WELCOME TO THE LOUDOUN HERITAGE FARM MUSEUM

WELCOME TO THE LOUDOUN HERITAGE FARM MUSEUM

WELCOME TO THE LOUDOUN HERITAGE FARM MUSEUMWELCOME TO THE LOUDOUN HERITAGE FARM MUSEUMWELCOME TO THE LOUDOUN HERITAGE FARM MUSEUM

About Us

Upcoming pROGRAMS

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FARMING IN STERLING: 

THE EDDS, EWING, AND NOKES FAMILIES

Saturday, February 15, 2020

1:00pm - 3:00pm


The program is FREE and open to the public.  Reservations not required. 


Before Countryside, Cascades, and Dulles Town Center, there were African American-owned farms in the Sterling Area.  


Presenters:

Donna Bohanon - Black History Committee of the Friends of the Thomas Balch Library

Lori Kimball - Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum

Joan Martin Smith - Granddaughter of Flora and William Edds

Richard Nokes and family - Descendants of the Nokes family


Historic documents from the Loudoun County Courthouse will be on display.


Presented by the Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum, Black History Committee of the Friends of the Thomas Balch Library, and the Clerk of the Circuit Court.

 






UPCOMING EVENTS

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TAKE LOUDOUN HOME EXPO

Heritage Farm Museum/Claude Moore Park

March 14, 2020 

1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

 
FREE ADMISSION! 


Celebrate Loudoun’s agricultural bounty and locally made products. Learn about Loudoun’s farms and farm wineries, including community-supported agriculture (CSAs) for products like vegetables, fruit, meat, dairy, and even wine club memberships.


 This is a unique opportunity to take your piece of Loudoun home and sign up for farm shares that will carry through the growing season. Some exhibitors will have tastings and samples available. 


 

KIDS' NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM

Saturday, February 8, 2020

6:00pm - 9:00pm

(Ages 4 - 11) Drop the kids off for a night of pizza, crafts, and educational play time in our interactive museum gallery. Preregistration and prepayment REQUIRED.

REGISTER HERE


our mission

Child visiting the Workhorse Collection during a special event at the Heritage Farm Museum

The Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum is dedicated to preserving, promoting, and bringing to life the rich agricultural history of Loudoun County.


Through our interactive exhibits, the Museum highlights 250 years of Loudoun's agricultural heritage. 

TAKE A TOUR OF THE LOUDOUN HERITAGE FARM MUSEUM

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum

21668 Heritage Farm Lane, Sterling, VA 20164, US

(571) 258-3800

Hours AND ADMISSION

Tuesday - Saturday, 9:30am - 4:30pm

Sunday 11:30am - 4:30pm

Monday, CLOSED


Last admission, 4:00pm


$5/Adults

$4/Seniors and Military

$3/Children (ages 2-12)

FREE, Children under 2


We are a Blue Star Museum