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22 ratings21 reviews
January 4, 2021
Very nice people, fun trails to enjoy after, and an interesting and engaging museum display. Designed to be hands on and, with Covid, that wasn’t happening so that was sad, but still a great and safe activity for winter! I’d go back!
Beautiful experience at this great farm museum exhibit! We had the apple press guide and learned how to use it to make apple cider! The staff was wonderful, friendly, knowledgeable and had great safety measurements wearing masks and had hand sanitizer available to guests. Great for all ages, our kids really enjoyed learning how to use the apple press machine and lots of facts we didn’t know.
My children thoroughly enjoyed role playing life in the olden days of a one room school house, shopping in the old general store, milking a cow, and more. My one complaint is that the lighting is poor and it made it a dark environment to explore and play in.
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About This Deal
What’s included: Walk-in general admission on weekends or weekday daily programs booked at least 24 hours in advance
Adult tickets valid for customers ages 12+; child tickets valid for customers 2-12
Transportation: the museum is located within Claude Moore Park in Sterling, Virginia.
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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 90 days. Valid only for option purchased.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum
Entering Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum feels like stepping back in time. Dedicated to preserving local history, this institution highlights over 250 years of agricultural history of Loudoun County, Virginia with an abundance of traditional and interactive exhibits. Here, guests can become a farmer for a day and milk a life-like cow, play shopkeeper, shopper, or postmaster at the Waxpool General Store, or tour a one-room schoolhouse built to represent a 1909 educational facility.
And to top it off, Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum also organizes summer camps, birthday parties, and other events for adults and children alike.