- The list below includes 279 free or cheap things to do in or near Leesburg, Virginia, including 115 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Battlefields, Historic Homes and Historic Sites.
- From Ida Lee Park to Thomas Balch Library, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Leesburg and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Frederick, Chantilly, Rockville and Reston.
The Thomas Balch Library is a public library that serves the community of Leesburg and it's visitors. The library offers an extensive collection of titles and genres, as well as a large collection of genealogical and historical research materials.
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43098 Edwards Ferry Rd., Leesburg, VA 20175 MoreLess Info
Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park, Leesburg, has several miles of wooded trails winding to the Potomac River and scenic overlook. The river trail offers easy walking. Other trails include minor hills in this well maintained park.
Located along Tuscarora Creek, Olde Izaak Walton Park is situated on 21 acres of wooded terrain that is home to wildlife. The park provides fields for canine recreation, a pond, walking trails, a classroom building and picnic areas.
Several historical sites are held within Morven Park, including the Governor's Residence and the Civil War camp. The park also has a modern equestrian center that maintains multiple stables, an arena, and sport courses.
Once known as Dodona Manor, The Marshall House is the former home of Nobel Peace Prize winner General George Marshall. The tour of the home provides visitors a look inside the house and the life of General Marshall.
The large and prestigious site known as Oatlands Plantation contains a restored country home that is fully furnished with 19th century items. The attached garden is well-maintained and available for public viewing after a tour of the house itself.
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Battlefield Parkway, Leesburg, VA MoreLess Info
The first Civil War engagement to take place in Loudoun County is memorialized at Ball's Bluff Battlefield & National Cemetery. The site of the battle is preserved, and tours of the area are held every week from April to November.
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Balls Bluff Rd., NE, Leesburg, VA 20175 MoreLess Info
Commemorating the Civil War, Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park is a popular historical site in Leesburg. The park offers guided tours of the battlefield to aid in educating both children and adults about the war.
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20850 Oatlands Plantation Ln, Leesburg, VA 20175 MoreLess Info
Oatlands Historic House & Gardens is a National Historic Landmark and offers daily tours of the mansion and terraced gardens. They also host an afternoon tea in the carriage house with advance reservations. Available for weddings and special events.