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Dating to 1699, the "Little City" is named after The Falls Church, an 18th-century Anglican parish (of which George Washington was a vestryman). This historic suburb of Washington, D.C. is known for its food, schools, and thriving Hispanic and Vietnamese communities.
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9750 Meadowlark Gardens Ct, Vienna, VA 22182, USA
Once the farm of a prominent economist and social historian, Dr. Gardiner Means and Dr. Carolyn Ware, Meadowlark is Northern Virginia's largest botanical garden. Located In the Washington, D.C. suburb of Vienna, VA, explore and meander through 95...
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312 Park Ave, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
Cherry Hill Historic House and Farm at 321 Park Avenue is a social center and a tourist draw. Built in 1845, it was once a thriving 73-acre farm owned by William A. Blaisdell and was occupied during the Civil War. Today, it is owned by the City of...
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220 N Washington St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
Opened in 1936, the State Theatre operated as a popular movie house until 1988. A decade later, a multi-million dollar restoration transformed it into one of the Washington, D.C. area's coolest live music venues with dance floor, full restaurant,...
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115 E Fairfax St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
The city's namesake is this formerly wooden church founded in 1732, whose congregation has included President George Washington and Virginia statesman George Mason. The name "The Falls Church" referred to its geographic location as the one church...
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Wolf Trap, VA, USA
Located about five miles west of Falls Church, America's only national park to the performing arts continues to host world-class performances of every genre since its creation in 1971. With an average of over 90 concerts from May to September,...
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422 S Washington St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
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Following the American Civil War, Falls Church has been home to the predominantly African-American Tinner Hill neighborhood. Named for Joseph and Mary Tinner, who owned a portion of the land as well as the granite quarry, they went on to become...
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Falls Church, VA, USA
Throughout the American Civil War (1861-1865), the Northern Virginia area, including Falls Church was a hotbed of activity—espionage, divided loyalties, battles, skirmishes, armed incursions, troop movements, encampments, fortifications,...
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Falls Church, VA, USA
Before World War II, Falls Church experienced its most significant growth during the Victorian era (1837-1901). Today, the city's Victorian-era legacy lives on in the charming homes and churches along East Broad Street, in between Roosevelt and...
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7400 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22102, USA
For the birds and other wildlife, it's a sanctuary. To local residents, it's an ideal place to walk the dog. For hikers, it's one of the Washington D.C. area's loveliest venues with well maintained and seldom used trails. The main four-mile-long...
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929 W Broad St, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
Located along the former Washington & Old Dominion Railroad (W&OD) that provided train service from Alexandria to Loudoun County from 1859-1968, the W&OD Regional Park offers 45 miles of asphalt trail for running, walking, and bicycling as well as...
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101 N Maple Ave, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
Clay Cafe Studios is a local place to take friends or the kids to bring out their inner artist with do-it-yourself pottery painting and no-fuss glass fusing. Choose from a wide selection of blanks including plates, vases, and containers.
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410 S Maple Ave, Falls Church, VA 22046, USA
In recent years, Falls Church has become home to an emerging artistic community, which provides events and opportunities to enjoy and participate in the visual arts, performing arts, and literary arts. Leading the way is ArtSpace, a 3,000 square...
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6317 Georgetown Pike #2, McLean, VA 22101, USA
Clemyjontri is not your typical McDonald's PlayLand. This two-acre playground was the dream of Mrs. Adele Lebowitz, who envisioned a playground for children of all abilities, including those with sensory, motor, and developmental disabilities....