Things To Do In Leesburg

Two Private Lessons, Two Group Classes, and Two Practice Sessions for One or Two (Up to 79% Off)

Dance King Entertainment

Leesburg

$220 $49

Students learn salsa, Argentine tango, or swing during private and group lessons, then unleash their skills at practice sessions

One or Three Months of Tae Kwon Do or Krav Maga Classes at ATA ELITE Martial Arts(Up to 70% Off)

ATA ELITE Martial Arts

Leesburg

$200 $80

Staff of master black belts teach the self-defense techniques of tae kwon do and krav maga; Spanish speaking instruction available

90-Minute Historical Mansion and Carriage Museum Tour for Two or Four at Morven Park (Up to Half Off)

Morven Park

Leesburg

$20 $10

A historical interpreter leads tours through a Greek revival mansion filled with art before showcasing a collection of horse-drawn carriages

Winery Experience, Souvenir Glasses, Tastings, and $20 Gift Card for Two or Four (Up to 47% Off)

Willowcroft Farm Vineyards

Blue Ridge

$47 $25

Scenic winery educates guests about winemaking as they taste samples; gift card can purchase wine accessories

$139 for Vineyard Bike Tour for Two from Trail's End Cycling Company ($278 Value)

Trail's End Cycling Company

Purcellville

$278 $139

Fully supported guided bike tours roll along scenic farmland, stopping at no less than two local vineyards for tours and tastings

Entry to Northern Virginia BrewFest for One or Two on Sunday, June 22 at Morven Park (Up to 55% Off)

Northern Virginia BrewFest

Catoctin

$20 $10

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Craft breweries from across the country dispense samples of brews alongside food stalls, arts and crafts, and live entertainment

Two Weeks of Personal Training for One or Two at LizFit (Up to 59% Off)

LizFit

Leesburg

$240 $99

Certified trainer and nutritional consultant tailors a workout regimen based on the goals of each client

Kids' 12-Week Weekday or Weekend Fall Dance Classes at Bella Ballerina (Up to 55% Off)

Bella Ballerina

Multiple Locations

$299 $135

Kids' aged 18 months to 10 years keep active with classes that focus on the basics of ballet, tap, and jazz

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Though the name might insinuate otherwise, The Beer Joint actually specializes in three things: burgers, bourbon, and, yes, beer. They have so many varietals of the latter two, that all the drinks are divided into three profiles. For bourbon, that's traditional, high-wheat, and high-rye; for beer that's blonds, reds, and bolds, all of which are brewed in the pub's onsite brewery. The burgers are equally varied, and not just in the way of toppings. Some, like the All-American, layer tomatoes, onions, and cheese between sesame-seed buns. Others, like an octogenarian who can slam dunk, are bit more unexpected, like meatball-style sliders on toasted bread, or full-size patties bulked up with suet (beef fat) or Japanese beef. And for those who crave something a little different, The Beer Joint also offers up ribs, wings, and beer-battered mozzarella cheese sticks,

50 Catoctin Cir NE
Leesburg,
VA
US

Cuisine Type: Distilled Spirits?Whisky, Gin, and Brandy

Established: 2009

Reservations: Required

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Parking: Free street parking

Most popular offering: Roundstone Rye

Alcohol: Full bar

Delivery / Take-out Available: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Pro Tip: Bottles may be purchased on site directly from the distillery.

Q&A with Scott Harris, Owner

What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?

The building we call home was built in the first year of Prohibition in a town known for it's support of the Temperance movement.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

Catoctin Creek Distilling Company was founded by Becky and Scott Harris in 2009 as the first legal distillery in Loudoun County since before Prohibition. We are located in Purcellville, Virginia, in the heart of the Loudoun Valley. Loudoun County, often called D.C.'s Wine Country, is home to more than twenty vineyards and wineries, and it now has a distillery.

The name "Catoctin" is a regional name. Pronounced Ka-TOCK-tin. The name derives from the Indian tribal name "Kittocton" which, legend has it, meant "place of many deer". Catoctin describes a range of mountains and the creek which flows picturesquely into the Potomac River and Chesapeake Watershed.

At Catoctin Creek, we believe in high quality food and spirits. Organic means higher quality: grain and fruit, sourced locally when possible, free of pesticides and chemical additives that would come through in the spirits we produce. Sure, it is more difficult to produce organically, but the results speak for themselves. And kosher is another way to respect the tradition of high quality foods.

D?cor can say a lot about the type of food a restaurant serves. How does your d?cor inform or reflect your culinary practice?

Industrial chic. This working distillery is in a beautifully renovated 1920's era Buick dealership. Exposed brick, huge windows and open ceilings give a spacious and inviting feel to the tour experience.

In your own words, how would you describe your distillery?

Visit the first family-owned distillery in Loudoun County since before Prohibition. See this working distillery in production, including our custom-made Kothe potstills and condensers. Tours will highlight the process of making distilled spirits, including fermentation, distillation, aging, and bottling.

Often, depending on the day, you may see much of this equipment in operation and meet and speak with the owners.

120 West Main Street
Purcellville,
VA
US

As the promoter of antique shows across the East Coast, Dordy Fontinel's career is almost as storied as the pieces of vintage Americana she vends. A collector since her teenage years, Dordy first started in the antiques business in 1978, eventually moving into promotion in 1992. She was joined in her new venture by her husband, Stillie Mason, an auctioneer with 18 years of experience. Together, the pair helps dealers display their wares to new crowds of collectors, filling their events with vintage home decor, jewelry, and accessories?many of which date from the 1760s to the 1960s.

250 South Nursery Avenue
Purcellville,
VA
US

Augustine Golf Club's award-winning course was sculpted to reflect its natural beauty with its distinctive par 4s sculpted by course architect, Rick Jacobson. Although the greens at Augustine declined for a few years, recent renovations have restored the course to its former glory, once again luring golfers to its babbling streams and forest. Farther north, rivals Augustine's sister course, Raspberry Falls. Course architect Gary Player remarked that the Falls, once an 18th-century plantation, “was made for a golf course.” Inspired by this ideal setting, he dreamed up the links-style course at Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club, whose meandering brooks, stone walls, and stacked-sod bunkers evoke Scotland, while its vista of the Catoctin Mountains remind players they’re in Virginia.

These golf havens have more than picturesque views in common—they are two of six award-winning courses united by Raspberry Golf Management’s portfolio, which stretches from Virginia to Pennsylvania and skips over to Arizona. Gary Player’s design team for Raspberry Falls included Tim Freeland, who went on to design two of the firm’s other courses: Royal Manchester Golf Links, whose bentgrass fairways sidle up to the Susquehanna River, and Old Hickory Golf Club, a parkland-style course crisscrossed by Beaver Creek. The management company's other gems include The Legacy Golf Resort, where cowboys used to ride their rocking horses around a 7,500-acre ranch, and Bull Run Golf Club, which sprawls across more than 450 acres of meadows and woodlands at the foot of the Bull Run Mountains.

Raspberry Pln
Leesburg,
VA
US

A 2,000-year-old game from Asia. An Argentinean polo player. A farm in northern Virginia. What may seem like the openings to three different stories is actually the description of one place: Middleburg Polo Academy. The scenic farm ground originally set the scene to a polo boarding and training facility by seasoned polo player Daniel Tognini and his wife, Ilene. These grounds morphed into an academy in 2007, thanks to the Tognini children, who had become enraptured with polo and the eponymous collared shirts the horses wore. Striving to inspire other youths with the game he first mastered in his native Argentina, Tognini fills Middleburg?s calendar with classes, camps, and private tutorials, teaching the history of polo and techniques to help students eventually compete in the sport.

Along with Middleburg Polo Academy, Daniel runs Amigos Outback Adventure and specializes in rustic outdoor activities. Families gather together to enjoy authentic adventures such as trail rides, canoe and river boat trips, and outdoor wine tastings.

20221 Foggy Bottom Rd
Bluemont,
VA
US

If there's one word to describe the success of Willowcroft Farm Vineyards, it's persistence. Owner and winemaker Lew Parker planted the first vines on what is now Willowcroft's home vineyard in 1980, but they didn't grow. They died. Doubt about the feasibility of the project came from everywhere, including the Virginia Extension Service. Lew planted anyway, and in 1981 he grew his first cabernet sauvignon, riesling, and chardonnay grapes. Today, through Lew's hard work and horticultural innovation, Willowcroft bottles 14 different varietals from reds such as the merlot and cabernet franc to whites such as the chardonnay or muscat-ottonel.

Willowcroft's wines maintain a crisp, clean flavor due to the winery's sustainable dry farming, and have garnered a litany of awards since their first vintages in 1984. However, the wine isn't the only draw to the winery. Located atop Catoctin Ridge, panoramic views unfurl from the winery's open terraces, where visitors can enjoy cheese and wine purchased onsite.

38906 Mount Gilead Rd
Leesburg,
VA
US

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