Haymarket is a town in Prince William County, Virginia. Haymarket is home to the Haymarket Senators of the Valley Baseball League. Notable residents include Andray Blatche. The town of Haymarket was formally founded in 1799 on the land of William Skinker. The Virginia General Assembly gave Skinker the rights to layout the town, which he drew to consist of 13 streets and 140 lots. Shortly after, a clerk’s office and jail were constructed sometime in 1801, as the town had been selected to be the home for a now District Court. Today St. Paul’s Church stands in its location. In addition to St. Paul's Church, Evergreen, Locust Bottom, Mt. Atlas, and Old Town Hall and School are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The largest Pick Your Own Tulip Festival in the United States is located just two miles from downtown Haymarket. Late March/Early April marks the start of the 3 week festival at Burnside Farms. Close to 100,000 bulbs are planted for one of the most spectacular picking fields in the Country.
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