Aldie Mill Historic Park

Historical Sites, National & State ParksAldie, VA

Aldie Mill was built between 1807-1809 and survives today as Virginia's only grist mill, powered by twin waterwheels, that is open to the public. For more than 150 years the mill ground for markets along the East Coast and in Europe. The site is rich in Civil War heritage as well as early 19th-century manufacturing history.

Aldie Mill Historic Park

39401 John Mosby Highway
Aldie, VA 20105

Loudoun County, VA
703-327-9777

TOUR INFO

Free guided tours and grinding demonstrations are offered on weekends from mid-April through mid-November. Group tours may be arranged by appointment for a small fee. Education and Scout programs are available.

MORE ABOUT THE AREA

Aldie Mill Historic Park is one of five parks along Rt. 50 owned by NOVA Parks, that share the stories of the June 1863 Cavalry Battles of Aldie, Middleburg & Upperville. For more information, visit www.novaparks.com.

LOCAL TOURISM REFERENCES

Learn more about Loudoun County on its website.

https://www.visitloudoun.org