Vienna, Virginia has a rich history and like many of the towns of Fairfax County, grew to prominence during the civil war. It has many claims to fame including the oldest volunteer fire department in Fairfax County, the site of the first black public school, the site of the county’s first hospital, and home to the only national park dedicated to the performing arts, Wolftrap.
Vienna is located west of McLean and north of Oakton.
Quality of Life:
Vienna has a mixture of lush parklands, quiet communities and bustling business centers (mainly along the 123 corridor). The Vienna Community Center provides facilities for many events, such as fashion shows, bazaars, health fairs, plays, and antique exhibits. In addition, you will find a mix of both new construction and historic homes that uniquely blend to give Vienna a truly unique feel.
Vienna is serviced by County Route 123.
Ronald Reagan National Airport: < 20 miles.
Washington-Dulles International Airport: < 15 miles.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport: < 50 miles.