Parks, Culture and Recreation
Parks, Culture & Recreation Updates:
- The Parks, Culture & Recreation offices will move to the Old Town Hall (next to City Hall) after December 19 while the Manassas Museum is closed for renovations. We'll still be available to answer your questions, assist with park and site rentals, and offer Museum programs. Call 703-368-1873 to speak to a Parks, Culture & Recreation staff member. Online reservations are always open.
- The new improved Museum building will reopen in time for the city's 150th birthday celebration in April, 2023.
- Echoes the Manassas Museum store has 2 locations until December 19, 2021. Visit Echoes at the Museum or at the Manassas Train Depot.. Echoes is always open online.
Tuesday—Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday—12:00 Noon - 5:00 p.m.
Parks & TrailsThe City of Manassas has beautiful outdoor spaces for picnics, playgrounds, sports, walking and riding trails, and a whole range of outdoor activities to enjoy. Find out more about trails.
Harris PavilionThe Harris Pavilion is the events venue in the center of Historic Downtown Manassas. From April - October concerts, Farmer's Markets and outdoor events are held under the Pavilion. From November - March the Pavilion is transformed into an Ice Rink.
PoolsEnjoy Stonewall Park Pool during the summer season or the Freedom Center all year long.
Rent a ParkEnjoy beautiful parks and outdoor spaces in the City of Manassas for your special event. Choose from a variety of outdoor facilities for picnics, weddings, reunions, graduation parties or other occasions.
Athletic FieldsThe City of Manassas has athletic fields to accommodate softball, baseball, soccer, and football.
Manassas MuseumVisit the Manassas Museum to learn about the city's rich history and shop at Echoes, the museum store. Admission is always free. Enjoy changing exhibits and programs and explore the Museum's six historic sites.
VolunteerFind opportunities to volunteer or support our parks and museum.
The ArtsThe ARTFactory (formerly the Center for the Arts at the Candy Factory)
The Hylton Performing Arts Center
Discover Art around the City