Manassas, VA

10376 Battleview Parkway
Manassas, Virginia 20109
Phone: (888) 721-5707
Secondary phone: (888) 638-8194
Serving: Manassas and Woodbridge, VA
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Manassas is located in northern Virginia and serves as the county seat of Prince William County. Conveniently located near major highways, the city is considered a part of the Washington DC metro area with many residents commuting to DC daily for work.

History

The First Battle of Manassas was fought on July 21, 1861 and was the first major land battle between the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War. As news travelled of the impending battle, citizens and politicians from nearby, Washington DC arrived with picnic baskets and wine to watch the fighting unfold. The Confederates won that particular battle and once again in August 1862 with the Second Battle. For most of the war; however, the town remained in the hands of the Union.

The city was incorporated in 1873 and became the county seat of Prince William County in 1892. Much of its growth over the years has been due to its proximity as a suburb of Washington DC.

Transportation Options

Manassas is accessible by major highways, and its regional airport, Baltimore Washington International Airport. VA-28 and VA-234 Business run through the city while major arteries to the DC area, I-66 and US-29 run nearby outside of the city limits. The airport is the fourth busiest airport in Virginia and is home to flight schools and charter airline companies.

Amtrak’s Cardinal, Northeast Regional and Crescent routes run through the city offering service to Chicago, Boston, and New Orleans, respectively. The Virginia Railway Express or VRE provides service from its downtown station and from the regional airport. It is a popular travel option among residents who commute to DC or Alexandria.

Education

The city’s Public School system includes five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. The city is also home to several colleges and universities including Strayer University, George Mason University, and Northern Virginia Community College.

Popular Attractions in the Area

For those that enjoy visiting historical sites and enjoying nature, the National Battlefield Park is located in Manassas. It is home to the Henry Hill Visitor Center that offers many programs for families to enjoy. The museum located at the visitor center contains artifacts and exhibits from the First Battle of Manassas. In addition to trails to hike, there are monuments and cannons to view on the grounds of the park.

A trip to the Downtown Historic Area of the city makes for an enjoyable daytrip or weekend getaway for couples and families. Many events, including a weekly farmers’ market take place throughout the year. There are many shops and stores to visit, and when you need a rest, you can enjoy a leisurely horse drawn carriage ride throughout the town. 

Get Ready for the Hot Summer Ahead

If you live in the northern Virginia area, you know that our summers can get very hot. To ensure your family’s comfort throughout the hot summer months you should Schedule AC Repair Service in Manassas MD each spring with Griffith Energy Services. By having your AC serviced each year, you will reduce the need for emergency repairs throughout the summer and help lower your electric bill during the summer. An AC unit that is running at its peak performance because it has been well maintained will use less energy to operate.

Call Griffith Energy Services to schedule AC repair service in Manassas MD before summer arrives to our area. You can then rest easy that you are ready for the hot weather ahead.