The Barns

A properous farming community for generations, Loudoun is wealthy with barns of every description, from historic structures created by early settlers to the newly built barns housing modern agribusinesses.





Bear Chase Brew Barn

The Bear Chase Brewing Company offers spectacular viewsThe Bear Chase Brewing Company offers spectacular views In 2017 five close friends decided to open an event venue on the site of a historic homestead in Bluemont. They quickly realized the location would be perfect for a brewery. While the tasting room draws many visitors, the real heart of Bear Chase Brewing Company is the Brew Barn. The Bear's Paw quilt square will soon be featured at Bear Chase.



Bond Street Barn, Waterford

You can visit the Bond Street Barn anytime, but it hosts beautiful crafts during the Waterford Fair every OctoberYou can visit the Bond Street Barn anytime, but it hosts beautiful crafts during the Waterford Fair every October The Bond Street Barn is a two story bank barn. The lower level is rubble stone with a board and batten frame structure as the upper level. Because it is built into the hillside, each story opens to ground level on opposite sides of the structure… hence the term “bank” barn. The Apple Pie Ridge quilt square is mounted on the barn as part of the Barn Quilt trail.



Fabbioli Cellars Tasting Room

Workers at Fabbioli Cellars built their spacious new two-story round-house tasting room in 2015Workers at Fabbioli Cellars built their spacious new two-story round-house tasting room in 2015Founded in 2001, Fabbioli Cellars is located on 25 acres of land near Lucketts. The winery has grown steadily and organically, producing award winning wines and founding a new farm education initiative called the New Ag School. In 2015 the Fabbioli team took on the task of building their own new tasting room, where the Grape Basket quilt square now hangs.



Franklin Park Arts Center

The Arts Center as it looked before the Carpenter's Wheel quilt square was mountedThe Arts Center as it looked before the Carpenter's Wheel quilt square was mounted Since its opening the Franklin Park Arts Center, built on the site of a 19th century dairy barn, has welcomed over 15,000 artists and more than 150,000 visitors. The center has hosted Emmy winners, Grammy winners, and a wide variety of talented local artists. Prominently featured at the center is the Carpenter’s Wheel quilt square.



George's Mill Farm Barn

George's Mill Farm Store, where visitors can purchase their award-winning cheesesGeorge's Mill Farm Store, where visitors can purchase their award-winning cheeses Four generations of the original farm family still inhabit George's Mill Farm. Their small barn will soon host the Virginia Reel quilt square.



Moutoux Orchards Barn

Site of many weddings and barn dances, this barn now serves as the location for the Moutoux Whole Food CSA pickupSite of many weddings and barn dances, this barn now serves as the location for the Moutoux Whole Food CSA pickup The Moutoux barn has served as a place for Wheatland farmers to come together for decades. The Loudoun Daisy quilt block is displayed on this barn. The barn is open to visitors during the farm's Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share pickup window; please confirm before visiting.



Sylvanside Farm Barns

The stone barn at SylvansideThe stone barn at Sylvanside Sylvanside Farm was originally established in a small hamlet by a 23 year old Scottish immigrant and Quaker in 1742. "Sylvanside" translates from the Scottish as "by the woods." In addition to the original 1700s stone barn, another wooden barn was built on the property around 1800 and is the largest barn in Loudoun County at 173 feet long. Sylvanside Farm will soon be home to the Wedding Ring quilt square.

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