Capital One Arena
Capital One Arena is DC's largest sports and entertainment center and is home to the Washington Wizards, Capitals, and Mystics, as well as the Georgetown Hoyas' basketball team.
Flight Trampoline Park
Bounce around this indoor fun zone! Decked out with foam pits and trampolines galore, this indoor park is fun for kids and adults alike. Perfect for birthday parties or just a rainy day.
George Washington's Distillery & Gristmill
Visit George Washington's personal distillery and gristmill, one of America's largest whiskey distilleries during his lifetime. See how corn and barley were processed in the 18th century, and sample cuisine and libations that Washington himself would have enjoyed.
George Washington's Mount Vernon
Explore our first president's lovely, expansive estate on a fun-filled day out with the family. History buffs can tour through George Washington's home, visit his resting place, or learn more about colonial life at the interactive museum.
Take in the Virginia countryside at one of many nearby golf courses. Or, head to the gorgeous on-post Fort Belvoir Golf Club, which features a driving range, two championship 18-hole courses, and clubhouse.
Visit this 18th-century mansion that was once home to founding father George Mason. Experience what life was like in the colonial era through the grounds' many educational exhibits.
Huntley Meadows Park
Reconnect with nature in Huntley Meadows Park, which boasts several diverse habitats and plethora of wildlife. Free activities range from organized group hikes to art classes focused on the nature found in the park.
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
One of the nation's most esteemed entertainment venues, the Kennedy Center offers a wide variety of critically acclaimed performances year-round and makes the perfect date or family night spot.
Mount Vernon Trail
One of the most stunning trails in all of northern Virginia, the Mount Vernon trail spans from Theodore Roosevelt Island on the Potomac to George Washington's Mount Vernon estate. Run, walk, or bike along the trail while taking in breathtaking views of the nation's capital.
This newly developed, mini-metropolis destination located on the Potomac River offers a variety of entertainment, shopping, and dining options for the whole family to enjoy, including a 180' high ferris wheel with incomparable views of the waterfront and city beyond.
One tourist destination that should be at the top of anyone's must-see list, the Newseum takes you through the history of news and the power of the First Amendment with interactive exhibits and high-profile events and programs.
Old Town Alexandria
This quaint town is full of alluring restaurants and shops. Take a ghost tour at night for spooky Old Town history, grab a bite on the water, or simply stroll down one of the cobblestone roads while enjoying the charm around you.
Pirate's Cover Waterpark
Can't handle the heat of summer in DC? Bring the kids to cool off at this crowd-pleasing waterpark playground complete with two large water slides, water jungle gym, and pirate-themed activities to boot.
Smithsonian National Zoo
One of the oldest in the United States, the National Zoo is home to exotic animals from around the world and a great place to visit with friends and family year-round. Plus, it's free!
Springfield Town Center
Catch a movie, dine at an abundance of restaurants, or shop 'til you drop at this urban-inspired, mixed-use town center just a short drive from The Villages at Belvoir.
Tanger Outlets at National Harbor
Shop all of your favorite clothing brands at prices. Park at the outlets for free, or take the water taxi from Alexandria if you want to add some fun to your day.
Udvar-Hazy Air & Space Center
Serving as an extension of the Air and Space Museum on the Mall, this museum offers two hangers of aviation and spacecrafts, a 360Â°-view observation deck, IMAX theater, and flight simulators. Did we mention it has an actual space shuttle?
Enjoy indoor or outdoor events and concerts at one of Northern Virginia's premiere performance venues that hosts some of music and performing arts' biggest names.