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Historic Towns & Villages

  • Located on Route 50 between Gilbert's Corner (at the intersection of Rt. 50 and Rt. 15) and Middleburg. Aldie has an annual Harvest Festival in October....

  • Barboursville is an unincorporated community in Albemarle and Orange counties in the U.S. state of Virginia. Barboursville is famous for being the birthplace...

  • Loudoun's westernmost village, Bluemont was founded in the early 1800s and originally called Snickersville. On the 4th of July in 1900 railroad service...

  • Founded in 1792 by George and William Boone, cousins of Daniel Boone, Boonsboro forms a gateway to relevant colonial and Civil War heritage sites including...

  • A former Prince William County seat, this historic area served as a hub for activity for more than 75 years. The Brentsville site consists of 28 acres...

  • With the construction of the county courthouse in 1822, Brentsville became the county seat. Long before, it was the crossroads of Indian trade paths and...

  • Brunswick, MD

    Brunswick

    The area now known as Brunswick was originally home to the Susquehanna Indians of the Iroquois tribe. In 1728 the first settlement was built, and the region...

  • The community was named for George and Michael Buckey, who established a tannery here in 1775.

  • The site now known as Buckland had long been a site of significance for trade and transportation, due to its position on Broad Run and its relationship...

  • An historic village nestled between two Civil War battlefields in central Maryland.  Burkittsville became famous in 1999, when it was the setting...

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