Herndon is a town with more than 23,000 residents. Explore the town on a bus rental in Herndon, Virginia today.
A bus rental in Herndon, Virginia can help you tour the following places:
There are several performing arts shows held at the city's parks and facilities. These include the Children's Performing Arts Series. You should also check out the Blue Sky Puppet Theater's performances. Or check out the Next Stop Theatre Company, a professional live theater group, which brings you the chance to experience plays and musicals at budget friendly prices.
Play and have fun at the Perils of the Lost Jungle Minature Golf Course.
The Herndon Centennial Golf Course offers you an 18-hole golf course that measures more than 6,400 yards at the longest tees. It has a 71 par, a 68.7 course rating and a 116 slope rating. It was designed by Edmund B. Ault and was opened in the late 1970s.
Bloomfield is a historic home that was built in the 1850s and features a Greek revival and federal architecture. It stands on more than 11 acres of land. Meanwhile, the Herndon Historic District has more than 170 contributing structures that sport different architecture. The houses, commercial and other buildings here have a variety of architectural styles, including late 19th and early 20th century American movements, late Victorian, and late 19th and 20th century revivals with most of the buildings having been constructed in the 1890s through the 1920s. Some of the important buildings you can visit are the Town Hall, National Bank of Herndon, Nachmans Department Store, Sanitary Grocery Store, 5 and Dime Cafe, the Paine House, the Bicksler House, and the Benjamin Detweiler House. Also in the district but separately listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the Herndon Depot, which is currently being operated as a museum by the Herndon Historical Society. The museum has artifacts, exhibits and memorabilia on railroads and allows you to get to know William Lewis Herndon.
You should also explore the Floris Historic District, which has several contributing structures such as the Ellmore Farm, the Floris School, the Floris Vocational Technical High School Shop, Kidwell Farm, and Lee Farm Site. Then you also have Merrybrooke, the only remaining home of Laura Ratcliffe, who was a Confederate Army spy.
Visit the Frying Pan Park where you can enjoy live barn animals, see a working farm, play at the playground, and buy at the country store. There is also a farmers market here as well as tractor rides.
There are also several neighborhood parks that you can go to, including Bready Park near the city's community center and which features picnic facilities, soccer, softball and baseball fields. There’s also Bready Park which has picnic tables, athletic fields, tennis courts, and play structures, and Bruin Park, which has eight acres of space that includes a play area, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a softball field. Play softball, baseball, soccer, sand volleyball and basketball at Haley M. Smith Park or play and just relax at Harding Park. Other parks you can go to include Alabama Drive Park, Chandon Park, Cuttermill Park, Runnymede Park, Spring Street Park, Stanton Park, and Trailside Park.
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