Oatlands is dedicated to advancing historic preservation by preserving the past and engaging the future. It is committed to interpreting the historical , cultural and natural significance of the property and to upholding its core values of stewardship, education, interpretation, research and community outreach.
|March 3 - Cultural Landscape of Slavery Panel Discussion||
March 4 - Contemplative Yoga in Nature
|March 11 - Visit Loudoun Wedding Toure||March 17 - St. Patrick's Afternoon Tea|
Watch the full video of the presentation.
Oatlands was proud to host this special history panel discussion on October 1, 2017 which drew more than 175 visitors. At Oatlands, our mission is to provide the opportunity for a thorough understanding of all of our history.
Tucked into a quiet corner of Oatlands Historic House and Gardens, this beautiful 3,600 square foot Inn boasts five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a living room, a lovely sunroom, a dining room, two sitting rooms and a full modern eat-in kitchen.
It's the perfect venue for your next special event, corporate retreat, weekend-getaway or wedding. For more information and to make your reservation, click here.
Courtesy: Ken DuPuis, Modern Filmworks, 2014
The Capital Campaign for Oatlands Hamlet: Completing the Historic Core of Oatlands Historic House & Gardens
In 2014, the Board of Directors of Oatlands Historic House & Gardens announced a capital campaign to raise much-needed funds to pay for the recent purchase of Oatlands Hamlet, 54 adjacent acres featuring several historic buildings.
With the acquisition of Oatlands Hamlet, we will strengthen and expand our mission of historic preservation, land conservation, research, education and community outreach, including new programs and events to further Oatlands' special place in Loudoun County for future generations of visitors to explore, experience and appreciate. Learn more >>
In partnership with Fabbioli Cellars, Oatlands has launched a wine label featuring an Oatlands Chambourcin and an Oatlands Vidal Blanc!
The new wine label reflects Oatlands' agricultural roots. In the late 1790s, Virginia planter George Carter established Oatlands and thereafter cultivated vines and harvested grapes.
Oatlands Wine... History you can taste! Available at the Oatlands Carriage House Gift Shop!