854-6800

Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-3pm | Sat 8am-1pm | Sun Closed

Address: 24109 Constitution Highway, Unionville, VA 22567

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"Palladio Restaurant at Barboursville Vineyard"


The elegant balance valued in their wine, the quality of celebration inherent in its welcome, inspire palate harmonies that are Virginian in resources and Northern Italian in perspective, in country dining of vivacity and refinement. Here the estate of wine is inhabited at its most seamless and complete, sustained behind the scenes by the rarest collaboration of colleagues gifted in cuisine, viticulture, horticulture and service.

Phone: (540) 832-7848

Hours: Lunch Wed-Sun 12pm-2:30pm | Fri-Sat 6:30pm-9pm, Reservations required for dinner and suggested for lunch

Website: https://www.bbvwine.com/our-restaurant

Address: 17655 Winery Road, Barboursville, VA 22323

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"Pomme"


Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge, in downtown Gordonsville, Virginia, Restaurant Pomme provides an authentic classic French dining experience. The restaurant welcomes diners and guests to a warm and inviting recreation of the French country side-from food to decor. Whether on a day trip or gathering with friends and family, we wish to share our passion of food and wine with you. À votre santé et bon appétit.

Phone: (540) 832-0130

Hours: Breakfast Tue-Sun 8am-10:30am | Lunch Tues-Sat 11:30 am-2pm | Dinner Tues-Sat 5:30pm-9:30| Brunch Sun 11:30am-2:30pm

Website: http://www.restaurant-pomme.com

Address: 115 South Main Street, Gordonsville, VA 22942

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"Real Food"


Real Food is just that - foods prepared from real organic, fresh ingredients, meats and produce. It's a gourmet lunch spot that's easily missed if you blink, so look for the big sign at the little roadside shack on Route 15. The menu changes weekly; check their website for each new and enticing menu. Checks or cash only. Fresh sandwiches, soups and sides!

Phone: (540) 661-7261

Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-2pm

Website: http://www.realfoodva.com

Address: 12267 Old Gordonsville Road, Orange, VA 22960

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"Silk Mill Grille"


The old silk mill in Orange County manufactured silk parachutes used by U.S. troops during World War II and stayed in operation until the 70s. Today the renovated mill houses many local businesses including the Silk Mill Grille that displays artifacts from the original working mill and Orange memorabilia. Soak in the history as you enjoy a casual dining experience for lunch or dinner. Appetizers, steak, poultry, seafood, salads, soups, sandwiches, and desserts. The large, airy complex accomodates small groups to larger private groups.

Phone: (540) 672-4010

Hours: Tues-Thurs 11am-9:30pm | Fri 11am-10pm | Sat 4pm-10pm | Sun 11:30am-9pm

Website: http://silkmillgrille.com

Address: 101-A Woodmark Street, Orange, VA 22960

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"Top’s China"


Restaurant offers a wide array of fine Chinese dishes, ranging from traditional dish such as Shrimp w. Broccoli, Sesame Chicken, Boneless Spare Ribs to new style entrees such as Steak Kew, Crispy Shrimp with Walnuts, House Special Chicken.

Phone: (540) 972-2008

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm | Fri-Sat 11am-11pm | Sun 12pm-10pm

Website: http://www.topchinava.com

Address: 36080 East Goodwin Drive, Locust Grove, VA 22508

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"Vintage Restaurant"


The Inn at Willow Grove’s Forbes Travel Guide Four Star-rated Vintage Restaurant and Pub features regional American farm-to-table cuisine “with a twist” from menus designed by our acclaimed culinary team to showcase what is fresh and of-the-moment in our local farms and fields. Weekly special menus, such as “Gourmet Tapas Wednesday” and our weekly “Three on Thursday” Chef’s Tasting offer gourmet fine dining at an incredible value, and our Sunday Brunch is a special indulgence. Our award-winning wine list features a wide range of selections from around the world and from the Monticello Wine Trail right in our backyard, and our Pub serves local craft brews from acclaimed microbreweries throughout Virginia. Vintage enjoys a home at the garden level of the historic Manor House at The Inn at Willow Grove. In addition to the Pub and main dining room, the restaurant features intimate settings for groups ranging in size from 18 - 50, including the Chef’s Table and The Hall. We take great care to accommodate guests with special dietary needs, including vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and allergen-free diets. Looking for a truly special culinary experience? Ask about our private Chef’s Tastings!

Phone: (540) 317-1206

Hours: Wed-Thurs 3pm-9pm | Fri-Sat 11:30am-10pm | Sun 11am-2:30pm, pub til 7pm

Website: http://innatwillowgrove.com/vintage/

Address: 14079 Plantation Way, Orange, VA 22960

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"Meadows Farms Golf Course"


Home of the longest hole in the United States, this 180-acre course was designed by Bill Ward, Jr., an up-and-coming designer with six golf courses to his credit. A full-service golfing facility ranked in the "Top 65 Golfiest Places to Play" by Golf Magazine.

Phone: (540) 854-9890

Website: http://www.meadowsfarmsgolfcourse.com/

Address: 4300 Flat Run Road, Locust Grove, VA 22508

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