14080 Shoppers Best Way
Woodbridge, VA 22192
Phone: (703) 580-9200
Fax: (703) 670-0870
The Rockledge Mansion is a beautiful historic home which was built in 1758. Constructed with stone, it was immaculately designed by the famous architect William Buckland. However, today it is no longer used as a residence. The facility is converted to a rental space which has a mesmerizing ballroom. This is a charming place where you can choose to host your private events. The historic mansion is perfect is a backdrop for an intimate wedding.
Formerly known as the Prince William County Stadium because of its location in the Prince William County government complex, G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium is a baseball field and home to the Potomac Nationals minor league baseball team. The stadium was built in the year 1984 and has a seating capacity for 6,000 spectators and has hosted several league games and practice sessions of Potomac.
Located across the Rolling Road, the Empire is a popular music venue. This venue features artists/bands from all over; every show is well attended and loved by all. Given its popularity, do book tickets in advance to avoid last minute disappointment. For gig guide and other details, check website or call ahead.
Located in Wakefield Park, Audrey Moore RECenter is a state-of-the-art leisure facility in the city. Sprawling over 76,000 square feet (7060 square meters), it is home to an aquatics center, gymnasium, fitness suite and arts and craft centers. Amenities include natatorium, squash courts, basketball and volleyball fields. Visitors can enjoy fitness workshops, pottery classes, and outdoor activities like sports and skating, and unwind at the picnic spots on site as well.
Center for the Arts at George Mason University puts on Great Performances and is associated with the College of Visual and Performing Arts. This college believes exploring each art as an individual discipline and gaining in depth information about interdisciplinary forms. They work with the knowledge that education is enhanced when you come in contact with artists through their work, lectures, demonstrations and other creative endeavors. The Center for the Arts is a part of this college and does productions, presentations, and exhibitions for the various departments here and the Great Performances at Mason.
Little Man's Garage on Priscilla Lane has earned a huge following among the underground music fans in the Alexandria. This do-it-yourself (D.I.Y.) venue is housed inside a garage space and can accommodate more than 100 spectators at a time, leaving just enough room for them to head bang or jump to the thumping tunes played out by the bands. With upcoming bands like Caust, Placeholder and Halcyon, who have already perform here, you know what to expect the next time you hear about an upcoming gig at the Little Man's Garage.
Harmony Hall is a historic home dating back to the 18th Century. It is built in Georgian-style architecture on a sprawling estate on the banks of the Potomac River. Acquired by the National Park Service, it is open to visitors looking for a glimpse of Maryland's Colonial heritage. Originally called Battersea, it was given its present name after the harmonious living of its then resident couples, brothers John and Walter Dulaney Addison and spouses.
AMC Loews Shirlington 7 is a movie fanatic's dream come true. With 7 screens this cineplex magnifies every movie for your viewing pleasure and making movie watching a more memorable experience. Many refreshment stands ensure that you are thoroughly entertained. And undeniably, nothing could be better than catching up on a new flick with your family and friends!
The Athenaeum is a historical landmark in the heart of Old Town Alexandria. It was built in 1851 in the Greek Revival architectural style and served as the Bank of the Old Dominion. Home to the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association, this building hosts an array of art exhibitions, music concerts and cultural programs by emerging and established artists on the regional scene. In addition, this venue offers excellent facilities for organizing weddings and private events.
Following an extensive renovation, this old movie theater reopened in 1998 as a venue for national and regional country, bluegrass, rock and folk bands. Great effort went into restoring the original luster of this art deco theatre. Smoking is prohibited in the dining area and the balcony of the State Theatre. The kitchen offers burgers, nachos, enchiladas and vegetarian entrees. Pasta dishes are also available. All these make this venue a delightful one.
The Plateau at National Harbor is one of the most prestigious event venues in Maryland with the excitement it brings. The chapiteau or the Big Top at the Plateau in its trademark blue and yellow canopy, hosts the popular Cirque du Soleil, a circus known for generating the best entertainment. Covering 64 acres of land, the Plateau gives spectacular views and is well facilitated with all amenities to bring you a memorable experience. The event includes great performances in dance, music and more by groups known for their talent.
Formerly Nissan Pavilion, you can get close to the superstars at this venue. From country to pop to rock, the Jiffy Lube Live hosts an array of nationally and internationally-recognized artists. Tickets can be bought online or at the box office. It is convenient to park; restrooms are available. You can find drinking fountains on the premises and the staff will help you with beverages and food. Phone booths are within easy reach.