Morven Park, located on the northern edge of Leesburg, Virginia, is home to a remarkable new collaborative science museum managed by the Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum. This nonprofit, tax-exempt Virginia corporation brings together the Children's Science Center and the Virginia Science Museum to create a unique and educational experience for Northern Virginia. The museum is situated in the Kincora mixed-use complex in Loudoun County, on sloping terrain facing the Broad Run natural area. The Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum is devoted to preserving Loudoun County's agricultural heritage. Through interactive exhibits, special events, conferences, and hands-on classes and programs, visitors can explore the history of the Carters, who were the county's largest slave owners in 1860 with 133 enslaved men, women, and children. If you're looking to broaden your knowledge this year, a visit to this museum is an excellent place to start.
You don't need to make drastic changes to your lifestyle; simply making the decision to adopt good habits is always a good idea. The museum offers an educational and entertaining experience that will help you learn more about Loudoun County's history and culture.