Mt. Zion Historic Park is the home of Mt. Zion Old School Baptist Church. Built in 1851, Mt. Zion was a place of worship for Old School Baptists until 1980. During the Civil War, Mt. Zion was a rendezvous point for Mosby’s Rangers, a hospital and prison, and a battleground. The adjacent cemetery contains more than 240 marked headstones, and a War of 1812 veteran. Part of the Northern Virginia Civil War Graffiti Trail, Mt. Zion Historic Park offers seasonal guided tours and living history programs. The church is open on the fourth Sundays of the month, April through October. Group tours may be arranged on weekdays. Park property is open dawn to dusk. When planning your Kids Trail heritage trip, be sure to add Aldie Mill Historic Park to your itinerary.