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Visiting Northern Virginia
Northern Virginia is at its most active in the spring and summer. Outdoor activities abound in all directions, and iconic landmarks and historic attractions make up a significant portion of the landscape. Best of all, this season, visitors to communities from Alexandria and Arlington to Fairfax City and Sterling are welcomed with a wealth a special events, festivals, and family-friendly fun.
After exploring must-see attractions like Arlington National Cemetery, the John F. Kennedy Gravesite, and the United States Air Force Memorial in Arlington, venture west to Falls Church to our and view some of the county's most decorative and historic gardens, when private homes in the homes in the area open up for the 2016 Historic Garden Week. Check local listings for individual viewing times – events are held April 23rd through 30th.
Northern Virginia visitors don’t have to cross the river to enjoy America’s Pastime this summer. The future big-leaguers of the Potomac Nationals bring MiLB action to G Richard Pfitzner Stadium, near Springfield in Woodbridge. Check the schedule during your visit to catch a Nationals home game – the team plays a few times a week through the first week of September.
Sterling visitors aren’t far from the Lost Creek Winery in Leesburg, where, on August 6th, the 4th Annual Chesapeake Crab & Wine Feast draws foodies with an all-you-can-eat menu provided by JB Seafood, fine local wines, and live music. Reserve your spot now to sip and savor the fun.
Of course, there’s plenty more must-try dishes and delicacies at local-favorite, Old Town Alexandria spots like like Restaurant Eve, Vermillion, and Jackson 20. And once you’ve had your fill, you can work it all off at the 10th Annual Stomp Out Sickle Cell 5K Walk, just across the Potomac River at Washington DC’s National Mall. Starting at 8 a.m. on September 10th, it’s a chance to get active in a scenic setting for a good cause.
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