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Loudoun history is American history. Lose yourself in the fascinating tales of those who have called this scenic locale home.

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  • Take in a Summer to Remember

  • Get Lost in Loudoun: Haunted Hunt

  • Get Lost in Loudoun: Hunting the Gray Ghost

  • Video Extras: The Battle of Ball's Bluff

  • Historic White's Ferry

  • Waterford Fair

  • Waterford Fair

  • The Red Fox Inn

  • Philomont General Store

  • Oatlands Historic House and Gardens

  • Mt. Zion Old School Baptist Church

  • John S. Mosby, The "Gray Ghost" of the Confederacy

  • John S. Mosby, The "Gray Ghost" of the Confederacy

  • Heritage Farm Museum

  • Loudoun Heritage Trailer

  • George C. Marshall's Dodona Manor

  • Ball's Bluff Civil War Battlefield

Heritage

Our history is America’s history. Lose yourself in the fascinating tales of those who have become a part of Loudoun’s historic tapestry.

John Mosby, Jackie Kennedy, George C. Marshall, and F. Scott Fitzgerald are just a few who lived and visited our historic place. Discover charming towns that are centuries-old -- including circa-1758 Leesburg and Middleburg, the capital of horse country. Explore heritage areas and civil war battlefields, and the last cable-operated ferry on the East Coast. Loudoun also is at the heart of The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area -- a 175-mile corridor between Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and Jefferson’s Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia. Gain a new appreciation for the historical and cultural significance of Loudoun County.