Village of Lucketts

Founded:

1865

Historic Fun Fact:

Because of the Black Oak trees that grow in this region, Lucketts was once known as the Black Swamp. Now home to rare salamanders, birds, flora and fauna, the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy offers programming about this rare wetland.

Call it Like a Local:

If someone asks you to Vanish - don’t worry - they are most likely asking you to accompany them to one of Loudoun’s favorite farm breweries. Vanish Farmwoods Brewery is located on the 53-acre Black Hops Farm in beautiful Lucketts. Stop in for a beer experience that is truly plant to pint!

Known For:  

Known for its antique shops, Lucketts is bursting with eclectic treasures at places like the Old Lucketts Store, a circa 1879, three-story building that was formerly a post office and general store.

Hidden Gem:

Stop by Loudounberry Farm & Garden to pick up quality produce, all locally sourced. Enjoy the warm feel of a unique roadside market offering a variety of products ranging from meats, cheeses and organic milks to pumpkins, flowers and coffee!

Nearby Local Favorites:

The Old Lucketts Store, Bee Keeper’s Cottage, Roots 657 Café & Market, Tarara Winery, Fabbioli Cellars