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  • Writer's pictureMaureen Landes

Fun Things To Do with Family or Solo Around Northern Virginia

Updated: Jan 19

Living in Ashburn or Brambleton? Here are some places in easy driving or metro distance.

Fun Things to Do with Family or Solo Around Ashburn and Brambleton, Northern Virginia Are you a resident of Ashburn or Brambleton, Virginia, or perhaps planning to move into the area soon? You're in for a treat! Northern Virginia offers an abundance of exciting activities for families and individuals alike. From educational experiences to relaxing getaways, here are some must-visit places that are easily accessible by car or metro.

As someone who has lived here for 30+ years, I have so much more to offer in terms of entertainment and activity in Loudoun! Check back later for more, or better yet, reach out! You can always call or text (202) 827-5069 or send me an email at I am happy to help!

1. National Museum of African American History - Washington, D.C. You MUST go, if you haven’t yet! Beautiful structure and design, reflecting the African American history. You won’t regret it - gorgeous, inspiring, educational celebration of humanity.

2. National Aquarium - Baltimore, MD National Aquarium Baltimore, MD Another one of my family’s favorites. A little pricey, but so relaxing–a getaway not too far away.

3. Cherry Blossoms - Washington, D.C. A beautiful spring endeavor for going alone, with a partner or friends, or kids and the whole family. Details click here: Cherry Blossoms

4. Washington Nationals Baseball Games - Washington, D.C. Washington Nationals Baseball Games Washington, D.C. Fun alone or with the whole family. You can score affordable seats and enjoy a night out at the ball park. For schedule and details click here: Washington Nationals

5. Meadowlark Botanical Garden - Fairfax, VA Meadowlark Botanical Garden Fairfax, VA Beautiful, relaxing, and educational. Again, something you can do with the whole family, but is also just as enjoyable and serene alone. Click here for details and entry fees: Meadowlark Botanical Garden

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