Town of Middleburg

Founded:

1787

Population:

851

Historic Fun Fact:  

Middleburg’s quaint and iconic main street is filled with dozens of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, including the famous Red Fox Inn and Tavern whose walls have housed people like the Kennedys and Elizabeth Taylor.

Call it Like a Local:

Stop in the The Upper Crust Bakery and order a dozen Cow Puddles. Trust us.

Known For:  

Middleburg, the nation's horse and hunt capital, is home to horses, foxes, and equestrians. These themes carry through its retail establishments, tack stores, art galleries, specialty shops and, most notably, the famous annual Christmas in Middleburg Parade.

Hidden Gems:

Catch a peak of the rare books collection at The National Sporting Library and Museum and while enjoying a relaxing bite to eat, be sure to take in the painted ceilings at Market Salamander.

Newest Attractions:

Red Bar Sushi and Zest Clothing & Co.

Local Favorites:

Mt. Defiance Cidery & Distillery, Duchessa, Greenhill Winery & Vineyards, Middleburg Common Grounds as well as the Middleburg spring and fall steeplechase races.