The Heritage Farm Museum
, located inside Claude Moore Park
, has a large collection of merchandise that belonged to a general store in business from 1890-1945, including tractors, plows, hay implements, dairy implements, and a variety of general store merchandise - medicine bottles, dishware, textiles, and crocks. An exhibit hall houses The Country People: Loudoun's Farm Heritage, 1720-2020
, a permanent exhibit exploring how previous generations dealt with social, economic, and biological forces that required new adaptations.
Visiting families can meet Milkie the Cow, travel back in time to the Waxpool General Store, and be a farmer for a day. The museum offers hands-on classes and programs for groups, school groups, and scouts, plus birthday party packages. A gift shop features local Virginia products and creative gifts for home and family.