- TripBuzz found 13 things to do with kids in or near Colonial Beach, Virginia, including 6 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Stafford, Waldorf, Fredericksburg and Port Tobacco.
- From Westmoreland State Park to Colonial Beach Municipal Pier, the Colonial Beach area offers 78 different types of family activities, including: Marinas, History Museums, Farms & Ranches and National & State Parks.
- A small town with much history, Colonial Beach, VA has the second largest beach front in Virginia, making it a popular tourist destination for Washington D.C. inhabitants just 90 minutes away. Near the town is George Washington's birth place and notable figures such as James Monroe and Alexander Graham Bell both owned homes in the area.
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10225 Nokesville Road, Manassas, VA 20110 MoreLess Info
Vertical Rock Climbing & Fitness Center is a rock climbing facility that offers rock climbing lessons, outdoor summer camps, and yoga classes. The facility is also available for birthday parties and corporate events.
The United States Air Force and its predecessor organizations are honored at the Air Force Memorial in Arlington. It is adjacent to the Arlington National Cemetery and overlooks the Pentagon to allow for guests to view parallels between the sites.
Along with being a popular first-run theater, the Angelika Film Center serves as an arthouse site with independent film showings and special discussions. There is also an adjoining café where debates about the movies are encouraged.
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2911 District Avenue, Fairfax, VA 22031 MoreLess Info
Angelika Film Center & Cafe at Mosaic is a movie theater that shows both independent and blockbuster films, with a cafe that serves alcohol and has a unique menu. They have assigned seating so seats can be reserved.
Blenheim, a historic home completed just before the Civil War, is now a museum and shows reenactments for tourists. Restoration efforts produce authenticity of the home, especially the graffiti and writings on the walls from the soldiers of war.
Get a feel for life in mid-19th century Virginia at Cherry Hill Farmhouse. Visitors can shell and grind corn in the barn, dress in period clothing and play old-fashioned parlor games. Guided tours are offered.
Golfing activities allow Jefferson District Park to stand out among the area's community centers. Visitors can enjoy a landscaped, 9-hole, executive golf course or mini-golf in addition to standard activities such as basketball or tennis.
A 20 acre city park, Van Dyck Park features a variety of amenities. In addition to a large open field, the park has a lighted basketball court, a picnic pavilion, four tennis courts, three sand volleyball courts, and a trail.