Leesburg Arts & Cultural District . . . A Solid Base To Start
For over 250 Years, the Town of Leesburg has been the original farm to market location and cultural hub of Loudoun County. Today, visitors to Leesburg can tour The Marshall House, the historic home of George C. Marshall, take in the beautiful architecture of the Historic Downtown, wander through galleries filled with the masterful creations of local artisans, bike along the W&OD Trail, relax on the Town green while listening to live music performances, or dine in one of our award winning restaurants. Leesburg galleries, shops, restaurants, and cultural venues are working together in the Loudoun Artisan Trail. Creativity and inspiration are sure to be found in Leesburg
Purpose of the Arts & Cultural District
The Arts & Cultural District designation allows the Town of Leesburg to provide certain incentives to artists and arts organizations looking to make Leesburg their home. Incentives such as business and professional occupation license tax rebates, real estate tax rebates, and zoning permit exemptions are offered. Additionally, through the growth, expansion and concentration of arts uses, all businesses, residents, and visitors will benefit from the overall vitality of the district over time through various events and programming. For more information:
Ready to Make Leesburg the Home of Your Arts Business or Organization?
Arts-related businesses, organizations, or property owners seeking the benefits of joining the Leesburg Arts & Cultural District may apply by completing our Arts & Cultural District Agreement Form. Forms may be submitted to the Leesburg Town Manager's Office located at 25 West Market Street.