The following events will be taking place at Oatlands in August.
On August 5, experience the restorative power of Contemplative Yoga in Nature. Classes are held the first Sunday of every month at 9:30 a.m. Accessible Yoga practice will be held in the beautiful circa 1810 greenhouse at Oatlands in the winter months. In warm weather, the class is held in the breathtaking garden. Bring a yoga mat, water, walking shoes and any props that are helpful to you. Registration is required, a $25 fee applies. To register for the class, please email Denise Moore at email@example.com.
Oatlands will host Archaeology Field Camp for rising 4th through 7th graders, August 6-10. From 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day, Archaeology Field Camp will be led by Dr. David Clark, a professional archaeologist and public-archaeology outreach specialist. This hands-on camp is for children interested in archaeology. Campers will discover “what lies beneath” the grounds at Oatlands, learn about the proper way to conduct archaeology, and come away with a new respect and understanding of what archaeology is and why it is important. The fee for Archaeology Camp is $200 per camper. To register, call 703-777-3174 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On August 12, visit Oatlands for a special Back to School Afternoon Tea. Tea will be held from 1-3 p.m. in the historic Carriage House. Attire for tea is casual. Tea includes an exclusive blend of black tea with calendula, scones, assorted tea sandwiches, and delicious sweets. Oatlands’ special tea blend is available for purchase in the gift shop. Teas require advance reservation and purchase. Teas are $29.95 plus tax per person ages 3 and up. To make a reservation please call, 703-777-3174 or visit https://www.oatlands.org/afternoontea/tea-reservations/.
About Oatlands Historic House and Gardens
Oatlands is a self-supporting National Trust Historic Site and National Historic Landmark. Comprised of more than 400 acres, the site features a stunning landscape with magnificent formal terraced gardens, an 1804 mansion and 19th century brick dependencies, including the Oatlands greenhouse, the second oldest greenhouse in the nation. For more information, visit www.oatlands.org or call 703-777-3174. Oatlands is located six miles south of the Town of Leesburg on U.S. Route 15.
20850 Oatlands Plantation Ln.
Leesburg, VA 20175