Points of Interest in Pentagon City

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Photo: Arlington Historical MuseumAll points of interest listed below are walking distance from the Pentagon City Metro station. Pentagon City is also served by Metrobus and ART - Arlington Transit. The Mt. Vernon trail provides access by bicycle. For more information, see Getting Around Pentagon City.

  • Arlington Historical Museum – 1805 South Arlington Ridge Road.
  • Arlington History Bike Tour – Self-guided tour along a 22-mile circuit through Arlington, passing through Pentagon City.
  • Aurora Hills Branch Library - 735 S. 18th St.
  • Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Museum – 700 Army Navy Drive, across from Fashion Centre at Pentagon City.
  • Fashion Centre at Pentagon City – 1100 South Hayes Street.
  • Pentagon Row – S. Joyce St. and Army Navy Dr. Pentagon Row is a mixed-use main street-style center with a combination of unique specialty retail, exciting restaurants and other amenities along with more than 500 apartments.
  • The Pentagon – headquarters of the United States Department of Defense and the nerve center for command and control, is virtually a city within itself. Tours of the Pentagon are available to schools, educational organizations and other select groups by reservation only. Admission: Free.
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  • Virginia Highlands Park – 1600 South Hayes Street. Accessible preschool and school-age playgrounds, athletic fields, picnic shelter.
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