With virtual tours and other interactive online platforms, even the global pandemic won’t be able to stop you from exploring and experiencing the best of Loudoun County! Thanks to the efforts of county officials and participating establishments, you’ll be able to view great videos and enjoy interactive experiences right from the comfort of your own home.
Although it’s definitely not the same experience as visiting in person, we hope the virtual tours we’ve included in this page will inspire you to visit these great Loudoun County destinations as soon as it’s possible!
Aldie Mill Virtual Field Trip
Enjoy a virtual tour of Aldie Mill, a 200-year-old restored gristmill that’s a significant part of northern Virginia’s rich industrial heritage. Constructed in the early 1800s, Aldie Mill was once the largest factory in Loudoun County and is one of the most-visited historical sites in the county today.
The Aldie Mill Virtual Field Trips consist of three unique virtual tours that cover the history of Aldie Mill, how the mill functions, and its role during the Civil War.
National Sporting Library & Museum
The National Sporting Library & Museum’s YouTube channel features discussions, Q&A sessions, and demonstrations with artists, gallery talks, history lessons, step-by-step art lessons for kids, and more.
Visit NationalSporting.org for more information on NSLM’s programs, exhibitions, and collections.
Oatlands Historic House & Gardens
Enjoy a virtual guided tour of the Oatlands Historic House & Gardens, a National Historic Landmark that was given by the Eustis family to the public in 1965. The informative tour shows you exactly what you’ll be able to see when you join a tour of Oatlands, and also throws in a few “behind the scenes” fun facts that are not part of the regular tour.
Walsh Family Wine’s Drinkwell Virtual Tasting Series
Join Sarah and Nathan Walsh, the founders of Walsh Family Wine as they sample incredible wines, talk about winemaking, and interview other winemakers and wine lovers throughout the community.
Sarah and Nathan’s Drinkwell series is an ongoing virtual tasting series available on their Facebook page every Friday, and is a great way to develop your wine palate, learn more about winemaking, and get tips and insider info from the founders of one of Loudoun County’s top wineries.
Franklin Park Arts Center
Nestled within the picturesque Franklin Park, the Franklin Park Arts Center is a 263-seat arts center with stadium-style seating, a full art gallery lobby, and state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems. Opened in 2008, the center promotes and showcases the work of talented local, national, and international artists in all disciplines.
Visit their YouTube channel to watch artist talks, gallery tours, exclusive performances, and many more.
George C. Marshall’s Dodona Manor Virtual Tour
Get a glimpse of the historic former home of General George C. Marshall, who rose from the ranks of the U.S. Army to serve as the Chief of Staff under President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense under President Truman.
he virtual tour of Dodona Manor in Leesburg, VA gives viewers a unique opportunity to step back in time and see the home exactly how it was when the Marshalls lived there in the 1950s.
Loudoun Made Loudoun Grown Marketplace
Enjoy a unique online shopping experience straight from Loudoun County’s local farms! With the Loudoun Made Loudoun Grown Marketplace, consumers can now take advantage of an e-commerce platform that allows them to shop for quality produce and support local farms.
Created by the Take Loudoun Home initiative, the Loudoun Made Loudoun Grown Marketplace is an online marketplace where you can purchase any product you see on the site, and every transaction is done directly between you and the local farmer or rural business. By buying goods from the online marketplace, you’re getting the best of what the fertile land of Loudoun has to offer, while also helping the local economy and keeping farmers in business.
here you have it! We hope you’ve enjoyed the tours we’ve included in this page – think of it like an introduction for when you do get the chance to visit the actual locations in the future!
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