Hotels in Lynchburg,


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  • The Virginian Lynchburg, Curio Collection by Hilton

    0.09 miles
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Lynchburg

    5.28 miles
  • Hilton Garden Inn Lynchburg

    5.37 miles
  • Home2 Suites by Hilton Lynchburg

    5.86 miles
  • Tru by Hilton Lynchburg

    5.97 miles
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Lynchburg

    6.15 miles
  • Hampton Inn Lexington-Historic District

    30.03 miles
  • Hampton Inn Gretna

    34.45 miles
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Explore Virginia from the Top Lynchburg Hotels

Whether you’re just passing through or planning a longer stay, there’s no shortage of sights and activities to keep you entertained. Steeped in colonial history and nestled in the Blue Ridge mountains, Lynchburg offers an ideal mix of nature and totes a vibrant culture that makes it the perfect place for an unforgettable getaway.

Located near the top Lynchburg hotels, the historic downtown area of Lynchburg beckons travelers with its cobblestone streets and quaint shops and galleries selling everything from handmade jewelry to antiques. Be sure to check out Point of Honor, a Federal-style mansion built in 1815 that offers guided tours on weekends. Point of Honor was also the site of many of the enslaved.

During the 19th century, Lynchburg was home to a thriving economy based primarily on tobacco. Enslaved men, women, and children worked in tobacco fields, warehouses, and factories, as well as in homes across the city. By 1830, almost half of the town’s population was Black, either enslaved or free. Tobacco was not the only industry taking advantage of free labor; mills, manufacturing, construction, and foundries all were part of the vast slave economy.

Discover a Former President’s Retreat from Lynchburg Hotels

Thomas Jefferson’s private retreat, the Poplar Forest, is a home he designed himself and began building in 1806. Here, you can explore beautifully landscaped grounds featuring formal gardens and mature trees that were planted by Jefferson himself. The house itself is open for self-guided tours, which give visitors an up-close look at Jefferson's design principles as well as furnishings from his own era.

Thomas Jefferson was also a wine connoisseur, and he grew grapes at Monticello. This famed plantation home is where the Monticello Wine Trail begins and extends 50 miles from Charlottesville to Lynchburg in central Virginia. The trail includes seven wineries and three vineyards, which offer tastings of their homegrown blends. The wineries are open year-round, but the hours vary slightly depending on the season. Check hours based on when you visit and stay at Lynchburg hotels.

Learn about Local History from Hotels in Lynchburg

Civil War enthusiasts will marvel at the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. Located just south of Lynchburg, this national park commemorates the Appomattox Campaign, a series of battles in April 1865 that led up to the end of the Civil War. A visitor center and museum are located in the two-story brick building where Gen. Ulysses S. Grant accepted Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's surrender on April 9th, 1865, at the Appomattox Court House.

If you’re traveling with kids, be sure to visit Amazement Square, an interactive museum located in downtown Lynchburg dedicated to inspiring children's creativity through hands-on learning experiences. It features over 40 different exhibits that focus on science, music, art, history, and more. From climbing into a giant bubble to exploring a replica coal mine shaft, kids of all ages will find something fun and educational here.

Whether you're looking for outdoor adventures or cultural exploration, Lynchburg offers something for everyone. Book your stay at hotels in Lynchburg today.

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