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The Alden Theater is a 383-seat venue for live stage performances, film screenings and concerts. It hosts national and international touring acts and offers aspiring thespians of all ages opportunities to learn the acting craft.
Serving the community, McLean Community Center offers visitors a variety of programs in fitness and the arts. During the summer, the center hosts camps for children that involve cooking, making crafts, and other activities.
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3447 Carlin Springs Road, Falls Church, VA 22041 MoreLess Info
Ultra Zone Laser Tag offers high-tech laser games for up to 66 players simultaneously in a multilevel arena. Other amenities include a family video arcade and accommodations for special events like birthdays or corporate parties.
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4301 West Braddock Road, Alexandria, VA 22304 MoreLess Info
Built to protect the area during the Civil War in the mid-1800s, Fort Ward Museum & Park now interprets the history of the period through exhibits, tours, interpretive programs and living history activities.
The Thomas Viaduct Obelisk is a 15 foot tall obelisk housed on top of the relay end of the Thomas Viaduct, a stone masonry railroad bridge. The obelisk designates the government and railroad officials connected to the bridge project.
Hosting leagues and tournaments for volleyball and soccer, Volleyball House is an indoor sports facility with turf soccer fields and volleyball courts. On Fridays, the center hosts a drop-in volleyball session, where visitors can rent courts for recreational volleyball.
The Potomac Community Recreation Center is a recreation center offering an open space for recreational and social purposes. Many classes and programs are hosted at the recreation center, and the center has rooms available for rent for various special events.
The 45-acre Fort Ward Park was once an important Civil War site, and today features a museum and hosts historical reenactments. The park features sheltered and unsheltered picnic areas, soccer fields, a playground, paved loop and an amphitheater.