Things to Do in Haymarket, VA


Just off of exit 40 on I-66 resides the town of Haymarket, VA in Prince William County. Many of the buildings in Central Haymarket from 1882 are still standing today. There are many structures listed in the National Register of Historic Places, such as St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, a two-story brick church building that was originally the district courthouse for Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudon, and Prince William counties. We’ve compiled a guide for those living or moving to Haymarket, VA.

The Haymarket Museum tells the history of Haymarket and how it was established and developed into the town you see today. There are exhibits and stories that tell of the role Haymarket played in the Civil War, the destruction of the 1862 fire and the reconstruction period after, the schools, the Old Post Office building, and more.

Across from Haymarket City Hall is Cupcake Heaven, the perfect place for those with a sweet tooth! Along with gourmet cupcakes, they also carry a wide range of quiches, coffee drinks, and pastries. You can also custom order cakes and cupcakes for future events. Locally owned and operated, it is a Haymarket favorite.

Is your family interested in ice sports or wants to learn more about it? Maybe would just like free skate or pick up skating lessons? The Haymarket Iceplex offers youth in-house and travel hockey leagues, adult hockey leagues, skating lessons, hockey classes, public skating, parties and more.

Penchant for horses and riding? Visit Saddlery Liquidators! Browse through a large inventory of equestrian equipment – all kinds of tack, supplies and clothing. Customers love the selection, great prices, friendly service and discounts found here.

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