Hampton Inn & Suites Leesburg
|117 Fort Evans Road NE, Leesburg, Virginia, 20176
Tel: 703-669-8640 Fax: 703-669-8641
“Charming,” “quaint,” “amazing”-all words that guests to our Hampton Inn & Suites® hotel in Leesburg say about our town. The brick-lined streets, old hardwood trees, well-preserved buildings, and a plethora of great shops and fine restaurants that surround our hotel in Leesburg tend to make folks gush. It all seems so perfect, so Virginia (or “Virginuh,” as we say around here).
Best of all, you'll find us easy to get to: Dulles/Washington Airport is just 15 miles from our front door. So come stay with us at our hotel in Leesburg, and get to know our storybook Virginia town.
Bus Tours available for this hotel
Civil War Tour Outlands Plantation
Educational Tour - Smithsonian, Balls Bluff, etc
Morven Park Plantation
It would seem Morven Park has something of interest for almost everyone, but for those interested in country sports, horses or Virginia history, it's a treasure. The estate, 1,200 acres just west of Leesburg, Virginia off Rt. 7 on Old Waterford Road, was home to two governors: Thomas Swann, a governor of Maryland in the 19th century, and Virginia's reform governor Westmoreland Davis. Morven Park was the last home of Governor Davis, who served his gubernatorial term from 1918 to 1922, and his wife, the former Marguerite Inman of Atlanta, daughter of a wealthy New York cotton broker. Thirteen years after his death in 1942, Mrs. Davis established the Westmoreland Davis Memorial Foundation as a memorial to her husband and the estate was opened to the public in 1967.
National Air & Space Museum
Provides a world-renowned collection of flying machines from the Wright Brothers' Kitty Hawk Flyer to the Apollo 11 Command Module. Kids can see a moon rock, Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis and a variety of special films. The museum’s IMAX theatre provides large-format and 3-D glimpses of space and beyond. To see the museum’s larger artifacts, including the Enola Gay and the Space Shuttle Enterprise, head to the new Stephen Udvar-Hazy Center of the NASM, located near Dulles Airport.
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine (NMCWM) is proud to announce our educational and tour programs. In October of 2000, the NMCWM reopened in the newly-renovated Carty Building in historic downtown Frederick, Maryland. With nine new galleries and over 1,000 artifacts on display, the NMCWM represents the state-of-the-art in museum design. Tour groups, schools, civic groups and professional organizations are all invited to take part in the exciting educational programs that highlight our new Museum.
When you visit Oatlands, take a close look. It won't take long - about 200 years. Begin with the 22-room Greek Revival house that was once the center of a thriving 3,400-acre plantation. Meander through four acres of formal gardens and connecting terraces. Marvel at the 1810 greenhouse, the second oldest of its type in America.
Tarara is a 475-acre farm devoted to the art of producing fine wines with intense flavor and lush varietal character. Uniquely located in a 6000 square foot cave, our winery and gift shop are open year round to wine lovers everywhere.
Visit White’s Ferry, the last working ferry on the Potomac River. It has been widely used since 1828 as a means of crossing the river between Maryland and Virginia. It transports 24 vehicles at one time.