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Recognized recently by Niche.Com as the one of the "Best City to Live in America"
Arlington, Virginia was once part of the national's capital when it was founded in 1790. You can still see some of the 200-year-old “boundary stone” markers showing Arlington was once part of the original Federal City designed by Pierre L'Enfant. This connection to the nation's capital remains today in our history, attractions and everyday life. You can find Civil War artifacts throughout the county.
Get a glimpse of how the middle class used to live during Virginia’s Colonial era at the Ball-Sellers House Museum. Built in the 1740s, the house is the oldest structure in Arlington and portrays the lives of its historic residents like farmer John Ball and his family. You will also hear about William Carlin, a tailor for President George Washington, who also lived in the house back then.
Learn how Union soldiers protected Washington, D.C. during the Civil War at Fort C.F. Smith, which was constructed by Union Troops in early 1863. You can see the ruins of fort in the 19-acre park, which also includes a restored 20th century mansion (available for weddings and meetings), a forest, meadow, and gardens. Stay Arlington
Arlington's array of global cuisines rivals that of many much-larger cities, and its options for fun after dark serve up local flavor with a dash of international spice.
From live comedy to rooftop dining, hookah lounges to live Irish music, sports bars to wine tastings, and so much more, there's plenty to do on a typical night in Arlington. Best of all, you're just minutes by foot, cab, or Metro to fun throughout our lively neighborhoods. So many choices of where to dine! Browse Arlington restaurants here. Source: Stay Arlington