NSA Washington, DC - Nearby Cities
Arlington is located just across the Potomac River from Washington D.C. It is connected by a pristine underground subway system which offers easy access to the historical offerings of our nation's capitol. Located just 8 miles from the Naval District Washington D.C., the city offers a myriad of educational exhibits as well as dining, shopping, and entertainment venues. Homes for sale in the area start at $433,000 for a 2 bedroom, 2 bath residence.
Homes for rent as well as apartments are available in the area starting at a monthly rate of $1230 for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit. Local hotels such as the Comfort Inn and the Hilton Arlington offer temporary lodging accommodations for nightly rates starting at $129. Free newspapers along with complimentary breakfasts, full-service business centers, and high-speed internet service are also offered.
Arlington has many major attractions close by including the Arlington Cemetery with John F. Kennedy's grave and eternal flame and the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Connected to Washington D.C. by underground subway, the city offers easy access to the State Capitol building, the Washington Monument, and the Smithsonian Institution Museum.
Bowie is a city in Prince George's County with a population of 50,000 people. Bowie is the fifth most populous city in the state of Maryland. The town originally evolved around the railroad that was established back in the early 1850s. The Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Company used Bowie, as it would later be named, as the junction of the two railroad lines and the main line into Maryland. Bowie is located just 19 miles from the Naval District in Washington D.C. and offers military personnel and their families a moderate-sized community in which to live and work.
Homes for sale in the area start at $184,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath residence. Rental properties such as apartments are also available starting at a monthly rent of $850 for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit. For those visitors looking for temporary lodging, local hotels such as the Hampton Inn and Rips Country Inn offer accommodations including high speed internet access and complimentary breakfasts. Nightly rates start at $135.
Local attractions include the Radio and Television Museum which is housed in a renovated farmhouse and is the only museum in the Washington area that is solely dedicated to radio and television. Exhibits include antique tubes and wires and huge wooden boxes that once made up the first television sets. Everything from the wireless telegraph to a wide assortment of evolving television history is featured. The Belair Mansion nearby is a beautiful five-part Georgian plantation house which was the home of famous horseman, William Woodward. The house features exhibits highlighting the families that lived there from 1747 to 1957. Many portraits hang in the halls offering visitors a unique glimpse into 250 years of history.
Woodbridge is city in Prince William County, Virginia which has a current population of 40,500 people. The town was established after being a collection of rural farms and then transformed into a planned community in the 1970s. The name comes from the Thomas Mason wooden toll bridge that was built supplant the existing ferry and to carry traffic across the Occoquan River. Woodbridge covers 11 square miles and is located 24 miles from the Naval District in Washington D.C. The town is a thriving community in which to live and work.
Homes for sale in the area start at $189,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath residence. Rental properties such as apartments are also available starting at a monthly rent of $465 for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit. For those visitors looking for temporary lodging, local hotels such as the Holiday Inn Express and the Best Western Potomac Mills offer accommodations including high speed internet access and complimentary breakfasts. Nightly rates start at $84.
Local attractions include the 9/11 Liberty Memorial which is dedicated to all those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The reflecting pool and plaza recall the 184 lives that were lost at the Pentagon. There are two columns of water that represent the 2,749 lives lost at the World Trade Center in New York City. The flagstone pays tribute to the 40 lives lost near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The memorial offers a stirring tribute to the events of that fateful day and how we will "never forget".