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Sunday, October 1  - 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Click here for the event flyer with additional details.

Citizens who are following the current controversies about Civil War statues and monuments need to know about Loudoun County’s experience at the center of the clash of Unionism, Secessionism and demands for Justice for Enslaved People.

Come to Oatlands for Special Presentations on the Loudoun Rangers Union Battalion; African American Soldiers from Loudoun; African American Burial Grounds After the War; Faith, Freedom and the Conflict of Slavery; Free Black Communities in Loudoun Before the War; Loudoun Soldiers and Civilians During the War; and the History of Loudoun's Confederate Statue

Sponsored by: Black History Committee of the Friends of the Thomas Balch Library, Friends of the Thomas Balch Library, Loudoun Freedom Center, Mosby Heritage Area Association, NAACP Loudoun Chapter, Oatlands Historic House & Gardens, and Waterford Foundation, Inc.

Oatlands Mission Statement

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.

Upcoming Special Events


Sept. 30:
Architecture Tour of Oatlands
Oct. 1:
Contemplative Yoga in Nature




Oct. 22:
Harvest Festival
Oct. 22:
Recipe Share Afternoon Tea

Additional  Events

In the News

Introducing the Inn at Oatlands Hamlet!

With the generous support of John & Diana Jaeger and the design expertise of J&L Interiors, Oatlands is proud to introduce the Inn at Oatlands Hamlet!

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.


Oatlands Capital Campaign

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 >>

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