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Historic Towns & Villages

  • Lincoln, VA

    Lincoln

    This small, picturesque Quaker village is located adjacent to Purcellville. The "Lincoln Loop" is a self-guided 3.5 mile tour along a dirt road...

  • Lovettsville is Loudoun's northernmost town, situated close to the Potomac River. It was founded in 1733 by German farm families who migrated south from...

  • Lucketts, VA

    Lucketts

    Loudoun's northernmost village and is known for its antique shops busting with eclectic treasures. Each August Lucketts hosts its country fair, which kicks...

  • Madison County was granted a charter in December 1792 well after the earliest colonists had settled the area. It was named for the Madison family that...

  • According to legend, the name Manassas was derived from an Indian source or from Manasseh, a Jewish innkeeper at Manassas Gap. Manassas originated in 1852...

  • If there was an official capital of horse country in America, it would be Middleburg. This small town of about 600 residents has held undisputed claim...

  • Middletown is a small, rural community steeped in American history. Located in the beautiful Middletown Valley that stretches between the Catoctin Mountains...

  • Established in 1830, the town was known for its station on the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad at Parr’s Ridge. The town did not receive an official...

  • In 1749, the unincorporated town of Orange Court House became the county seat. The Town was incorporated in 1872; in 1890, the official name was shortened...

  • The Town of Orange became Orange County's judicial seat in 1749 when Culpeper County was cut off, making the previous courthouse location at Raccoon Ford...

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