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The Reston Museum offers live tours on a regular basis. The guided tours, for children and adults, will review the early plans for Reston dating back to the early 1960s and outline the revolutionary concepts that impacted the planning and development of communities in America. The presentations will also include a walking tour of Washington Plaza at the historic Lake Anne Village Center to illustrate the principles behind the creation of plazas, townhouses in the suburbs, public art, diversity of housing choices, protection of open space, and walkable communities with residential units, business and retail all located in one place.
For more information and to schedule a tour, call Reston Museum at: 703-709-7700.
|Where||Reston Museum 1639 Washington Plz, Reston, VA 20190|
More About Reston Museum
The Reston Museum, located at Historic Lake Anne, is the place to go to understand Reston's history.
The permanent display features a 12-panel storyboard that shows a visual timeline of Reston. Visitors can search through archive materials to see articles and photos of Reston throughout the years. There is also material devoted to Robert E. Simon, Reston's founder.
The museum also features guided tours (Saturdays at 12:15pm), special events, community resource information and a gift shop to purchase items uniquely Reston.
Other events here
- Nature Walk Sat, Jun 22, 10:00 am–12:00 pm