Welcome to Falls Church
Dating all the way back to the 1600’s as one of Virginia’s earliest colonies, Falls Church is rich with historic value and only a short commute to all of the museums and art galleries surrounding the Washington D.C. area. With over 14 city parks this community creates the perfect space to enjoy the outdoors, and provides plenty of hiking, biking, and running trails for its residents. A strong emphasis on the arts is found through the two prominent local theaters, The State Theater, and the Creative Cauldron. Neighborhood events like the Memorial Day Parade, seasonal festivals, the Farmer’s Market, the Fall Festival, and outdoor movie screenings are all a huge draw for locals. With City Hall located only 9 miles from D.C. this area is great for city commuters and has easy access to the highway as well as its own Metro stop at the East Falls Church Station. Yet Falls Church is decorated with a surplus of green space, full of city parks perfect for hiking, biking, and running.
Notable neighborhoods in Arlington include:
- East & West Falls Church
- Falls Church City
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