The final stop on the 11th annual Reston Home Tour isn't in a home at all.
The tour - which takes place on Saturday, Oct. 13, culminates at the offices of Nature's Best magazine, where Reston Historic Trust board member Chuck Veatch will be on hand to discuss award-winning photos.
Each year, Nature's Best, located at 1877C Metro Tech Dr., installs the Windland Smith Rice International Awards Exhibition in the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. This year alone they received over 20,000 images from 47 countries.
The exhibit will be open until May 2013.
At the final stop at Nature's Best, Reston Station developer Comstock will give a presentation about plans for Reston Station - located at the Wiehle Metro stop - and the future of Reston.
There will also be raffles of a crane climb at Reston Station and for an image of the winner's choice from Nature's Best. Light seasonal refreshments will be offered.
The self-paced home tour goes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $30 and benefit Reston Museum and Historic Trust. Tickets are available at www.restonmuseum.org
This year's home tour theme is "Living on the Edge." Six private residences will be featured, all of which are located on the edge of something special – the wooded Glade Stream Valley, Reston's lakes and Reston Town Center.
To read more about homes on this year's tour, click here.
Exact addresses are printed on tour tickets.