The Mathews County Visitor & Information Center,
part of the Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network,
is your source for maps, brochures, event tickets, the community
calendar, and more.
Located in historic Sibley's General Store, MCVIC is
home to the " Mathews Artist Showcase" -- a unique offering of fine crafts that are designed and created by over sixty Mathews County artisans;
as well as, a library and a collection of historical exhibits and educational displays.
If you would like to feel as if you are there at the center, try out our Virtual Tour of MCVIC
Donate now to Lend a Hand in Saving Sibley's General Store
MATHEWS COUNTY VISITOR
In Historic Sibley's General Store
P.O. Box 1456
Mathews, VA 23109
WINTER HOURS -
Closed the first 2 weeks in Jan.
Then, open Thur, Fri and Sat 10 am - 4 pm
Regular hours resume March 1
exhibits sponsored in part
by a grant from
A handy pocket guide to
all things Mathews.
Published annually by
MCVIC, distributed free
at retail outlets and businesses throughout Mathews.
M A T H E W S
sponsored by MCVIC
Dec 13th, 2014 at 1:00 PM
Call 725-4BAY or email
This day is a huge event for Mathews - Bring your friends and family to celebrate an old fashioned Mathews Christmas ~ this year our theme is a 'Coastal Christmas Celebration'.
Thank you to Mrs. Ann Miller, Brenda Baker, and Jo Ann Mulvany for all the hard work that makes this event such a big success.
To Enter the Parade:
Please register before Dec. 10th
Registration form in Word
Registration form in PDF
call 725-4BAY for details
A Coastal Christmas Celebration
Help us renovate Sibley's General
Store the permanent home of the Mathews County Visitor & Information
We have a wonderful selection of gifts, art and crafts. The revenue from what you can
purchase at MCVIC has helped us to install plumbing, water, and a handicap access to
this old Mathews icon. We are now focusing on the creation of the Discover the Chesapeake Bay room and repairs that this gentle old building needs. You can help by shopping with us or leaving a donation.
Buy a Plate ~ Support the Chesapeake Bay