Celebrating 20 Years 2003-2023
The story of Loudoun County farms is one of perseverance and ingenuity. Likewise, the story of Loudoun’s black villages is one of tenacious common purpose. The Nokes manure spreader provides a glimpse into the lives of the Nokes family and other residents of Nokesville, an unincorporated hamlet populated by black Loudouners during the Jim Crow era. . .
Travel through time to meet the 10 generations of Loudoun County residents that built this county and left their mark on the land.
Be a "farmer for a day" in our interactive exhibit area for children and their families. Milk a life-like cow, collect eggs from the play chickens, and ride the Equi-ponies.
The Waxpool General Store has been preserved as a time capsule of days gone by. Tour the store and play shopkeeper, shopper, or postmaster. Collection tours and research available by appointment.
An interactive exhibit on farm kitchens in the decade before WWI. Features appliances and furnishings used in kitchen before the electrification of farm homes.
Built to represent a 1909 one-room schoolhouse, this interactive exhibit highlights how education in Virginia has changed over the last century.
Discover what life was like for Loudoun's first inhabitants. Learn about what American Indians left behind in our county and how they used these tools to survive.
These equine agricultural materials come from the collection of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Buckardt. The collection was opened in 2011 and is available to view during select special events.
LHFM's latest addition is a blacksmith forge, installed in our 19th century barn. This special exhibition and workspace is the result of a partnership with Claude Moore Park and the Academies of Loudoun.
Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum
21668 Heritage Farm Lane Sterling, VA 20164