There Are Lots of Ways to


From the bike trail to the ale trail, to scenic vineyard views and historic small towns, discover how Loudoun is a must-visit destination for lovers of artisanal, epicurean and culturally rich experiences.  Located in Northern Virginia just 25 miles outside Washington D.C., Loudoun County has attractions for outdoor enthusiasts, foodies, beer and wine aficionados and history buffs alike. Explore the LoCo Ale Trail and DC's Wine Country for a taste of local craft beverages, tour through historic mansions and museums, or immerse yourself into the great outdoors with kayaking and zip lining adventures. Browse our attractions below to start planning your Loudoun experience!

Make your trip to 

  Leesburg and Loudoun County  

One to remember!

Wineries & 

Wine Tastings

Sip on a glass of vino with family or friends while you enjoy all that Loudoun's Wine Trail has to offer from boutique style wineries where you can see the winemaker walking through the vines to Napa-Style tasting rooms that will take your breath away.

Get your 3-Day Pass to DC Wine's Country with the LoCo Wine Pass, a $165 value for only $25!

The LoCo

ale Trail

No matter what your favorite style is, you will find the perfect brew to quench your thirst along the LoCo Ale Trail. Divided into Farm Breweries, Purcellville Gateway, Downtown Leesburg and the Dulles Corridor, you can choose to conquer the trail cluster by cluster or visit a brewery in each category to get the full experience. Access the full guide to the LoCo Ale Trail to help plan your stops and start collecting passport stamps!

Civil War


Loudoun County was involved in the Civil War long before the first shots were fired as it was a county of divided loyalties. Once Virginia decided to leave the United States, Loudoun found itself on the border between two hostile nations.


Learn more about and experience the Loudoun County Civil War experience.



In Loudoun County, horses have been our passion for a long time. In fact, there are more horses here than in any other county in Virginia, which is why many Olympic riders live and train in Loudoun. So while you're here visiting, watch a jumper show at our equestrian event facilities, get adventurous on a horseback ride or go shopping for your own equestrian souvenir

These and many other attractions await you in Loudoun County and Leesburg, from great places to eat to outlet shopping options you'll find yourself wanting more time in the day.

Learn more about what Loudoun County has to offer.



100 Best Things

to do in Virginia

Looking to extend your stay and explore more of Virginia's many great attractions? From cities to historic towns, beaches to mountainous caverns, you will find that you'll never lack in exciting places to visit.  

Learn more about what Virginia has to offer by reading the article "100 Best Things to do in Virginia".



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