by Janis Golden
Nestled in scenic Loudoun County on over 400 acres, visitors to Oatlands Historic House and Gardens experience a remarkable glimpse into the past. Oatlands is home to several school and scout programs, family friendly events like the Harvest Festival, specialty tours focusing on the enslaved, gardens and architecture, and beautiful wide open spaces.
"It is hard to believe a place like Oatlands still exists in the middle of the fastest growing county in the country. I encourage everyone to take a look at what Oatlands has to offer – there is something here specifically for you," says Janis Golden, Manager of Programming and Education.
Family-friendly activities at the Oatlands include:
Monday through Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 1pm to 5pm
The last tour of each day is at 4pm.
20850 Oatlands Plantation Lane
Leesburg, VA 20175
Unless otherwise noted, photos are courtesy of Oatlands. This guest post is done in cooperation with Oatlands.
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