Loudoun Cemeteries Story Map
This exploration of local burial grounds features information about specific cemeteries in Loudoun County, the stories of some of the individuals buried there, and descriptions of a few of the more unique tombstones and grave markers. Let this interactive map inspire you to get out and visit a few of these cemeteries in person.
Loudoun County Then and Now
In 2021 and 2022, Loudoun Museum created a series of videos exploring the history of Loudoun County through a photographic lens. These videos show change over time in several towns throughout the county by focusing on some of their most unique sites. (Photography by Sara Wolfley)
Middleburg & Aldie
Community COVID Memories
We all made adjustments and sacrifices as we learned to navigate our world amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Experiences were diverse and evolving for Loudouners. Whether you had your first taste of telecommuting, homeschooling, care-taking, or just finding creative ways to maintain social distancing guidelines AND your sanity, you lived through historic times.
Amidst all this change, Loudoun Museum documented and preserved some of your quarantine stories. These experiences—as digital documents, photographs, or physical objects—are evidence of our community’s resilience and creativity during tough times.
This community archive strategy allowed us to stay relevant and document first person accounts of historic events as they occurred. It also provided an opportunity for the public to curate their own narrative. The link below takes you to the website that showcases the experiences of Loudoun residents during the Pandemic, and to another site that gives some history on past pandemics.