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Rentals, snack bar, and full-service pro shop. Cosmic Bowling on Saturday nights.
Loudoun: DC's Wine Country
Voted "one of Loudoun's Hottest New Restaurants," Vintage 50 delights with the appeal of an urban lounge that combines classic sensibilities with ...
The Marshall House is a restored home and gardens of General George C. Marshall, Architect of Allied Victory for World War II, Special Ambassador ...
Catoctin Skatepark is a 12,000 square foot lighted skating area for inline skaters, skateboarders, and bikes*. Built by the Town of Leesburg's ...
Loudoun Academy of the Arts Gallery 222
Established in 1852 and open to people of all faiths, this cemetery contains several notable monuments including a Confederate War memorial. Daily ...
Mike Carroll has been selling wines from around the world at The Leesburg Vintner in downtown Leesburg since 1988. Now Mike has his own label of ...
Gleedsville Art Gallery
The Loudoun Museum's Children's Colonial Garden recreates those garden varieties maintained by American Colonists for a variety of domestic uses. ...
Inscription: "Leesburg! Paradise of the youthful warrior! Land of excellent edibles and beautiful maidens!" - so wrote a Confederate artilleryman in ...
The center of Loudoun's visual arts combines fine art galleries, working artist studios, and a full lineup of art classes and workshops for adults ...
The property includes 122 acres of passive parkland with access to the Potomac River and Goose Creek at the non-motorized boat landing at Kephart ...
Inscription: Here Lee turned east to the Potomac, crossing at White's Ford, September 6, 1862, in his invasion of Maryland. Jubal A. Early, returning ...
Leesburg has more than 65 restaurants and 250 retail stores that draw shoppers from near and far.
This historic twin theater showcases first-run feature films, movie theme nights, live comedy, and magic and musical acts.
Thomas Balch Library
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