Welcome to Brunswick County

Byways Visitor Center

Brunswick County was awarded the Southern Economic Development grant from the Virginia Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission and the National Scenic Byways project grant from the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to redevelop the former International Paper Company commercial site to serve as the Brunswick Byways Visitors Center with interpretive displays, maps, brochures, and other amenities.

Completed in October 2017, the Brunswick Byways Visitor Center serves and informs the traveling public on the County's two Virginia Byways – Christanna Highway (Hwy 46) and Lake Gaston Byway (Highways 903/626), Native AmericanByways Visitors Center display heritage, Colonial American “frontier” history, Civil War history, early American religious history, natural resources and assets, and agricultural economy. Visitors will find two and three-dimensional exhibits, graphics, artifact cases, hands-on interactive exhibits, a short informational film, and brochures and maps to help direct travelers to the County's many attractions.

The Brunswick Byways Visitor Center is located on Highway 46 (Christanna Highway) approximately 3 miles south of U.S. Route 58 and the Town of Lawrenceville, and it is 10 miles south of Interstate 85.

Byways Visitors Center display
 Dixie Walker Daniel 
Tourism Coordinator

13516 Christanna Hwy
Lawrenceville, Virginia 23868