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Historic site details: Aldie Mill Historic Park (also Aldie Mill Historic District) | 39401 John Mosby Hwy, Aldie, VA 20105 (Loudoun County) | (703) 327-9777 | Free Admission | Free Parking (Warning: There is a small number of parking spaces at the site.) | The site is only open seasonally. The 2020 season starts June 27th. Hours posted online are weekends from noon to 5 PM (call to confirm due to COVID-19).| The site has three buildings: a 200-year-old Grist Mill, the Granary & Visitor Center, and the Miller House | Actively looking for volunteers. | The site is a member of the Historic House Museum Consortium of Metropolitan Washington D.C. (HHMCWDC) | Facebook | LinkedIn (unclaimed profile) | Wikipedia
Read my previous posts for this site – The 200-Year-Old Grist Mill at Aldie Mill Historic Park (Aldie, VA) and The 200-Year-Old Grist Mill at Aldie Mill Historic Park – The Buildings (Aldie, VA).
This site has an active Facebook page and videos on the NOVA Parks YouTube channel. Three things of note:
- Aldie Mill Virtual Field Trips – An online program produced in partnership with The Teaching Company (The Great Courses) and NOVA Parks.
- A kids Coloring Page of the Historic Aldie Mill Site
- History Highlights at NOVA Parks Video Series – Five short videos (so far) covering historical topics at the Aldie Mill site. The first video is below.
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