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Visitor Center

9431 West Street

Begin your visit at the Historic Manassas Train Depot, the signature icon of Historic Downtown. Built in 1914, the renovated depot is now home to the offices of Historic Manassas, Inc., a Virginia Main Street organization, the Historic Manassas Visitor Center and the James and Marion Payne Railroad Heritage Gallery. The site is also a busy stop for daily Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express commuter trains connecting Manassas with Washington, DC and beyond.

The Historic Manassas Visitor Center is open 7 days a week, 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. except New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. It offers brochures, maps, and  friendly knowledgeable staff to help you explore this fascinating locale on foot or by car. Accommodation information can also be sent to your home. Before you come, call the Visitor Center at 703-361-6599 or email our Visitor Center Manager.

Things To Do

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Public House Kitchen and Brewery
They have a passion for great food, great beer and hometown, so they strive to source from local farms and markets for both the restaurant and brewery. Their fresh farm-to-table/beer inspired menu is the perfect example of local flavor. Chef and Master Brewer work side by side to develop our menu and in-house craft beer that complement each other to give you, the customer, a truly unique experience.
Manassas Museum
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Where to Stay

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Manassas Junction Bed and Breakfast
If you are looking for a relaxing step back in time, you will enjoy this restored Queen Anne style home in the Historic District.
Bennett House Bed and Breakfast
This restored Victorian Inn is located in a quiet area of the Historic District.
Best Western Manassas
Close to Old Town Manassas, the Best Western Manassas hotel has the perfect location for a family getaway.