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How the Visitors Bureau Can Help

How the Visitors Bureau Can Help

Orange County, NC includes the towns of Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Hillsborough. Each offers a distinct “vibe” with varying venues, amenities and events for groups of all ages and interests.

Chapel Hill is the charming hometown of the nation’s oldest state university, the University of North Carolina. The collegiate setting is perfect for small-to medium-size meetings. Sure, we have history, beauty and culture, but it’s our people who make your visit so enjoyable.

The Chapel Hill/Orange County Visitors Bureau will help plan your next meeting, conference or group event. We offer the following complimentary services:

  • Generate leads to appropriate hotels and facilities based on your specifications and preferences.
  • Arrange a personal site tour of the available facilities.
  • Provide promotional brochures for your pre-registration packet.
  • Provide visitors and dining guides, and maps for your on-site information table.
  • Suggest itineraries for attendees, spouses, and guests.

Suggested Itineraries

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  • Cultural Arts

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  • Historic Hillsborough

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