- TripBuzz found 440 things to do with kids in or near Chantilly, Virginia, including 419 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Arlington, Bethesda and Woodbridge.
- From Kid Junction Chantilly to South Riding Skatepark, the Chantilly area offers 107 different types of family activities, including: Aviation Museums, Historic Sites, Visitor Centers and Hiking Trails.
- Chantilly rests just under 25 miles west of Washington D.C. but is only 6 miles from the Dulles International Airport. Several historic sites are located in the city, such as the Civil War era Chantilly Battlefield. Yet, the most popular attraction is the National Air and Space Museum which is owned and operated by the Smithsonian.
Get a feel for life in the early 1900's at Frying Pan Park, complete with a working demonstration 1930s farm. A meetinghouse from the 18th century and schoolhouse constructed in 1911 are among the attractions. Beginner horseback riding lessons are offered (fee applies).
A sports complex, Arrowhead Park is located behind an elementary school and provides lighted fields for soccer, football and baseball. The park has bleachers, restroom facilities and walking paths leading to each of the fields.
A traditional bowling center, AMF Centreville Lanes features 32 lanes of bowling with shoe rental. The center has a lounge area along with flat-screen televisions showing sports programming and arcade game machines.
A 10-screen movie theater, Regal Fairfax Towne Center 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers reclining chairs, reserved seating, self-service and mobile ticketing, a game room and a concession area with food and drinks.
Spacious Arrowbrook Park was designed for community events as well as outdoor recreational activities. The facility houses a picnic area, playground, synthetic turf field, and courts for basketball, tennis and bocce ball.
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Centreville's Cinemark theater screens first-run movies, ranging from Hollywood blockbusters to its Cinearts series of foreign and art films. The theater features reclining seats, serves a variety of refreshments, and offers a number of discounts and deals.