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Visit to see what's missing from Northern Virginia's recent history. Spend a few weeks in Northern Virginia for some great US history. Some of the highlights:

  • Carlyle House (built in 1752)
  • Christ Church (George Washington's place of worship)
  • Cranford Memorial Methodist Church (early 1900s)
  • The District of Columbia Reformatory (built around 1909)
  • Fort Belvoir (1,500 acres purchased by U.S. Army in 1910)
  • Gadsby's Tavern (used as Washington's headquarters during the war)
  • Gunston Hall (built between 1755 and 1760)
  • The Kenmore House (home of Washington's only sister - Betty Fielding Lewis)
  • Lorton Valley Post Office (opened in 1875)
  • Curtis Lee Mansion
  • Manassas National Battlefield Park
  • The Marshall House (site of the first Civil War bloodshed)
  • Mason Neck State Park (haven for previously endangered eagles)
  • Masonic Lodge (George Washington's Lodge)
  • Mount Vernon (home of George Washington)
  • Occoquan River
  • Pohick Bay Regional Park
  • Pope Leighey House (built by Frank Lloyd Wright on the Woodlawn grounds)
  • Pohick Church (built in 1769)
  • Quantico
  • Shiloh Baptist Church (established around 1869)
  • The Falls Church
  • Woodlawn Plantation (built around 1800 - home of Martha Washington's granddaughter)
  • Washington D.C. (Washington Monument, Capitol Building, Smithsonian, Pentagon, Lincoln Memorial, The White House, Iwo Jima, Bureau of Engraving and Priting, Arlington National Cemetery, Ford's Theatre, and more)

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