• Lutcher Memorial Church Building

    902 West Green Avenue at 8th Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-2097
    Interesting architectural treasures at Lutcher Memorial include stained glass windows made by hand techniques no longer commercially available, marble imported from Italy, mahogany pews, and many gold leaf decorations.
  • Farmer's Mercantile

    702 West Division Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-2941
    This old-fashioned general store opened in 1928 and still maintains its early-century atmosphere.
  • Old Wood Shop, The

    1201 Front Street Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-4641
    Now a crafts shop, The Old Wood Shop began operating before Orange had electricity, leaving team-powered woodworking machinery behind.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    902 Green Avenue Orange, TX 77701 United States - Phone: 409-833-4116
    Built from Texas Granite and Italian white marble, this magnificent church features beautifully stained glass windows that are reminiscent of those in European cathedrals. Tours are available that last approximately one hour.
  • USS Orleck Gearing Class Destroyer

    728 West Green Streen Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-886-8346
    Built in 1945, this 390-foot destroyer served in Korea, Vietnam, and the Gulf War. The ship also served in the Turkish Navy. Tours are conducted on Saturdays and Sundays. Reservations for groups is required.
  • W.H. Stark Home, The

    610 West Main Street Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-0871
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Queen Anne Victorian Texas Historic Landmark features original furnishings, distinctive windowed turrets, beautiful leaded glass, and imported fixtures and hardware throughout its 15 rooms. Tours are available.
  • Brown Center at Lamar University

    4205 Park Avenue Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-2939
    Located on 62 beautifully landscaped acres, this magnificent center is a replica of a late 1700's antebellum Mississippi plantation. It serves as an educational and cultural center that includes public service programs and seminars.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    902 West Green Street Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-2097
    An outstanding example of classic Greek Revival architecture, this church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was the first air conditioned public building west of the Mississippi River. Features include the only opalescent glass dome in the nation, Italian marble, and leaded art glass windows.
  • Piney Woods Country Wines

    3408 Willow Drive Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-5408
    Nestled in the beautiful woods and vineyards, this small country winery produces delicious fruit and muscadine wines that include orange, blackberry, plum, strawberry, peach, and pear. Tastings are available year round.
  • Claiborne West Park

    4105 North Street Orange, TX 77662 United States - Phone: 409-745-2255
    Some of the best birding sites in the area can be found at this 454 acre wildlife park that includes a fishing pond, playgrounds, picnic sites, nature trails, and an amphitheater. Primitive camping is available.
  • Airboat Rides Inc.

    537 Lutcher Drive Orange, TX 77632 United States - Phone: 409-883-0318
    Discover the beautiful and serene wilderness of the area with this tour company that offers combination swamp tours, airboat rides, fishing excursions, and nature studies.
  • Adventures 2000 Swamp and River Tours

    813 Lutcher Drive Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-988-9342
    Begin your 90-minute tour through a moss draped cypress swamp with this tour company and see a wide variety of natural inhabitants and incredible scenery. You'll also learn about cannibalistic Indians, pirates and fighting ships, and U.S.S. Orleck River history during these tours.
  • Louisiana Airboats

    108 East Lutcher Drive Orange, TX 77632 United States - Phone: 409-883-0318,800-241-6390
    Airboat Rides allow visitors to experience the flora and fauna of the swamp, Sabine River, and surrounding estuaries while taking an exciting ride though Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana. See the abundant wildlife and enjoy a bird watcher's paradise and nature lover's dream. Experience the swamp like never before. Night Tours allow visitors to explore the wilderness by moonlight. Bring a cooler and refreshments and a fun group of friends to share in this exciting night of adventure.
  • Old Orange Cafe

    914 West Division Avenue Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-2233
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  • Horsemans Store, The

    519 I-10 Freeway Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-5712
    For boots and jeans and classy western wear, The Horsemans Store has been outfitting cowboys and cowgirls since 1969.
  • Farmer's Mercantile

    702 West Division Street Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-883-2941
    Opened in 1928, this turn-of-the-century general store carries an abundance of items including garden supplies, horse riding equipment, kerosene lamps, sausage stuffers, and livestock feed and hay.
  • Trampolines USA

    8672 Interstate 10 Orange, TX 77632 United States - Phone: 409-745-3139,800-872-6765
    Since 1975, Trampolines USA has been selling outdoor playground equipment, trampolines, bbq pits, swing sets and more.
  • Interstate Antique Mall

    11535 Interstate 10 East Orange, TX 77630 United States - Phone: 409-745-4999
    Interstate Antique Mall features 40 or more dealers in a 12,000 square foot space whose wares include depression glass, jewelry, baskets, furniture, cast iron, and linens.