The Town is rich with history. The courthouse and St. Thomas'
Episcopal Church, Robert E. Lee's place of worship during the winter of
1863-64, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Further information about the town and county's history may be obtained at the Visitor's Bureau
, located in the Town of Orange. 540-672-1653
James Madison Museum
Features possessions of James and Dolley Madison, including clothing, jewelry, furnishings from Montpelier, and books and correspondence from Madison's library. The museum also houses Orange County historical exhibits, a Hall of Agriculture composed of early farm equipment and machinery, and a restored 1730's house. Seasonal exhibits add interest.
129 Caroline St.
St. Thomas's Epsicopal Church
Built in 1833-34 in the Town of Orange. This sole remaining example of Thomas Jefferson's ecclesiastical work was also Robert E. Lee's place of worship during his encampment in Orange in the winter of 1863-64.
119 Caroline St.
P.O. Box 147