Make a weekend of it! 

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Leesburg Premium Outlets 

241 Fort Evans Rd NE

Leesburg, Virginia 20176

Hours:
Saturday: 10 am - 9 pm

Sunday: 12 noon - 6 pm

https://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlet/leesburg

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Stone Tower Winery

19925 Hogback Mountain Road

Leesburg, Virginia 20175

Rural wine producer offering self-guided vineyard tours, expert-led cellar visits & tastings.

https://www.stonetowerwinery.com/

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Leesburg Saturday Farmer's Market

Virginia Village Shopping Center

30 Catoctin Circle SE

Leesburg, Virginia 20175

Open November - April

9 am - 12 noon

https://www.loudounfarmersmarkets.org/leesburg-saturday

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Blue Ridge Grill Leesburg

955 Edwards Ferry Rd NE

Leesburg, Virginia 20176

https://brgrill.com/leesburg/

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Catoctin Creek Distilling

120 W. Main Street

Purcellville, Virginia 20132

T he first legal distillery in Loudoun County since before Prohibition!    Virginia is the birthplace of American whiskey! Try the award-winning Roundstone Rye! 

Tours & Tastings available! 

https://catoctincreekdistilling.com/

Loudon Co. is known for their wine, beer, and whiskey!

A quick google search will give you a multitude of places to visit for a craft brew or glass of Pinot! 

Also check out the local grub!

Monks BBQ  and Market Burger Fries & Shakes 

are both locally owned and sourced!

Before you leave town, make sure to grab a latte at

Happy Creek Coffee & Tea!

They are a 100% Gluten Free Cafe!

(but don't let that scare you away! You'd never know if I didn't tell you!)

In need of a little adventure?

Get lost in one of the escape rooms at EXIT PLAN VA  

or hop on a bike and cruise along the

Washington & Old Dominion Bike Trail. 

It's one of the first rail-to-bike trails in the U.S.!

Exploring Washington D.C.

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If you want to be a tourist...

Monuments at Night Guided Tour

A 3-hour guided tour through Washington D.C. with 10 historical stops and great photo ops!

Smithsonian Museums

The Natural History and Museum of American History are two of our favorites but they are all worth the trip! 

Make sure to book 2 days for the African American History & Culture Museum - you'll need it!

Reserved Timed Tickets Requires!

The Holocaust Museum

While it isn't a Smithsonian museum, it is definitely

worth a visit! 

Reserved Timed Tickets Required!

Walking the Mall

Find street parking or a garage near the National Mall and make your way from the Lincoln Memorial to the U.S. Capital!  

Grab Lunch/Dinner at these popular eateries:

Clyde's  (the Crab & Artichoke Dip is *chef's kiss*)

Founding Farmers (the Chicken & Waffles never disappoints!)

Old Ebbit Grill (the Seafood Tower for not for the faint of heart, but worth every penny!)

Ben's Chili Bowl  (Home of the Half Smoke!

Get a shake while you're at it!)

If you want to experience the
REAL D.C....

Grab a Jumbo Slice of Pizza

(it's literally bigger than your head) 

Check out the murals throughout the city! 

You'll have Instagram pics for weeks!

The Watermelon House is really one of a kind!

Find the Big Chair in Anacostia! (V St. SE)

Watch planes land at Reagan National Airport

from Gravelly Point

ARTECHOUSE DC - an Immersive Art & Tech space

Union Market - a one stop shop to eat, drink, & shop!

(best Guac in the city! Hands Down!)

Mi Cuba Cafe - Off the beaten path! Try the Vaca Frita, Empanadas, and the Cafe Bombon is to die for!

Capital City Mambo Sauce - They don't have a storefront, but "Mambo Sauce" is a DC staple - goes best with chicken wings and fries! 

Find a carry out in the city, or pick up a bottle to take home from the Food Lion in Leesburg!