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Tours of a brick manor provide an overview of the WWII military leader's wartime & private life.

Oatlands is a 400 acre historic destination where guests can enjoy beautiful vistas, 4.5 acres of formal gardens, 8 miles of equestrian and walking trails, and stay in one of our 3 AirBNB homes. Located 10 minute from downtown Leesburg. Come join us to learn about America’s past and make your own memories through celebrations, events, and programs of all types.

Hillsboro was established in 1752 in the gap of the Short Hill just east of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Known simply as “The Gap” for its first half century, Hillsboro today stands among the best-preserved 18th/19th-century rural villages in Virginia, with the entire Town on the National Register of Historic Places. Minutes from the Appalachian Trail, Shenandoah River, Harpers Ferry and 11 miles northwest of the Loudoun County seat of Leesburg, historic Hillsboro is the hub of one of Virginia’s largest wine regions and tourism destinations.

Founded in 1943, the Waterford Foundation is one of America’s first community-based historic preservation organizations. Our mission is to preserve the historic buildings and open spaces of the National Historic Landmark of Waterford, Virginia, and, through education, to increase the public’s knowledge of life and work in an early American rural community. We invite you to join us in fulfilling this mission as a Waterford Foundation member, donor, and/or volunteer. The Waterford Fair, along with other programs sponsored by the Waterford Foundation such as the Second Street School program and the Waterford Craft School, helps support the mission of preservation and education.