Beginning Monday, the Lexington Visitor Center operated by the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau will move inside Victorian Square.
The bureau announced the move earlier this year, saying the new location would allow it to attract about 40,000 tourists a year instead of 10,000 to its longtime offices at 301 East Vine Street.
For now, the Visitor Center will move into a temporary first-floor space at Victorian Square while it designs a permanent facility in the shopping center to open in the future.
"We are delighted to move to the downtown core and be more accessible to the many visitors utilizing the Lexington Convention Center and the downtown hotels," said bureau president Jim Browder in a statement.
The bureau's administrative offices, meanwhile, will be located on the 21st floor of the Lexington Financial Center.