Museums
Aldie, Virginia
History, Military
Built by Charles Fenton Mercer in 1807 - 09, the Aldie Mill is located in the village of Aldie at the beginning of the historic Little River Turnpike. Aldie Mill is owned by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation and survives today as Virginia's only known mill powered by twin overshot water wheels.
Haymarket, Virginia
Children's, Nature Centers
If you're looking for a great adventure...it starts at Camp William B. Snyder!!! The 350-acre Camp William B. Snyder, located in Haymarket, Virginia is the latest and greatest camping experience offered by the National Capital Area Council and the Boy Scouts of America.
Haymarket, Virginia
History

The Haymarket Museum chronicles the story of a small, 19th century town and its surrounding agricultural community. Haymarket was established in 1799 and was well known for the Red House Tavern, built along the historic Old Carolina Road, as well as the Jockey Club, an organization that sponsored horse races at the town’s track.