Oatlands is closed for daily tours until 3/23/14. Events and teas continue and administrative offices remain open during January, February and March. We hope to see you soon!
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A stately mansion, beautiful rolling farmland, exquisite gardens, a repository of more than 200 years of American history and culture – all of these can be found at Oatlands Historic House and Gardens near Leesburg, Virginia.
Oatlands was wstablished in the early 19th century by George Carter. Through the labor of an enslaved work force, the farm became a thriving wheat plantation and base for numerous business enterprises until the time of the Civil War. During most of the 20th century Oatlands served as the country estate of Mr. and Mrs. William Corcoran Eustis, affluent Washingtonians with strong ties to the national arts community and American political arena.
Now a National Trust Historic Site, National Historic Landmark, and Network To Freedom site, Oatlands is flourishing with four full seasons of activities. Come visit this beautiful part of Virginia with its important historic landscape, hear the stories Oatlands has to tell, discover the history of the place and its personalities, and enjoy the many programs and events at Oatlands.
Oatlands is open to the public Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm, and Sunday from 1pm to 5pm. The last tour of each day is at 4pm. Please click on "Visit Oatlands" in the menu to the left for more information about visiting.
Please click on "Events" in the menu to the left for more information on upcoming special tours and events.
Host your wedding or other special event at Northern Virginia's most spectacular outdoor venue! Click the "Weddings" or "Property Rentals" section in the menu to the left for more information. Book your holiday parties now!
Memberships, event tickets, donations and merchandise are all available for online purchase. Oatlands accepts Mastercard and Visa.