Fun Things To Do In Carlyle And Eisenhower Valley

Home to the National Investor Hall of Fame museum, the African-American Heritage Park, and Northern Virginia’s first urban cidery, Carlyle and Eisenhower Valley have so much to offer.

Here are some fun things to do at Carlyle and Eisenhower Valley:

National Investors Hall of Fame

  • Sip Virginia-made cider at Lost Boy CiderĀ 

Enjoy hand-crafted ciders at Northern Virginia’s first urban cidery which boasts of using real apples and all-natural ingredients. The ciders come in a mix of flavors such as the raspberry-infused Wingman, IPA-inspired Hazy Hopped, and their signature Comeback Kid. The dry ciders contain virtually no residual sugar post-fermentation, with no sweeteners added.

  • Get inspired at the National Investor Hall of Fame and Museum

Located inside the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the Hall of Fame is hailed by USA Today as one of the 10 “great places to be inspired by innovation.” Explore the gallery of icons illustrating each of the 500+ inductees and their achievements that helped stimulate growth for our nation and beyond.

  • Embark on a waterpark adventure at Cameron Run Regional Park

With its Great Waves Waterpark, batting cages, miniature golf, picnic areas, and more, Cameron Run Regional Park offers endless fun activities for families and groups seeking to unwind and enjoy the outdoors.

  • Enjoy live entertainment at Carlyle Club

Complete with a red carpet entrance and grand art deco, this 1930’s New York-style supper club offers weekly music shows in a swanky setting that virtually sweeps you into The Great Gatsby. Check out their calendar for upcoming performances from R&B crooners to comedians.

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