Towns & Villages

Towns & Villages

Loudoun County has seven incorporated towns and a number of villages to explore. Learn more about the history and culture of the area or even visit a quaint bed and breakfast while taking in breathtaking views. Loudoun’s towns and villages have an unmistakeable rural charm that you’re sure to enjoy.

Loudoun Villages

Loudoun County has numerous villages each unique in their own right. Explore the charming antique shops in Aldie, bring the family and enjoy the annual Bluemont fair. Stroll the streets of Waterford, a national historic landmark and learn about its history. Loudoun’s villages have something to offer everyone. Plan your visit today!

Town of Hamilton

Hamilton is a quaint town located six miles west of Leesburg. Residents and visitors of the Town of Hamilton can enjoy several sites including a local favorite, Lowry’s Crab Shack.

Town of Hamilton
53 E Colonial Hwy
Hamilton, VA 20158
Town of Hamilton Website

Town of Hillsboro

The historic Town of Hillsboro is the smallest of the incorporated towns in Loudoun County. Situated in the gap of the Short Hill Mountain, the town offers breathtaking scenic views from every direction.

Built in 1874, The historic Old Stone School serves as the nucleus to the Hillsboro community. Several community events are hosted onsite as well as the towns farmers market during the summer months.

For more information on the Town of Hillsboro:

Town of Hillsboro
36966 Charles Town Pike
Hillsboro, VA 20132
Phone: (540) 668-6966

Town of Leesburg

Not only is Leesburg the county seat for Loudoun County, but it boasts of several historic sites and a variety activities for residents and visitors to explore. From fairs to festivals, wineries, shopping, restaurants and more.

Explore what the Town of Leesburg has to offer!

Town of Leesburg
25 W Market Street
Leesburg, VA 20176
Town of Leesburg Website

Town of Lovettsville

The Town of Lovettsville is located 15 miles north of Leesburg and offers residents and visitors a rich history of its German settlement. The town hosts several annual events each year such as Oktoberfest and Light up Lovettsville.

For more information on the Town of Lovettsville:

Town of Lovettsville
6 East Pennsylvania Avenue
Lovettsville, VA 20180
Town of Lovettsville Website

Town of Middleburg

The Town of Middleburg, also known as the nations horse and hunt capital welcomes hundreds of visitors throughout the year. Whether its to stay and dine at the historic Red Fox Inn or enjoying at day at the races during the Spring races at Glenwood Park. Middleburg is a charming town with rich history and much to explore.

To learn more about the Town of Middleburg:

Town of Middleburg
10 West Marshall Street
Middleburg, VA 20118
Town of Middleburg Website

Town of Purcellville

The Town of Purcellville

Located in western Loudoun approximately nine miles of Leesburg, Purcellville is the second largest town in Loudoun. With several community events hosted each year, the town welcomes visitors and encourages residents to come out and enjoy the home town feel of their community.

For more information on the Town of Purcellville:

Town of Purcellville
221 South Nursery Street
Purcellville, VA 20132
Town of Purcellville Website

Town of Round Hill

Round Hill is a quaint town located in rural Loudoun County. Situated at the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains, visitors and residents can enjoy a scenic backdrop while exploring this historic town and neighboring sites.

For more information on the Town of Round Hill:

Town of Round Hill
23 Main Street
Round Hill, VA 20142
Town of Round Hill Website