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Blue Ridge Grill
Blue Ridge Grill is Northern Virginia’s answer to affordable and great tasting family dining!
You can enjoy a casual lunch or dinner in a warm, understated elegant atmosphere.
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill
Enjoy authentic wood-fired steak seafood entrees, bold- flavors, specialty cocktails
select wines in a polished-casual atmosphere offering top-notch service & upscale dining
at a modest price
Leesburg Public House
Enjoy a fabulous menu in a fun and comfortable new restaurant,
featuring over 30 craft beers on tap, unique cocktails and top-notch wine.
* All are Subject to Availability and time of year*
With its array of art galleries, fashion stores, antique shops, and home furnishing stores, Leesburg's downtown historic district is a treasure hunter's heaven. The authentic downtown also offers destination restaurants, fine accommodations, walking tours, and many special events throughout the year.
Founded in 1787, Middleburg is known as the capital of horse country. Elegant and sophisticated, Middleburg's mystique is evident in its graceful, tree-lined streets, stylish shops, excellent restaurants, and cozy inns. Quaint boutiques offer American and European fashions, gourmet foods, antique shops, and equestrian gifts and tack equipment. Special events such as steeplechase events, garden and stable tours, and the annual Christmas in Middleburg celebration add to the town’s welcoming atmosphere.
Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets
With over 110 designer and brand name stores, the Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets features merchandise at values of 25% to 65% off. Its unmistakable village feel makes shopping easy, convenient, and an experience in itself. Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets includes stores such as Off 5th Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet, Barney New York Factory Outlet, Coach, Burberry, and Smithsonian, the only one of its kind in the country.
The East Coast's only remaining freshwater ferry transports automobiles across the Potomac River between Virginia and Maryland. This scenic and historic ferry is a marvel of transportation from a bygone era guaranteed to take any passenger into the past.
Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park
Upon first glance, one will see a regional park. But follow the interpreted trail and you will discover a Civil War battle that was never meant to occur. Surprised, the Union soldiers fell backward off the bluff into the Potomac River where many perished, floating downstream to Washington, DC. And because of its poor management and the death of Senator Edward Baker, President Lincoln's good friend and godfather to his son, the first Congressional investigation on war was launched. Guided tours are offered on weekends from May through October.
As introductions go, the Loudoun Museum offers a very impressive and comprehensive overview of Loudoun County. It features exhibits covering every facet of the county's rich heritage. Walking tours, special exhibits, and enlightening lectures allow you to delve deeper into our local culture.
Historic Morven Park
This 1,000 acre estate was the home of World War I – era Virginia Governor Westmoreland Davis, although its history spans over 200 years. Special tours of Morven’s history, the 19th century Winmill Carriage Collection Museum, a Civil War camp site, and boxwood gardens may be arranged for individuals or groups with at least 24 hours advanced reservation. The historic mansion, Museum of Hounds & Hunting, and grounds are closed to the public during extensive interior and exterior restoration .
This National Trust property offers more than a guided tour of its Antebellum plantation, formal gardens, and 19th-century dependence buildings. Take a closer look and you will find the story of life on a plantation where the owners helped feed the locals during the turbulent Civil War, only to fall on hard times themselves. The story comes full circle when the plantation is later purchased as a summer estate for an affluent Washington family.
Loudoun's Wine Country
Loudoun's wine country features 12 wineries set in spectacular settings. It is a truly multi-sensory experience that includes breathtaking scenery, the unmistakable scent of grapes in the air, and the tasting of remarkable, award-winning wines. Naturally, the wineries are open for tours and tastings, and many offer special events throughout the year to further your experience.
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
America's newest air and space museum is a 760,000 square foot hangar facility with over 125 military and commercial aircraft and 130 major space artifacts on display for the first time in a museum setting. The collection includes the Space Shuttle "Enterprise," an SR-71, the Dash 80 prototype of the Boeing 707, the B-29 Superfortress "Enola Gay," and the de Havilland Chipmunk aerobatic plane, to name a few. This genuine treasure trove tells the history of aviation and space flight and will eventually display over 200 aircraft and 135 spacecraft. An IMAX theater, flight simulators, and observation tower over Dulles Airport add to this awe-inspiring attraction. Type your paragraph here.