Centered in the Heart of Virginia, the Town of Farmville is a destination for tourists. The town boast a wealth of natural, historical, cultural, recreational, and educational attractions. Come visit us in the Town of Farmville, where you will find a rich Virginia Heritage and an abundance of opportunities for fun and adventure. What ever you are looking for you can “Find it in Farmville.”
Historic Downtown Farmville Walking Tour
Historic Downtown Farmville Walking Tour is a self-guided walking tour of the Farmville Historic District. Spend a leisurely afternoon experiencing Farmville's history and unique architecture. Click here to download a copy of the map and narrative for the Farmville Historic Walking Tour, including the Jackson House where General Robert E. Lee came on the morning of April 7, for a meeting with the Confederate Secretary of War John Cabell Breckinridge, Quartermaster General A. R. Lawson, and Commissary General I. M. St. John.
While in town, take a moment to visit the Virginia's Heartland Regional Visitor Center, located at 121 East Third Street. The Visitor Center is open everyday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and closed on the following holidays: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years' Day, and Easter Sunday. To request information call 434-392-1482.