Begin your visit at the Historic Manassas Train Depot, the signature icon of Historic Downtown. Built in 1914, the renovated depot is now home to the offices of Historic Manassas, Inc., a Virginia Main Street organization, the Historic Manassas Visitor Center and the James and Marion Payne Railroad Heritage Gallery. The site is also a busy stop for daily Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express commuter trains connecting Manassas with Washington, DC and beyond.
The Historic Manassas Visitor Center is open 7 days a week, 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. except New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. It offers brochures, maps, and friendly knowledgeable staff to help you explore this fascinating locale on foot or by car. Accommodation information can also be sent to your home. Before you come, call the Visitor Center at 703-361-6599 or email our Visitor Center Manager.
This Romanesque revival courthouse, designed by James C. Teague and Philip T. Marye was completed in 1893 and served the country until 1984 when a new courthouse was built nearby. The old Manassas Courthouse was the site of 1911 Peace Jubilee where President Taft stood on the grounds to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the First Battle of Manassas.
Imagine a climbing gym with towering 50 foot high walls, long graceful arches, chimneys, overhangs, dihedrals, aretes, cracks and slab walls to challenge every climber's ability physically and mentally.
The Manassas Museum is temporarily closed for renovation and is expected to reopen in 2023. Programs and tours are still being offered and historic sites are still open. Please visit manassasmuseum.org to find out more and visit Echoes, the Manassas Museum Store at its temporary location inside the Historic Railway Depot, 9431 West St.