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In addition to The Woodlands, the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority features 5 premier event venues all with unique settings for your special occasion.


At Aldie Mill, one of the oldest gristmills in Virginia, you can recapture the past by hosting your next event at this unique historic site.   
This imposing and impressive  four story brick structure built in 1809 offers an elegant yet simple atmosphere suitable for a variety of special
occasions, including dinners and luncheons, meetings, receptions or private celebrations.  The indoors accommodates up to 45 participants and the
outdoors accommodates up to 200 participants.

This historic property includes a working 19th century Grist Mill and adjacent Granary Visitor Center located in the quaint village of Aldie.


With lush foliage, flowers, fountains and a meandering stream that brings outdoor garden beauty indoors, the Atrium provides a
unique, natural setting for your special event, any time of the year. Special features include: 

• Three glass walls with continuous views of Meadowlark
Gardens’ 95 acres
• Cathedral ceiling rising to a 2,000-square-foot skylight
• Indoor stream linking outdoor and indoor fountains
• Gazebos and Pavilions for outdoor events


Brambleton Golf Course, located in Ashburn, is pleased to offer a beautiful outdoor wedding & event Pavilion.
Sitting adjacent to the clubhouse and surrounded by the picturesque views of the golf course, the Pavilion is
perfect in any weather. It features capacity for up to 150 under the covered portion, or up to 200 including the patio.


Carlyle House offers a unique historic ambience. Carlyle, a founder of Alexandria, once entertained such luminaries as George Washington and Lord Fairfax.
Today, you can recapture the timeless elegance of this rich history in an evening reception at Carlyle House on the Magnolia Terrace overlooking the gardens.
It features a capacity of 100. Carlyle House is located in the heart of Old Town Alexandria—only two blocks from the majestic Potomac River and within minutes of Old
Town’s many specialty shops and antique stores.


Mt. Zion Old School Baptist Church, built in 1851, sits at what had been the intersection of a critical crossroads in southeastern Loudoun County. The church was
an eyewitness to much of the history of this area, in particular the Civil War.

Mt. Zion is available as a unique setting for your wedding, business meeting or social event. Seating for up to 100 people is offered
inside the church, and the grounds are perfect for a party under a tent.