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Leesburg

Leesburg’s Historic District provides a charming backdrop for shopping, dining, walking tours, visiting art galleries and buying those one of a kind items or the stylish ‘must have’ accessories …handbags, jewelry, clothing and more. Antiques and home furnishing stores are plentiful. The streets are lined with brick sidewalks, authentic, historic architecture and wonderful flowering trees and flower baskets. Discover the charm and the great buys.

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Historic Leesburg

Explore all the historic and contemporary venues Leesburg has to offer

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Ida Lee Park Recreation Center is a full-service recreation facility

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Shop at more than 110 designers and name-brand outlet stores at The Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets

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Village at Leesburg

Discover Loudoun County’s favorite destination to shop, dine and play. Delight in more than 60 boutiques, restaurants and entertainment experiences.

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The Tally Ho Theatre is a depression-era movie palace renovated as an art deco treasure & presenting live music & theater

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The Washington and Old Dominion Trail is a 45-mile route along the former roadbed of the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad, which runs through the urban heartland and into the Virginia countryside.

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Stroll around historic downtown Leesburg on the First Friday of each month, to enjoy numerous live music performances throughout the town, art exhibits, wine tastings, lectures, signings, and so much more!

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Morven Park

The former home of Westmoreland Davis, governor of Virginia from 1918-1922. This 1,000-acre oasis in Northern Virginia attracts about 100,000 people each year, enticed by the site’s exquisite scenery, historic gardens, sports fields, museum collections, Civil War hut site, and hiking trails.

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