Lynchburg, VA – The City of Lynchburg Office of Economic Development & Tourism has installed seven digital kiosks located throughout the city to offer information to residents, visitors, businesses, and students.
The digital kiosks will feature visitor information, trail maps, QR Codes to download visitor guides & brochures, and information on upcoming city events and festivals. Funding for the digital kiosks comes in part from the 2020 CARES Act for projects to assist with economic recovery and tourism promotion from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The seven locations for the digital kiosks include the Percival’s Island Trail entrance, The Lynchburg Community Market, Old City Cemetery, Kemper Street Amtrak Station, University of Lynchburg, Randolph College, and Lynchburg General Hospital.
“In an effort to reach more people and drive traffic to the wonderful businesses, events, and attractions in our City, we partnered with our anchor institutions like Centra and our local colleges and universities to install digital kiosks in strategic locations to reach our residents, visitors, businesses and students,” said Anna Bentson Assistant Director of City of Lynchburg Office of Economic Development & Tourism. “These kiosks will serve to engage users of these frequently trafficked sites and further promote all of the things happening in the City of Lynchburg.”
For more information about attractions, events and experiences in the City of Lynchburg, visit www.lynchburgvirginia.org.