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Dragon Lady Airboat Tours
102 Farragut N.
Orange, TX 77631
Phone: 321-266-1498
Link: Dragon Lady Airboat Tours Website


Dragon Lady Airboat Tours are a private airboat tour of the swamp. The tour takes guests through Blue Elbow Swamp, the Sabine River, and surrounding estuaries of Orange, Texas.
Farmer's Mercantile
Jo Harris
702 Division Avenue
Orange, TX 77630
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Phone: 409-883-2941


Farmers Mercantile opened its doors in 1928 at 702 W Division Avenue and is still located here today. Since their opening, they have employed 5 generations of family members in its 89 years. At Farmers Mercantile consumers can find a little bit of everything, from garden supplies such as live plants, seeds, and fruit trees to animal feed, flea products, and insect repellant.
Hours
Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5:30 pm
Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm
First Presbyterian Church
902 Green Avenue
Orange, TX 77630
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Phone: 409-883-2097


The magnificent First Presbyterian Church building was commissioned by Frances Ann Lutcher as a memorial to the Henry Jacob Lutcher family. It was built in the classic Greek Revival architectural style and features the only opalescent glass dome in the United States. Granite for the building was quarried and dressed in Llano, Texas, and the marble was cut from living stone and brought from Italy. Construction began in 1908, and the building was dedicated on January 28, 1912.

The First Presbyterian Church is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Tours are available by appointment Monday through Friday during the months of September through May.
Frances Ann Lutcher Theater for the Performing Arts
707 S Main Street
Orange, TX 77630
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Phone: 409-886-5535
Link: Lutcher Theater Website


The Lutcher Theater is a 1,460-seat performing arts facility owned by the Nelda C. and H. J. Lutcher Stark Foundation and operated by Lutcher Theater, Inc. It is the largest Performing Arts Series from Houston, Texas, to New Orleans, Louisiana.

Since its Gala Opening Performance with Liberace on February 7, 1980, the Lutcher Theater has hosted only the best in world-class entertainment. National touring productions like Riverdance, CATS, Miss Saigon, Hairspray, The Wizard of Oz, Blue Man Group and performing stars including Willie Nelson, BB King, Lyle Lovett, The Oak Ridge Boys, Clint Black and Trisha Yearwood have all performed at the Lutcher Theater.
Free State Cellars
4702 Tejas Parkway
Orange, TX 77630
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Phone: 409-221-7232
Link: Free State Cellars Website


Amid a 19th-century border dispute between two young nations, the moss-draped swamps here on the Texas-Louisiana border sheltered the 40-mile stretch of the No Man's Land known as the “Free State of Sabine". Fleeing justice, the lawless and seditious haunted these backwaters and bayous, proclaimed Neutral Ground between the United States and Spain. Within this famed Devil's Playground, treasures were buried, legends were forged, and the independence of the Texas nation was born.

Free State Cellars celebrates the bounty of the Lone Star State and love experimenting with country wines that highlight regional fruit favorites like peach, blueberry, blackberry, and strawberry.
Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce
Link: Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce Website
 
Heritage House of Orange
905 Division Avenue
Orange, TX 77630
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The Heritage House of Orange depicts a typical upper-middle-class home from the turn of the 20th century through the 1940s. The two-story home is constructed of prime native pine with a finished attic, balustrade porches, five fireplaces, and a slate roof. The house is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is designated a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark.

The Heritage House Museum offers exhibits and educational programs such as lectures, workshops, and craft demonstrations. It also hosts annual special events, including the Christmas Open House, the Past Times Celebration, and Trace of Old Lace.
Heritage Veterans Memorial Plaza
3801 MLK Parkway
Orange, TX 77630
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Family and/or friends of Orange County veterans are invited to add names of veterans, past and present, to the Memorial Plaza. Each veteran’s name, along with branch of service, can be inscribed in granite at a cost of $40. Also, individuals or businesses wishing to support the plaza project can purchase donor bricks inscribed with the donor’s name or business. Bricks are available in two sizes for $100 or $125 respectively.
Plaque and/or brick orders should be placed by April 30 (of any year) to insure being in place for the Memorial weekend ceremony.
Original home of the life-sized "Tears from a Grateful Heart" statue and original bell from USS Dyson, U.S. Navy Fletcher-Class Destroyer, built by Consolidated Steel Corporation of Orange in 1942.
Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation
Link: Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation Website
 
Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center
2111 West Park Avenue
Orange, TX 77630
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Phone: 409-670-9113
Link: Shangri La Botanical Gardens Website


Throughout history, the term Shangri La has represented a place of beauty, peace and enlightenment. In Orange, Texas, a modern Shangri La has been recreated with the best of both nature and gardens.

The formal Botanical Gardens contain more than 300 plant species in five formal rooms as well as four sculpture rooms. The Nature Center includes Adams Bayou boat excursions to educational outposts, a 15-acre Beaver Pond, a state-of-the-art bird blind, a bat house, thousands of nesting birds in Ruby Lake, and more up-close encounters with nature. Shangri La offers a glimpse of how people can live in harmony with nature, as it strives in its mission to "Mentor Children of All Ages to Be Kind to Their World".
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