Haymarket, Virginia

The Hidden Beauty of Haymarket, VA

Haymarket was incorporated in 1882, the second town in Prince William County to do so. From 1882 to today, much of central Haymarket has remained the same. The town borders U.S Route 15. While no schools are located with the town, the area is now home to 5 schools – all part of the Prince William County School System. In the 1970s during the construction of the Interstate System, Haymarket became Exit 40 of Interstate 66, giving way to the town’s movement away from a rural town, as well as its population boom. More Information

Washington D.C. Region – Location/Proximity
Haymarket is a popular destination from the Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD metropolitan areas.

  • 1 Hour from Washington, DC, our nation’s capitol
  • Surrounded by Virginia wine and horse country
  • Minutes away from 2 International Airports
  • Minutes to festivals, shops, and events
  • Close, within 25 miles of other great Virginia cities
  • Minutes from Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive, and Luray Caverns
  • Nearby Middleburg and Upperville offer some of the most impressive horse farms, like the Mellon Farm, and quaint villages for shopping and fine dining, including the Salamander Resort