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Vienna Attractions
Community Center
The Vienna Community Center, located at 120 Cherry Street Southeast provides facilities for many events, such as fashion shows, bazaars, health fairs, plays and antique exhibits. Within the Community Center is Club Phoenix, a teen center that is staffed by the Vienna Parks and Recreation Department. Students can enjoy a place of their own in Club Phoenix, including a billiard table, ping-pong tables, jukebox, special events stage, food and drinks, and many fun scheduled special events throughout the year. Note: Club Phoenix is free unless otherwise stated.

Freeman House
Located at the corner of Church and Mill streets Northeast, the Freeman House served at various times as a residence, store, Civil War hospital, railroad station, post office and fire department. Today, the house contains a museum and old-fashioned general store open to the public. Group tours may also be arranged.

Historic District
The Windover Heights Historic District is located in northwest Vienna. Many of the homes in the district contain distinctive architectural features, were the sites of significant events in the town's history, or belonged to prominent citizens. The Walk on the Hill spring garden tour in the historic district is held the last Sunday afternoon in April each year, sponsored by Historic Vienna, Inc. and the residents of the Hill section.

Vienna Caboose
The acquisition and restoration of Vienna's caboose on Church Street alongside the Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) Trail, and creation of the adjacent Centennial Park, were accomplished as a community project for the town's 100th anniversary celebration in 1990. Also located on the site is an information kiosk about the caboose and the significance of the railroad in Vienna's history, and the Centennial time capsule, scheduled to be opened in the year 2040. The Fairfax Audubon Society has built a bird and butterfly habitat garden near Centennial Park for the public to enjoy.

The Vienna Parks and Recreation Department maintains a variety of parks and playing fields. The four major parks (Northside, Southside, Glyndon, and Meadow Lane) include tennis courts, baseball fields, picnic tables, playground equipment, nature trails, and hiking and biking trails. The pavilions at Glyndon and Meadow Lane Parks may be reserved for picnics.