Explore Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park

Man standing on the edge of a cliff located in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia.

Filled with cascading waterfalls, quiet wooded hollows, as well as historic sites, Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park offers much to explore. A short day trip away from our apartments in Centreville, VA, you’ll be relaxing in nature in no time. Dickey Ridge Visitor Center Found in the park’s north end, Dickey Ridge features an interactive display […]

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Virtually Explore the Smithsonian Gardens

A view of the landscaped grounds at the Smithsonian Gardens

About 30 minutes from The Elms at Centreville is a destination meant to engage, inform, and inspire. It’s called the Smithsonian Gardens, and this picturesque attraction is always in bloom. Often called the Smithsonian Institution’s “museum without walls,” it welcomes millions of visitors every year. But today, you can explore from home. Here is some […]

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Virtually Explore the National Museum of the American Indian

The outside façade of the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC

About 45 minutes from our Centreville apartments, you’ll find a destination that’s home to one of the world’s largest collections of Native artifacts. The National Museum of the American Indian works to advance the knowledge of Native cultures. Today, you can explore the National Museum of the American Indian from home! Our favorite highlights include: […]

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Virtually Tour the Museum of American History

the front entrance of the National Museum of American History

About 30 minutes from The Elms at Centreville, the National Museum of American History allows visitors to learn about our country’s past. Home to nearly two million artifacts and over three miles of archival collections, the museum also offers virtual tours. Continue reading for a preview of what you can discover from our Fairfax County apartments: Abraham Lincoln: An […]

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