Things to do

Take advantage of your visit!

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Many of the architectural landmarks in Washington, D.C. commemorate important chapters in American history. Visit monuments and memorials like the breathtaking Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, the unprecedented Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the inspiring Marine Corps War Memorial — many of them only a short walk apart.

Site Seeing Not for You?  No problem!

Just 20 minutes from The Farm is historic Harpers Ferry, West Virginia situated between the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers where Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia meet.  Rich in history and adorned in beauty, your visit to Harpers Ferry will give you a taste of the best the area has to offer!

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Visit the Air & Space Museum!

The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum maintains the world’s largest and most significant collection of aviation and space artifacts, encompassing all aspects of human flight, as well as related works of art and archival materials. It operates two landmark facilities that, together, welcome more than eight million visitors a year, making it the most visited museum in the country. It also is home to the Center for Earth and Planetary Studies.

Go tubing or kayaking down the Shenandoah River!

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Tour the wineries of  Loudoun County aka “Little Tuscany”

Loudoun County wineries are leading Virginia producers of vinifera and New World grape wines. Soil conditions, temperate climate, access to technical experts and mentors, and skilled winemakers all contribute to Loudoun’s growing reputation as “D.C’s Wine Country.”

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Go to the horse races or watch a polo match!

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Go antiquing!

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Visit one of the quaint coffee shops!

Beans in the Belfry (my favorite) – from coffee to tea and crumpets to Sunday brunch with live jazz!  CLICK HERE to view their website!

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Stoneybrook Farm (organic farmer’s market and coffee shop)

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