THE RITZ-CARLTON, TYSONS CORNER

1700 Tysons Boulevard, McLean, Virginia 22102 USA
Phone:  +1 (703) 506-4300   •  Map & Directions
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Attractions



Steps from Tysons Corner’s upscale shopping and trendy dining

Explore a town filled with rich history, fine shopping and endless opportunities to spoil yourself.  Tysons Corner has over 4 million square feet of retail space, the second largest on the East Coast after New York City, making it a significant shopping destination.  In addition to the national monuments and museums close by in downtown Washington, D.C., Tysons Corner is right next door to a number of historic attractions including George Washington's Mount Vernon and George Mason's Gunston Hall.  Have fun hiking in Great Falls National Park and golfing at nearby Penderbrook golf club.

A visit to Northern Virginia, would not be complete without exploring Tysons Corner Center. The legendary mall features flagship department stores including Macy’s, Lord & Taylor, Bloomindales and Nordstrom, as well as major upscale retailers, such as Crate and Barrel and Tiffany & Co. You can also enjoy movies at the local theater complex and culinary delights at the many trendy restaurants that are anchored near our Tysons Corner mall hotel. From shopping and dining, to exploring historical sites and recreational activities, our luxury hotel is the perfect place to enjoy all that Tysons Corner has to offer.



Attractions

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The White House
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13.5 miles/website

The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
202-456-1414

Visit the official home and principal workplace of the President of United States of America.
National Monuments of Washington, DC
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14 Miles/Website

The National Mall
Located off 14th Street NW (between Jefferson Drive and Constitution Avenue)
(202) 633-1000

Undoubtedly the most recognizable symbols in the country, millions make the sojourn to our nation’s capital to view these exquisite testaments to democracy. Read our 16th president’s inspiring words at the Lincoln Memorial.  Put your size in perspective with a photo in front of the Washington Monument.  Walk along the tidal basin and gaze at the beautiful Jefferson Memorial.  Pay respect to those who have sacrificed their lives in the name of freedom with a visit to the Korean War or Vietnam Veterans Memorials, or indulge in the documents of American history at the National Archives.

National Mall & Memorial Parks include the following Icons:

Arlington National Cemetery
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11 miles/website

Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, Virginia 22211
(703) 607-8000

As America’s largest national burial ground, Arlington National Cemetery inters veterans who served in wars from the American Revolution through actions in Afghanistan and Iraq.  Formerly the family estate of Mary Anna Custis Lee, wife of Robert E. Lee, the cemetery is the current home of the gravesite of President John F. Kennedy and the Tomb of the Unknowns.  The Tomb of the Unknowns in guarded 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by the US Army’s Old Guard.
The Library of Congress
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15 miles/website

The Library of Congress
101 Independence Ave, SE
Washington, DC 20540
(202) 707-5000

The Library of Congress is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress.  It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.
U.S. Capitol
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15 miles/website

Capitol Hill at the east end of the Mall
202-225-6827

The United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., is one of the most architecturally impressive and symbolically important buildings in the world.  It has housed the meeting chambers of the Senate and the House of Representatives for almost two centuries. Begun in 1793, the Capitol has been built, burnt, rebuilt, extended, and restored; today, it stands as a monument not only to its builders but also to the American people and their government.
Claude Moore Colonial Farm
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4 miles/website

6310 Georgetown Pike
McLean, VA 22101
(703) 442-7557

A visit to the Claude Moore Colonial Farm is a visit to another world ...the world of an 18th Century family living on a small, low-income farm just prior to the Revolutionary War.

Historic Old Town Alexandria
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18 miles/website

421 King Street
Suite 300
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 838-4200

From the Potomac River waterfront to the King Street Metro, restaurants, shops and historic attractions line King Street and the side streets radiating from it. Events, including parades, house tours and a two-day art festival, make Old Town a lively neighborhood year-round.
George Washington’s Mount Vernon
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21 Miles/Website

3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
Mount Vernon, VA 22121
(703) 780-2000

Mount Vernon was the beloved home of George and Martha Washington from 1759 until 1799.  The 45-acre Potomac River estate includes gardens, the beautifully restored mansion, a working farm, and the Washingtons' tomb.  A new museum and education center features 500 original artifacts, hands-on exhibits, and immersion theaters that illuminate George Washington's remarkable life.
The Winery at La Grange
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28 miles/website

4970 Antioch Road
Haymarket, VA 20169
Phone: 703-753-9360

Very rich in history and very rich in wine, the new Winery at La Grange opened September 2006 as Prince William County's only established winery.  The red brick three and a half story La Grange manor house built in the 1790's has survived numerous owners and finally has come to rest with an unique group of investors brought together by Chris Pearmund.  While the 5,500 newly planted Cabernet Sauvignon vines grow silently, the manor house is completely refurbished, new Winery building is ready and wine is aging.

Cultural

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The Smithsonian Museums
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14 miles/website

The Smithsonian Museums
The National Mall
Located off 14th Street NW, between Jefferson Drive and Constitution Avenue
(202) 633-1000

The world’s largest museum complex is comprised of a myriad of museums and exhibits including: Air and Space, Natural History, American History, American Indian History, Art and Sculpture gardens and much more.
Wolf Trap Foundation
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4 miles/website

1645 Trap Road
Vienna, Virginia 22182
(703) 255-1900

As America's National Park for the Performing Arts, Wolf Trap plays a valuable leadership role in both the local and national performing arts communities. Through a wide range of artistic and education programs, Wolf Trap enhances our nation's cultural life and ensures that the arts remain accessible and affordable to the broadest possible audience. A typical season at Wolf Trap includes something for everyone with performances ranging from pop, country, folk and blues to orchestra, dance, theater and opera, as well as innovative performance art and multimedia presentations. The Filene Center season usually runs from the end of May to the beginning of September with an average of 90 performances each year. From October to early May, Wolf Trap's 382-seat indoor venue, The Barns at Wolf Trap, continues to present a diverse line-up of artists in a casual and more intimate atmosphere. The Barns are also summer home to the Wolf Trap Opera Company. In addition to year-round performances, Wolf Trap offers a variety of education programs both locally and nationwide. Its primary education program, the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts, places professional performing artists in preschool classrooms nationwide. In classroom residencies, these artists use drama, music and movement to teach basic skills and encourage active participation and self-esteem in the earliest stages of learning. Wolf Trap Institute Artists also conduct workshops and presentations throughout the country to demonstrate to teachers and parents how the arts can bring new life to learning and literature.
The National Gallery of Art
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15 miles/website

The National Gallery of Art
Between 3rd and 9th Streets at Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC.
(202) 737-4215

The National Gallery of Art was created in 1937 for the people of the United States of America by a joint resolution of Congress, accepting the gift of financier and art collector Andrew W. Mellon. During the 1920s, Mr. Mellon began collecting with the intention of forming a gallery of art for the nation in Washington. In 1937, the year of his death, he promised his collection to the United States. Funds for the construction of the West Building were provided by The A. W. Mellon Educational and Charitable Trust. On March 17, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt accepted the completed building and the collections on behalf of the people of the United States of America.

The National Gallery of Art houses a permanent collection of more than 100,000 art objects from the Middle Ages to the 20th century.

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
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10 miles/website

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
2700 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20566
1-800-444-1324

The Kennedy Center, located on the banks of the Potomac River near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., opened to the public in September 1971. But its roots date back to 1958, when President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed bipartisan legislation creating a National Cultural Center. To honor Eisenhower's vision for such a facility, one of the Kennedy Center's theaters is named for him.

The National Cultural Center Act included four basic components: it authorized the Center's construction, spelled out an artistic mandate to present a wide variety of both classical and contemporary performances, specified an educational mission for the Center, and stated that the Center was to be an independent facility, self-sustaining and privately funded. As a result of this last stipulation, a mammoth fundraising campaign began immediately following the Act's passage into law.

President John F. Kennedy was a lifelong supporter and advocate of the arts, and frequently steered the public discourse toward what he called "our contribution to the human spirit." Kennedy took the lead in raising funds for the new National Cultural Center, holding special White House luncheons and receptions, appointing his wife Jacqueline and Mrs. Eisenhower as honorary co-chairwomen, and in other ways placing the prestige of his office firmly behind the endeavor.

America's national cultural center hosts the National Symphony Orchestra, ballets, and musicals.

Warner Theatre
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13 miles/website

Warner Theatre
513 13th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20004
13th Street, between E and F Streets, N.W.
(202) 783-4000

The Warner's special place in the history of Washington began in the 1920s when dozens of grand theaters and moviehouses lit up downtown. Built first for vaudeville and silent movies, the Theatre was opened as the Earle Theatre in 1924. It was complemented by a rooftop garden that attracted thousands of visitors per night. The basement was also famous, first as a restaurant and ballroom, and in the 1930s as the Neptune Room. The Earle featured its own precision dance troupe-much like the still-famous Rockettes-called the Roxyettes. They kept the traditions of vaudeville alive at the Earle until 1945, performing before and after feature films and with guest performers such as Red Skelton and Jerry Lewis.

Today, the theatre is renowned for national and international recording artists and the finest in theatrical, dance, and television presentations.

Corcoran Gallery of Art
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13 miles/website

Corcoran Gallery of Art
500 Seventeenth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 639-1700

In the words of its founder, the Corcoran is “dedicated to art.” Its museum presents, interprets and preserves the art of our times and of times past; its college of art nurtures and helps shape new generations of artists and designers. Education is a central focus, not just in the Corcoran’s classrooms but in its galleries and throughout the greater Washington region. Though American art is the collection’s emphasis, the art of other nations and cultures is, when appropriate, acquired and exhibited.
The Verizon Center
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14 miles/website

601 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004
(202) 661-5000

Since debuting in December of 1997, the state-of-the-art $200 million sports and entertainment facility has entertained over 21 million patrons with over 1,735 world class sporting events, concerts and family shows.  Verizon Center, managed by Washington Sports & Entertainment, LP, is home to the NBA's Washington Wizards, the WNBA's Washington Mystics, the NHL's Washington Capitals, and the Georgetown Hoyas Men's Basketball team.

Located in the heart of Chinatown off of the Gallery-Place Chinatown Metro stop, Verizon Center is only a few steps away from the White House and hosts more than 220 events and concerts each year.   Concerts and family shows have included U2, Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bon Jovi, Prince, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Andrea Bocelli, Luciano Pavarotti, Disney on Ice, and the Harlem Globetrotters.

International Spy Museum
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14 miles/website

Spy Museum
800 F St Nw
Washington, DC 20004, US
202-393-7798

The International Spy Museum is the first and only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on espionage. It features the largest collection of international spy-related artifacts ever placed on public display. The stories of individual spies, told through film, and interactive, state-of-the-art exhibits, provide a dynamic context to foster an understanding of espionage and its impact on current and historic events.
The National Theatre
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13 miles/website

National Theatre
1321 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC  20004
202-628-6161

The National Theatre -- "The Theatre of Presidents" -- has operated at the same location three blocks from The White House since 1835.  A historic landmark, this playhouse stages Broadway shows, musicals and local entertainment.
The National Air and Space Museum-Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
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13 Miles/website

14390 Air and Space Museum Parkway
Chantilly, Virginia 20151
202-633-1000

The National Air and Space Museum-Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center (named for its benefactor) displays thousands of aviation and space artifacts that cannot be exhibited in the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall.  Together, these two facilities house the largest collection of aviation and space artifacts in the world. Glimpse the Apollo 11 Command Module, “Columbia”. View the Enola Gay up close. The Udvar-Hazy Center is located at Dulles International Airport, just a short ride from the hotel.
Ford's Theater
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14 miles/website

511 10th Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20004
(202) 638-2941

Since it reopened its doors in 1968, more than a hundred years after the April 14, 1865, assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, Ford’s Theatre has been one of the most visited sites in the nation’s capital.  Ford’s Theatre has enthralled visitors because of its unique place in United States history, and its mission to celebrate the legacy of Abraham Lincoln and explore the American experience through theatre and education.

Ford’s Theatre Society works with the National Park Service in a rare and successful public-private partnership to present the Theatre’s nearly one million visitors each year with a high quality historic and cultural experience.  Together, both organizations work to enhance the vibrancy of this historic site, an important tool for promoting the ideals of leadership, humanity and wisdom espoused by Abraham Lincoln.

Golf

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Penderbrook Golf Club
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11 miles/website

3700 Golf Trail Lane
Fairfax, VA 22033
703-385-3700

Penderbrook Golf Club is a picturesque 18-hole par 71 championship golf course located within the highly regarded Penderbrook Community.  The course is open to the public and boasts some of the most challenging holes in the metro area. Club selection is a must as five of the holes require a well placed shot over lakes and ponds. Penderbrook Golf Club is professionally managed by Arnold Palmer Golf Management and over $1.5 million in improvements have been completed over the last 12 months.  A full service pro shop and a beautiful restaurant "Traditions Cafe" round out this wonderful facility.
Stonewall Golf Club
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20 miles/website

15601 Turtle Point Dr.
Gainesville, VA 20155
(703) 753-5101

Stonewall Golf Club at Lake Manassas is touted by national and regional golf publications as one of the finest upscale daily fee public golf clubs in Northern Virginia. Experience this challenging Tom Jackson-designed, 18-hole championship golf course that's filled with history and excitement. The course gains its namesake from Confederate Brigadier General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, long considered one of the South's greatest warriors and incorporates the famed "Carolina Trail" that was used to shift troops during the Civil War. While the surrounding Bull Run Mountains and stunning Lake Manassas provide dramatic and breathtaking views throughout your golf experience.

• America's Best Public Access Courses by State (Top 10 in Virginia), Golfweek, 2005 & 2006
• Best Places To Play 4.5 Stars, Golf Digest, 2007
• Nominated Best New Courses in America, Golf Digest, January 2002
• Top Public Courses You Can Play, Golf Magazine, March 2002 & 2003
• Top 50 Courses for Women, Golf for Women, June 2005 & 2006
Westfields Golf Club
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19 miles away/website

Westfields Golf Club
13940 Balmoral Greens Avenue,
Clifton, Virginia 20124
(703) 631-3300 

At Westfields Golf Club, Fred Couples has built a course that is, at once, fun and accessible for the novice, while challenging and thought-provoking for the experienced golfer. Fred's professional play on hundreds of courses around the world coupled with his experience in countless tournaments and team competitions have given him exceptional insight into course design. It is perfectly exhibited at Westfields.

Yet, what sets Westfields apart from other golf clubs is not only its exceptional playability, but the interest it takes in the traditional elements of the game. Carved through natural wetlands, rolling hills, and majestic beech and oak trees, Westfields offers golfers a setting that is free from distraction. No residences line its links, creating a course that is truly a golfers dream.

All of this, together with the kind of service typically found only in private clubs, makes Westfields a place where golf enthusiasts can always enjoy a great round of golf.

Pinecrest Golf Course
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10 miles/website

6600 Little River Turnpike
Alexandria, VA 22312

Nestled in the center of Annandale, Pinecrest Golf Course is a par 35, 9-hole executive course, measuring 2,462 yards.  The challenging, narrow course dotted with hills and ponds creates a golfing environment suited for both novices and more serious players. Facilities include a full service clubhouse, pro shop and snack bar.  Golf clubs, riding and pull carts are available for rent.  Pinecrest features cart paths, a putting green, 10 driving cages and an indoor practice area. Group or individual golf lessons and golf outings may also be scheduled. The accessible course is open all year, weather permitting.
Lowes Island Club
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12 miles/website

20391 Lowes Island Blvd
Potomac Falls, VA 20165
(703) 444-4801

Lowes Island is the home of two championship golf courses created by legendary course designers Tom Fazio and Arthur Hills. The golf courses grace 465 rolling acres nestled along the peaceful and scenic Potomac River. Lowes Island offers seemingly limitless activities and social events year round.

 

Parks

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Green Spring Garden and Horticultural Center
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10 miles/website

4603 Green Spring Road
Alexandria, VA 22312
703-642-5173

Green Spring Gardens, previously a plantation, is now a 27-acre park and demonstration garden.  The restored historic manor house is available for tours and offers full English teas and educational programs on gardening and history. The Horticulture Center contains a research library, exhibits, and a greenhouse display on houseplants. Demonstration gardens throughout the grounds include a kitchen garden, fruit garden, wild-flower garden, blue garden, rock garden, backyard wildlife habitat garden, water-wise garden, and children's garden.
Meadowlark Gardens Regional Park
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4 miles/website

9750 Meadowlark Gardens Court
Vienna, VA 22182
703-255-3631

Meadowlark Gardens Regional Park is one of the hidden treasures of Fairfax County. A picturesque gazebo and three sparkling lakes surrounded by weeping cherry trees and a profusion of colorful blooms are the centerpieces of this beautiful 95-acre garden park.
Great Falls National Park
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7 miles/website

Georgetown Pike and Old Dominion Drive
Great Falls, VA 22066
703-285-2966

At its Great Falls, the Potomac River plunges seventy-six feet through a deep gorge.  In 1785, George Washington formed the Patowmack Company to built a canal and locks for navigation around the falls, to facilitate commerce to the Ohio country frontier.  Some of the canal and a lock have been preserved and can be viewed. The ruins of Matildaville, a small eighteenth-century village associated with the hoped of commercial success of the canal, are also visible. Ruins are located in Great Falls Park which is owned and operated by the National Park Service.  Admission is free, but there is a parking fee.  The 800-acre park has views of the falls, 15 miles of hiking trails, and 5 miles of trails for horseback and biking, ranger guided walks and picnic facilities. Open: Open daily year round Admission: Free.
Huntley Meadows Park
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19 miles/website

3701 Lockheed Boulevard
Alexandria, VA 22306
703-768-2525

Huntley Meadows lies in a wet lowland that was carved out by an ancient meander of the Potomac River. The resulting freshwater wetland is one of the rarest habitats left in Fairfax County.  Located in in Fairfax County's Hybla Valley, Huntley Meadows Park is a rich, natural island in the suburban sea of Northern Virginia.  Its 1,425 acres (the largest park in Fairfax County), harbor majestic forests, wildflower-speckled meadows and vast wetlands bursting with life.
The National Mall & Memorial Parks
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14 miles/website

The National Mall
Located off 14th Street NW (between Jefferson Drive and Constitution Avenue)
(202) 633-1000

Officially established in 1965, National Mall & Memorial Parks contains some of the oldest protected park lands in the National Park Service. The areas within National Mall & Memorial Parks provides visitors with ample opportunities to commemorate presidential legacies; honor the courage and sacrifice of war veterans; celebrate the United States commitment to freedom and equality.

National Mall & Memorial Parks include the following Icons:

Rock Creek Park
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13 miles/website

The Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium
5200 Glover Rood NW,
Washington, DC 20015
(202) 895-6070

Rock Creek Park is truly a gem in our nation’s capital. It offers visitors an opportunity to reflect and soothe their spirits through the beauty of nature. Fresh air, majestic trees, wild animals, and the ebb and flow of Rock Creek emanate the delicate aura of the forest.
The Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park
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10-18 miles/website

21293 Smiths Switch Road
Ashburn, VA 21047
703-729-0596

The Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park is one of the longest parks in Virginia.  It stretches the entire length of Fairfax County, along the former roadbed of the W&OD Railroad.  Whether you walk it, run it, bike it or ride it on horseback, you can be sure to enjoy the scenic views all around. 
The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park
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11 miles/website

The Georgetown Visitor Center
1057 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 653-5190

The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park is 184.5 miles of adventure. Originally, the C&O Canal was a lifeline for communities and businesses along the Potomac River as coal, lumber, grain and other agricultural products floated down the canal to market. Today millions of visitors hike or bike the C&O Canal each year to enjoy the natural, cultural and recreational opportunities available. 

Walk, run, bike or roller blade on a beautiful trail on the scenic Potomac River. 

George Washington Memorial Parkway
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5 miles/website

Turkey Run Park
McLean, VA 22101
703-289-2500

This is the “Road to Adventure” – originally designed as a grand gateway and greenway to the Nation’s Capital. Here, you can learn about the First President and the development of America. As an oasis amid urban development, the Parkway has a variety of park sites that provide opportunities for everything from quiet contemplation to nature exploration to active recreation.
Fort Hunt Park
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18 miles/website

George Washington Memorial Parkway
Alexandria, VA
703-289-2550

Situated along the Potomac River, Fort Hunt Park was orginially part of George Washington estate. The orginial fort was built during the Spanish-American War as a defense fortification for the nation's capital. During World War II, the park served as an interrogation camp for captured German submarine crews. Today orginial batterys are still accessible to visitors.

Recreation

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Riverbend
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7 miles/website

8700 Potomac Hills Street
Great Falls, VA 22066
703-759-9018

Tucked away in a remote river setting, Fairfax County Park Authority's only riverfront park has over 400 acres of forest, meadows, and ponds. Trails include a 2.5 mile portion of the Potomac Heritage Trail linking national and regional parkland.  Kayakers and canoeists can enjoy exploring many islands in the Potomac River.  Serious anglers and families can bring a boat or fish from the shady riverbank.  Nature highlights include spectacular river views, beautiful wildflowers and birds.  Park grounds are open from 7am to dusk, hours posted. Gates are locked at closing time.

Facilities include a visitor center with snack bar, gift shop, exhibits and riverside picnic area. The park also has a nature center which is available for rent call 703-759-9018. The park's picnic shelter is available by reservation call 703-324-8732.

Lake Fairfax
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7 miles/website

1400 Lake Fairfax Drive
Reston, VA 20190
703-471-5415

Lake Fairfax is 476 acres of fun, including a 18-acre lake, The Water Mine, an outdoor swimming pool enveloped by a lazy river; fishing, a carousel, campgrounds, trails, playground and picnic areas. Nominal fees are charged for the Water Mine, marina, carousel, and camping. Swimming and windsurfing are prohibited in the lake.
Burke Lake for fishing and boating
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13 miles/website

7315 Ox Road
Fairfax Station, VA 22039
703-323-6601

Burke Lake Park consists of 888 acres, featuring a 218-acre lake with fishing, boating, rowboat rental, campgrounds, a miniature train, a carousel, outdoor volleyball courts, an 18-hole par 3 golf course, disk golf, an ice cream parlor and snack bar, picnic areas with grills, playgrounds and a brand new miniature golf course. The new fishing pier is accessible to persons with disabilities. Privately owned boats with electric motors are permitted on the lake. No gasoline powered water-craft are permitted.Swimming and windsurfing are prohibited. Nominal fees are required for boat rentals, camping, carousel, train and other activities.

Shopping

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Tysons Galleria Mall (Tysons II)
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0 miles
703.827.7730 / Website
Enjoy a day of luxury at Tysons Galleria, Washington D.C.'s premier upscale shopping and dining experience. Tysons Galleria offers some of the world’s most luxurious retailers, such as Burberry, Cartier, Chanel and Versace, as well as a selection of boutiques, such as Lacoste, Thomas Pink, Eileen Fisher and Stuart Weitzman. We cater to customers that know the brands they want, such as Tommy Bahama, Lucky Brand Jeans, BCBG Max Azria and Cole Haan. In addition, Tysons Galleria encompasses the best of “mall” shopping with stores like Ann Taylor, Coach, J. Crew and Anthropologie.
Tysons Corner Center
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.5 mile/Website

1961 Chain Bridge Road
McLean, VA 22102
703-893-9400

Only minutes from the Nation’s capital, Tysons Corner Center is one of the premier shopping malls on the East Coast. At Tysons, you’ll discover an unbeatable mix of department and specialty stores – more than 290 in all.There’s Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Hecht’s, Lord & Taylor, L.L.Bean, and AMC Theatres. And while we’re dropping names, you’ll find Apple, Banana Republic, California Pizza Kitchen, Esprit, Sony Style, The North Face, Free People, Restoration Hardware, Kenneth Cole, The Disney Store, Brighton Collectibles, Skechers USA, and the list goes on and on.
The Shops at Fairfax Square
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2 miles/Website

8075 Leesburg Pike
Vienna, VA 22182
703-448-1830

Indulge in the exquisite Shops at Fairfax Square just opposite Tysons Corner.  Shop at upscale boutiques including Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany & Co., Elizabeth Arden and more. 
Reston Town Center
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8 miles/website
Discover shopping, dining, multiplex cinema, pavilion and ice rink in an ideal downtown setting with a beautiful Fountain Square and an open civic plaza which boasts the Mercury Fountain at its center.
The Shops at Georgetown Park
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10 miles/website

The Shops at Georgetown Park
3222 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 298-5577

As a popular D.C. shopping area, this charming historic neighborhood with a lively street scene boasts specialty shops and national chains alike.  Most stores lie to the east and west on M Street and to the north on Wisconsin.  Georgetown Park, D.C.’s largest shopping mall, features more than 100 world-class shops, boutiques, galleries and cafes.
The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City
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14 miles/website

1100 South Hayes Street
Arlington, VA 22202
(703) 415-2400

The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City, located just moments from the nation's capital, and on the Washington DC Metro system, offers a world-class shopping experience.  A scenic glass elevator ride to the Third Level reveals more than 170 appealing stores and restaurants including Macy's, Nordstrom, Ann Taylor, Apple, Banana Republic, Guess, J. Crew, Kenneth Cole, Steve Madden, Swarovski Crystal Gallery, and Victoria's Secret.  The sky lit Food Court features international specialties from the familiar to the exotic.