Oatlands Historic House & Gardens
Oatlands Historic House and Gardens is a 400-acre estate located in the Piedmont region of Virginia between Washington, D.C. and the Shenandoah Valley within Loudoun County, one of the nation’s fastest growing areas over the past two decades. Once part of the extensive Carter family plantation holdings, Oatlands tells the stories of a 19th-century working plantation, an early 20th century country house, and the people who lived and worked there. In addition to the mansion, Oatlands property includes magnificent formal terraced gardens, one of the earliest extant greenhouses in North America, barns and other outbuildings. Oatlands is owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and operated by Oatlands, Inc. For more information about Oatlands, please see www.oatlands.org.