80 Prosperity Ave
Leesburg, VA 20175
Phone: (703) 669-1650
Fax: (703) 669-0687
80 Prosperity Ave, Leesburg, VA, US, 20175
- Phone: (703) 669-1650
- Fax: (703) 669-0687
Arts & Museums
Tours of George C. Marshall's Leesburg home, Dodona Manor, are available at this center that also helps underwrite documentaries, provides speakers, hosts related events, and works with local schools.
Step back in time and explore the past while at this museum that contains original documents and artifacts from the 18th century, Civil War exhibits, and much more. The museum offers an orientation video, walking tours, and exhibits covering all aspects of Loudoun history.
Visit Lovettsville's quaint museum which offers unique displays of the town's history, as well as information regarding genealogy, such as history of families, homes, and businesses.
The museum is dedicated to collecting, housing, researching, and presenting exhibits on the history of 300 years of farming and rural life in Loudoun County. The grounds include farm animals, barns, and an 18th century farm house. Plant a seed in your young farmer's imagination and watch it grow at one of the Metro area's newest museums. At the Heritage Farm Museum, you can meet Milkie the Cow, travel back in time to the Waxpool General Store and be a farmer for a day. Your family will reap the rewards of time well spent.
An interest in the local history will definitely attract you to this place. Herndon Historical Society Museum is steeped in heritage that dates back to 1857. Exhibitions here include historical pictures, artifacts and memorabilia dating back to World War II. This establishment is on the National Register of Historic Places and a visit here offers a unique glimpse into a bygone era.
Railroad memorabilia, information on the town's namesake, Commander William Lewis Herndon, and artifacts from local residents can be found at this museum. Operated by the Historical Society of Herndon, it is housed in a building which dates back to the 1850s and served as a train station until 1968.
GreaterRestonArtsCenter (GRACE) enriches community life by promoting involvement and excellence in contemporary visual arts. In pursuit of this mission, GRACE provides a year-round program of visual art exhibitions, education programs for all ages, and special events.
Founded in 1974 to stimulate awareness of the visual arts, this nonprofit arts center provides a year-round program of exhibitions, educational art and humanities lectures, children's art workshops, a children's summer arts program, and special events throughout the year.
Dedicated to exploring and celebrating the history of Reston, this museum is filled with a wide array of exhibits that tell the history of one of the most unique areas of Fairfax County and the museum also offers free, drop-in children's art workshops every Saturday morning and walking tours. A museum shop is also on site which features Reston T-shirts and mugs, prints, pottery, and handcrafts by local Reston artists.
Visit the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center to take a look at Blackbird- the fastest jet-plane in the world; or the famous space vehicle Discovery that has completed 39 space missions till date. The center is attached to the National Air And Space Museum and displays many aeronautical equipment and air crafts to the public. There are two hangars and an Observation Tower that provides a panoramic view of the adjacent Washington Dulles International Airport.
Museum featuring the life of John Brown represented in life-size figures. Open seven days a week from mid-March to mid-December.
Exhibits on Latvian history and culture. Open first Sunday each month, 12 -2 pm and by appointment/ /for individuals and groups. Admission by donation; free parking/