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3-Star Top-Secret Hotel in Manassas
Less than 10 minutes from downtown Manassas, this top-secret hotel puts you within easy reach of the historic Civil War battlefields and kid-friendly museums that put the town on the map. There’s plenty to keep you occupied right on the property, too, including indoor and outdoor pools and guest rooms with satellite TVs.
- Watch movies on your room’s 32-inch flat-screen HDTV while lounging on a eco-friendly pillow-top mattress.
- Make a splash in the hotel’s pool, which is bathed in natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows.
- 24-hour fitness center: Burn off steam with free weights and cardio equipment.
- Stay connected: There’s free WiFi throughout the hotel.
Manassas, Virginia: Civil War Battlefield near Washington, DC
It was a pair of Civil War battles that put Manassas on the map, one in July 1861 and another a little more than a year later. To walk in the footsteps of the soldiers at Manassas National Battlefield Park, take a ranger-led tour or follow the hiking trails that loop around the battlefield. After the war ended, Manassas grew from a railroad junction into a thriving town. A stroll through its historical downtown leads you past preserved 19th-century buildings, including a train depot and a Romanesque Revival courthouse. You’ll also find the Manassas Museum, where you can learn more about the town’s history.
Less than an hour away, Washington, DC, makes an educational day trip. The National Mall is a must-see for first-time visitors to Washington, DC. The mall stretches 2.5 miles east from the Lincoln Memorial, past the soaring Washington Monument, to the Capitol Building on the other end. Across the Tidal Basin, stop in to see the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, which features a series of waterfalls, sculptures, and inspiring quotes from the 32nd president. Another pillar of DC is the Smithsonian Institution, which encompasses 19 museums in total. The Smithsonian’s best-known museums are located along the National Mall, including the National Museum of Natural History and the National Air and Space Museum.