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George Mason Center for the Arts - Concert Hall

The Center for the Arts is the centerpiece of performing arts on the Fairfax campus of George Mason University. Each year, the Center welcomes hundreds of thousands of community members into its 2000-seat Concert Hall for performances by renowned professional artists, accomplished faculty, and emerging student artists.

Category:Music
George Mason Center for the Arts - Harris Theatre

The Center for the Arts Harris Theatre is a modified proscenium/thrust theater, containing 460 seats. With two levels of seating and exquisite acoustics it is the ideal setting for smaller-scaled concerts or theatrical productions, recitals, lectures, recordings, and screenings. It is located on the campus of George Mason University near the Center for the Arts, just northeast of Mason Pond Parking Deck. The orchestra and balcony levels of Harris Theatre have separate entrances allowing th ...

Category:Theatre
George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate Museum & Gardens

George Washington's Mount Vernon is located about 15 miles south of Washington DC along the banks of the Potomac River. The historic estate includes not only the Mount Vernon Mansion - George and Martha Washington's home - but also a host of colonial era buildings, beautiful gardens, a working distillery and gristmill, and our museum and education center. There's so much more to see here. So buy your tickets online and save time and money.

Category:Museums

Great Falls Grange

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Great Falls Grange

Built in 1929, a product of the Grange Movement which swept rural America shortly after the Civil War. The Grange was built as a symbol of commitment to community involvement and progress, and has been a meeting and special event site throughout its history. Their largest indoor facility, the Great Falls Grange provides functional elegance. The naturally lit upper level with hardwood floor, barrel-vaulted bead board ceiling and stage is sure to please. The lower level banquet room and enormous ...

Greater Reston Arts Center

GRACE is a dynamic arts center providing Northern Virginia's diverse community with abundant opportunities to experience and explore the visual arts through exhibitions educational programming the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival and other special events. Whether you are a professional artist or an inquisitive schoolchild a novice art collector or an experienced connoisseur an avid gallery goer or a curious passerby GRACE programs offer rewarding experiences for you to explore art with innov ...

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Grist Mill Park

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Grist Mill Park

Grist Mill Park is a large park in Alexandria, VA on the east side Route 1. The big red Barn and Silo is easily visible from the road and parking lot. Around the barn are community garden plots and a off leash dog park. The 75-acre park also has baseball fields, soccer fields and basketball courts. In addition to the sports facilities, the park has a large playground area equipped with large and small pieces of play equipment. There are restrooms in the form of porta potties near the parking lo ...

Category:Music
Gum Springs Historic Society and Museum

The Gum Springs Historical Society's Museum & Cultural Center opened its doors on November 24th, 1996.The Museum receives no Federal or State funding.The Museum is suppported by your generous donations,membership and fund raisers. It is the aim of the Museum to display a dynamic exhibit of the history of the Gum Springs Community. Plans are to eventually make a visit to the Center a vivid multimedia experience via computers and interactive audio-visual displays much like the Smithsonian Inst ...

Category:Museums

Gunston Hall

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Gunston Hall

Gunston Hall was once the center of a 5,500-acre tobacco and corn plantation. Its owner, George Mason IV (1725-1792), was a fourth generation Virginian who became a senior statesman and author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights, Mason was among the first to call for such fundamental American liberties as religious toleration and freedom of the press. Today, Gunston Hall is a National Historic Landmark owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia and administered by a Board of Regents appointed from ...

Category:Museums

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