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Lexington Carriage Company

The Lexington Carriage Company offers an intriguing way for visitors to tour Lexington, a nineteenth-century college town located in Rockbridge County. When you ride along at the speed and sound of hoof beats, this tour can almost transport you back in time. You ride past the Stonewall Jackson House, through the restored historic downtown area, past Lee Chapel and Museum, around by Washington and Lee University and through a part of the town’s residential district. Finally, you’ll be transported slowly past the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery, where the guide will point out the tomb of this Civil War general before returning you to the Lexington Visitors Center.

Established in 1985, the Carriage company’s initial purpose was to support the Historic Downtown District of the city by giving narrated tours through the business district, the adjacent college campuses, and a portion of the historic residential area. Over the years, LLC has evolved and expanded its operation to include areas of the Shenandoah Valley and beyond by participating in local parades, and providing carriage rides for festivals and special seasonal events. Some of those events include: Lexington Caroling & Tree Lighting, Lexington Chocolate Festival, Downtown Roanoke Dickens of a Christmas, and Lynchburg Holiday Traditions. Lexington Carriage tours take about one hour or less, and do not make stops along the way for you to debark.

The tours are narrated by professional drivers/guides. Carriage tours begin at the Lexington Visitor Center at 106 East Washington Street, and operate daily from April 1 through October except during inclement weather. Group tours are available by appointment. LCC has been delighted to have hosted many brides, grooms and their wedding parties; numerous couples who have become engaged while on a private tour as well as birthday and anniversary celebrants. Visit the Lexington Carriage Company site for more information, including details on how to book for special events.

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