About OrangeEstablished in 1836, Orange's inland harbor, connected to the Gulf of Mexico by the Sabine-Neches waterway, was once frequented by Jean Lafitte's pirates. The port also was the berth of the Navy's Texas Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet.
The First Presbyterian Church at 902 W. Green Ave. was completed in 1912. The copper-domed Greek Revival building features a beautiful collection of stained glass windows and an impressive 36-foot stained glass inner dome depicting 16 angels; phone (409) 883-2097.
Visitor Centers Orange Convention & Visitors Bureau 803 Green Ave. Orange, TX 77630. Phone:(409)883-1011 or (800)528-4906
Things to Do Stark Museum of Art
In-person hotel evaluations are unscheduled to ensure the inspector has an experience similar to that of members. All hotels must meet the same basic requirements for cleanliness, comfort and hospitality to be AAA Approved. A rating of one to five AAA Diamonds tells members what type of experience to expect, from no-frills to highly personalized.
AAA members who register and stay 2 nights between 9/19 - 11/17/19 will receive a voucher for a free night stay. Advance registration required. Other terms and conditions may apply.Best Western Orange Inn & Suites
2245 Hwy 62 S. Orange, TX 77630