Additional Points of Interest More Local Attractions Keep You On the Go in Sterling, VA
Be within driving distance of a number of historic and natural landmarks when you make the Country Inn & Suites, Washington Dulles International Airport, VA your home base. Visit the former home of George Washington, stroll the pathways of Green Spring Gardens or get a glimpse inside Morven Park, former residence of Virginia Governor Westmoreland Davis.
Visit these additional points of interest:
- Claude Moore Colonial Farm (18 miles)
Get some idea of the struggle colonial farmers of the 1770s experienced when you visit this tenant farm, which hosts special events like the annual Market Fair.
Phone: +1 (703) 442-7557
- Green Spring Gardens (25 miles)
Learn more about plants and wildlife at Green Spring Gardens, home to 20 thematic demonstration gardens, a greenhouse with tropical plants and two gift shops. Be sure to visit the museum or walk to the wooded stream valley with ponds.
Phone: +1 (703) 642-5173
- The Marshall House (14 miles)
Formerly known as Dodona Manor, this historic home was once owned by George Marshall, author of the Marshall Plan—the post-WWII European Recovery Act.
Phone: +1 (703) 777-1301
- Meadowlark Botanical Gardens (14 miles)
Enjoy miles of walking trails, memorable lake views and 95 acres of ornamental display gardens at this attraction. During your visit, check out the Korean Bell Garden, the atrium filled with tropical plants and the restored 18th-century log cabin.
Phone +1 (703) 255-3631
- Morven Park (17 miles)
This 1,000-acre estate draws thousands of visitors for its connection to Virginia governor Westmoreland Davis, who once called this place home. The grounds include three museums, formal gardens, historic outbuildings, a Civil War hut and hiking trails.
Phone: +1 (703) 777-2414
- Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens (36 miles)
Don't miss the nation's most famous estate: the former home of George Washington, America’s first president. Mount Vernon offers beautiful views of the Potomac River and encompasses more than a dozen original structures, including Washington's Tomb.
Phone: +1 (703) 780-2000