Sourced from Wikivoyage. Text is available under the CC-by-SA 3.0 license.Manassas is a small city in northern Virginia with a strong Civil War presence. The First Battle of Bull Run, was fought nearby.
Weekday commuter rail service to and from Washington, D.C. is provided by Virginia Railway Express. Intercity service is provided via Amtrak as Manassas is a stop of the Northeast Regional service between Boston, New York City and Lynchburg. Additionally, two long distance trains also calls here, the tri-weely Cardinal between New York and Chicago as well as the daily Crescent between New York and New Orleans. is located at 9431 West St, next to downtown.
phone: +1 202 332-2691Operates service to/from Penn Station in New York City; Pickup/dropoff at commuter lot on Cushing Road by Omniride-PRTC stop. Buses offer free Wi-Fi, electrical outlets, and free water.
Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation CommissionOperates commuter bus service to/from Washington DC.
Manassas Regional AirportGeneral aviation but no scheduled flights
Manassas is mainly served by I-66, U.S. 29, Virginia State Route 234 Business and Virginia State Route 28, which runs through the City's historic downtown. PRTC Transit operates a limited regional bus system.
Sudley Road (Route 234 Business) runs North/South through Manassas, is the main shopping artery of the city.
Manassas National Battlefield ParkTwo major Civil War battlefields. Walking and driving tours of First and Second Manassas battlefields are available.
phone: +1 703 792-8200
Ice Skating @ Harris Pavillionphone: +1 703-361-9800address: 9201 Center Street
phone: +1 703-335-0777address: 9701 Manassas Drive
phone: +1 703 257-7888address: 8902 Mathis Ave2 18-hole miniature golf courses.
phone: +1 703 368-0181address: 8300 Sudley RdFeatures many major clothing stores.
phone: +1 703 361-3141address: 9124 Mathis AveA traditional hardware store in business for over 70 years.
phone: +1 703 257-7895address: 9129 Center StLocal used book store with massive inventory. Old military gear and other antiques speckle this store full of books some of which are over 100+ years old.
Manassas is fairly close to Washington DC, so there's a decent selection of minority ethnic restaurants in addition to regular fare. In addition, many chains are represented in Manassas including Cracker Barrel, Bob Evans, Golden Corral, Great American Steak and Buffet, Red, Hot and Blue, Hooters, Logan's Roadhouse, and local favorite Five Guys hamburgers. Manassas is also known locally for its unusually high number of 7/11 convenience stores per capita. This includes two on Sudley Road that are inexplicably right next door to each other. Local favorites are concentrated in the historic Downtown. The city of Manassas has a meals tax.
phone: +1 703 330-0076address: 9550 Center St
phone: +1 703 257-7272address: 9417 West St
Okra's Cajun Creole Restaurantphone: +1 703-330-2729address: 9110 Center St
phone: +1 703-330-8909address: 9108 Mathis AvenueA Napoli family-run Italian restaurant, with undoubtedly the best pizza, salads, pastas in the area
phone: +1 (703) 361-7474address: 9003 Centreville RdSmall American diner food restaurant. Great local alternative to IHOP.
phone: +1 703 335-9051address: 8948 Mathis AveExtremely popular ice cream parlor.
phone: +1 540-935-8320address: 9249 Center St
phone: +1 571-208-1064address: 9776 Center StBeer is brewed on site on a 1 barrel system. The taproom offers pints, samples and growlers of beer to go.
phone: +1 703-368-7070address: 8640 Mathis Avenue
Courtyard Manassas Battlefield Parkphone: +1 703-335-1300address: 10701 Battleview Parkway
- Centreville (Virginia) don't go there next, go there at the same time. With Centreville road (SR 28) connecting Centreville and Manassas, they're almost two different parts of the same city.