Sights around Prince William County
Winery at La Grange
Winery at La Grange
Virginia’s making a name for itself in the nation wine scene with over 200 wineries throughout the commonwealth. The Winery at La Grange offers a family and pet friendly environment and offers tastings of wines with grapes sourced throughout the state.
Dale City Farmer’s Market
The Dale City Farmer’s Market is held every Saturday from April to November and offers fruits and vegetables, flowers, baked goods, jams and specialty products from the region
The market is held rain or shine near Potomac Mills on Dale Blvd.
Cock and Bowl
Belgian cuisine is the order of the day at Cock and Bowl and features authentic Belgian fries and multiple versions of mussels. The beer list features beers from throughout Belgium in addition to local craft beers from the area.
Prince William County offers riverfront dining along the Occoquan River at Madigan’s Waterfront in Occoquan and Tim’s Rivershore Restaurant in Dumfries.
The mayor of Occoquan Earnie Porta offers kayak tours in the spring and summer that offer an insight into the town’s history.
The small town of Occoquan offers over 100 antique shops, restaurants and retail stores on the banks of the Occoquan River
Bad Wolf Brewing is Prince William County’s first brewery and offers beers brewed in small batches that rotate frequently.
Visitors are invited to taste beers in their tap room and take home refillable growlers to enjoy at home.
The Marine Corps Base Quantico
The Marine Corps Base Quantico is known as the crossroads of the Marine Corps. The National Museum of the Marine Corps is located in nearby Triangle, VA
Quantico National Cemetery
The land at the Quantico National Cemetery has belonged to the military for over 200 years and visitors can learn from monuments and memorials throughout the grounds.
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