The Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum is Loudoun County, VA’s museum of agriculture, a 30-acre interpretive farming complex, located at Claude Moore Park in Sterling, Virginia, devoted to preserving the history of agriculture and rural life in Loudoun.

We preserve, promote, and bring to life Loudoun’s rich agricultural heritage and the history of rural life. The Museum is operated by the 501(c)3 non-profit board, LHFM. The Museum specializes in exhibits and events that support our mission and promote the farming history of our community. The Museum also offers Standard of Learning based programs for schools and scout groups as well as events and special programs for all ages.

The site consists of the Exhibit hall; 18th and 19th century farm buildings; farm animals; a working blacksmith shop; small-scale agricultural plots; hands-on children s area; a recreated general store and post office; and the permanent exhibit, The Country People.