Towns & Places
Loudoun is composed of several towns, villages and places, each with their own distinct characteristics. The historic grounds of Middleburg, the rolling countryside of Lovettsville, the streetscapes of Leesburg – it’s all just part of what makes Loudoun County a must-visit destination for outdoor enthusiasts, foodies, beer and wine aficionados and history buffs.
Explore how each town’s charm adds to the unforgettable experience that is DC's Wine Country.
Leesburg (county seat)
Loudoun’s county seat is a picturesque little burg with a historic downtown bustling with...
Middleburg is America’s horse and hunt country capital, and Loudoun’s second largest town, is a...
Purcellville is known for its blend of history, special events and the numerous shops and retail...
Hillsboro is the smallest incorporated town in the county and one of the smallest towns in Virginia. Hillsboro...
While visiting, you may notice the name Old Ox is very prevalent in Ashburn. Old Ox Road is one of the oldest...
The town is recognized for its strong agricultural community that celebrates local produce and artisan goods.
Loudoun County was once a top dairy producer and one of the most significant animals in agricultural history...
True small-town atmosphere, hospitable residents and as its former namesake suggests, the underlying spirit of...
Learn the best things to do while visiting Bluemont, Virginia.
Founded in 1732 by Pennsylvania Germans who first called it “The German Settlement,”...
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