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The National Museum of the Marine Corps is a lasting tribute to the U.S. Marine Corps. Located adjacent to Quantico Marine Corps Base, the museum’s ...
Forest Greens Golf Club
Locust Shade Park
Quantico National Cemetery
Encompassing more than 12,000 acres of woodlands, streams, ponds, and scenic trails, this park is the largest nature area in the National Park ...
Confederates evacuated their camps here in March 1862 and the town remained in Union hands throughout the rest of the war. A raid Dec. 27, 1862, by ...
Town of Quantico
This area along Neabsco Creek was the center of Confederate winter encampments and fortifications in 1861-1862. These troops were used to support ...
Julie J. Metz Wetland Bank
Marinas of Neabsco Creek
Rippon Lodge Historic Site
A step away from your every day, you'll feel as though you've stumbled into Tuscany when you stop by our tasting room. After sampling our award ...
The Historic Aquia Church is one of the oldest active colonial churches still in operation in America today, and is designated a National Historic ...
Immediately accessible from I-95 at Exit 143 - Aquia, this ten screen theater shows first run movies, seven days a week. This REGAL theater ...
Government Island is a historic 18th and 19th century quarry site that provided Aquia sandstone for the construction of the White House and the ...
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