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20 Attractions to Explore Near Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Meadowlark Botanical Gardens
Meadowlark Botanical Gardens9750 Meadowlark Gardens Ct, Vienna, VA 22182, USA

This is a 100 plus acre botanical garden which was located in Vienna, Virginia. There is plenty of ornamental display gardens and unique native plant collections. Discover local flora and fauna among lakes, forests and meandering walking trails. Take in majestic views of the Piedmont hills, explore the Korean Bell Garden or pay a visit to our restored 18th Century log cabin and so more.

Nearby Attractions

Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts
Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts1.43 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

This is a performing arts center located on 117 acres of national parkland in unincorporated Fairfax County. The Foundation presents performances in the Filene Center from May through September and at The Barns at Wolf Trap year-round. The latter venue is adjacent to but outside the park proper. In addition, the Foundation operates the Wolf Trap Opera Company, a resident company for young opera singers.

Great Falls Park
Great Falls Park6.65 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

A small national park site in Virginia on 800 acres along the banks of the Potomac River. This place is blessed with rich natural beauty and soo many water resources and also has a vast variety of flora and fauna.

Scott’s Run Nature Preserve
Scott’s Run Nature Preserve7.62 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

A nature preserve which was located at Mc lean which is noted for including eastern hemlocks among its plant life, which are rare for the area. It is a popular destination for recreation and hiking and is operated by the Fairfax County Park Authority.

NRA National Firearms Museum
NRA National Firearms Museum9.55 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

The NRA National Firearms Museum is a museum established in 1935, located at the NRA Headquarters Building in Fairfax County which has Approximately 2,500 guns are displayed in 15,000 square feet. The museum's exhibits cover seven centuries of firearms development and history. The main museum galleries are organized chronologically. Exhibits include firearms used for competition shooting, hunting, personal defense, recreational shooting, and police work.

Oak Hill
Oak Hill11.31 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Oak Hill is a mansion and plantation located in Aldie, Virginia that was for 22 years a home of James Monroe, the fifth U.S. President. It is a National Historic Landmark, but privately owned and not open to the public.

The CIA Museum
The CIA Museum11.80 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

The CIA Museum, administered by the Center for the Study of Intelligence, is a national archive for the collection, preservation, documentation and exhibition of intelligence artifacts, culture, and history. Its collection includes material associated with all activities of the CIA's predecessor, the Office of Strategic Services, a material associated with activities of foreign intelligence organizations, and material associated with the history and mission of the Central Intelligence Agency.

Sully Historic Site
Sully Historic Site13.32 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Sully was the home of Richard Bland Lee, uncle of Robert E. Lee, and northern Virginia's first representative to congress. The home is furnished with Federal period antiques and combines Georgian and Federal architechtural styles. It was restored by Fairfax County Park Authority in 1976.

Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center14.36 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

This is the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum (NASM)'s annex at Washington Dulles International Airport in the Chantilly area of Fairfax County, which holds numerous exhibits, including the Space Shuttle Discovery, the Enola Gay, and the Gemini 7 space capsule.

Ellanor C. Lawrence Park
Ellanor C. Lawrence Park15.45 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

A natural park that preserves the cultural and natural resources of western Fairfax County and has a long and complex history lasting 8,000 years. The land was used as a tenant farm, family homestead, and country estate until it was deeded to Fairfax County Park Authority as a 640-acre nature park in 1971.

Algonkian Regional Park
Algonkian Regional Park15.69 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

The 838-acre park which was located on the Potomac River in Sterling, Virginia is owned and operated by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority and contains open fields, picnic shelters, rental cottages, an event center for weddings and meetings, a boat launch with access to the Potomac River, the Volcano Island water park open from May to September, and an 18-hole golf course. The park is bisected by the Potomac Heritage Trail.

Green Spring Garden
Green Spring Garden16.70 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

A public park, including a historic 18th-century plantation house "Green Spring", which is the heart of a national historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.

Lake Accotink Park
Lake Accotink Park17.03 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Lake Accotink is a reservoir in North Springfield in Fairfax County, Virginia, which was formed by the damming of Accotink Creek. The lake is 55 acres, and the surrounding park is 493.

Burke Lake Park
Burke Lake Park19.83 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

A beautiful public park that encompasses Burke Lake. It offers many recreation facilities, including miniature golf, a carousel, a miniature train, an ice cream parlor, a fishing pier, campgrounds, and numerous playgrounds and picnic areas.

Fountainhead Regional Park
Fountainhead Regional Park24.54 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

This is an approximately 2,000-acre regional park, bordering a tributary of the Potomac River, in Fairfax County, northern Virginia which was protecting and managing by the NOVA Parks agency.

Henry House Hill
Henry House Hill24.89 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Henry House Hill is a location near Bull Run in Virginia. Named for the house of the Henry family that sits atop it, the hill begins near the road of Centreville. This hill was an important site of the battles of First and Second Bull Run.

Manassas National Battlefield Park
Manassas National Battlefield Park24.99 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

A unit of the National Park Service located in Prince William County, that preserves the site of two major American Civil War battles: the First Battle of Bull Run and the Second Battle of Bull Run. The park offers exhibits includes Civil War-era uniforms, weapons, field gear, and an electronic battle map and so more. The park was established in 1940 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.

Ben Lomond Historic Site
Ben Lomond Historic Site25.55 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

This is a mountain in the Scottish Highlands. Situated on the eastern shore of Loch Lomond, it is the most southerly of the Munros. Ben Lomond lies within the Ben Lomond National Memorial Park and the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, property of the National Trust for Scotland.

George Washington’s Mt. Vernon
George Washington’s Mt. Vernon27.73 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Mount Vernon was the plantation of George Washington, the first President of the United States, which was situated in the banks of the Potomac River in Fairfax County. There is also a beautiful mansion built in there. It remained Washington's home for the rest of his life.

Dyke Marsh  Preserve
Dyke Marsh Preserve27.86 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Dyke Marsh consists of about 380 acres of tidal marsh, floodplain, and swamp forest. It formed 5,000 to 7,000 years ago. It is one of the largest remaining pieces of freshwater tidal wetlands left in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area.

Ball’s Bluff Battlefield Regional Park
Ball’s Bluff Battlefield Regional Park30.29 KMs away from Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park and National Cemetery is a battlefield area and a United States National Cemetery located northeast of Leesburg, Virginia. The cemetery is the third smallest national cemetery in the United States. Fifty-four Union Army dead from the Battle of Ball's Bluff is interred in 25 graves in the half-acre plot.