Historic Town of Occoquan

Historic Occoquan is an original 18th-Century mill town nestled on the banks of the Occoquan River.  Designated a Virginia historic landmark in 1983, Occoquan is neither a precise restoration nor a museum, but a living, breathing artists' community filled with over 100 shops.  This charming town has successfully combined over 200 years of history with the modern attractions of shopping and dining.  Occoquan offers everything from antiques, arts, crafts, fashions, and gifts to unique specialty shops for miniature enthusiasts and much more.  Plan to spend the day.  A walking tour guide and a "ghost" guide, along with other details can be picked up either at the Mill House Museum located on the far end of town at 413 Mill Street, shops throughout the town or at the Prince William County Tourist Information Center at 200 Mill Street