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Arlington’s Synetic Theater

Arlington's Synetic Theater was highlighted in The New York Times. Check out it in the Arts & Culture section. 

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It's been said that Arlington is the place where history and fun intersect. We've been part of Washington's history since the very beginning: Arlington was once part of the original Federal City designed by Pierre L'Enfant. And while we’re proud to have some of our nation's most impressive and world-renowned monuments and memorials, you'll also find attractions here with an Arlington edge: different, intriguing, off-the-beaten-path and perhaps unexpected.

Arlington is the ideal hub for visiting the Washington region. Many of the region's most popular attractions are conveniently accessible by the Metro subway system, and virtually all of Arlington's 43 hotels are just minutes from one of 11 Metro stations in the County. And Arlington is super-walkable: bike paths, sidewalks and pedestrian-friendly bridges mean you can park your car and head out on foot.

To help plan your trip, or for recommendations on attractions and itineraries, contact the Arlington Visitors Center at (800) 677- 6267 or (703) 416-0784.



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Dance, Opera, Theatre, Visual Arts - you can find it all at Arlington's urban arts center, Artisphere!

Cherry Blossom Festival

A fantastic time of year to visit is the spring when the Nation's Capital blossoms with tiny pink and white flowers.

Arlington Farmers' Market

Fresh produce, baked goods and more at the Arlington Farmers' Market every Saturday in Courthouse from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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