Where America's Story Becomes Yours
From the D.C. Capital Beltway (I-495) Take I-95 South or I-66 West. Exit numbers from I-95 for Prince William County attractions, lodging and sites are 160 through 148. Exit numbers from I-66 are 47 through 40. Routes 1, 15, 28, 29 and 123 also provide excellent access to the county.
Amtrak stops in Historic Downtown Manassas as well as Quantico and Woodbridge in Prince William. The Virginia Railway Express commuter train connects Manassas, Manassas Park, Woodbridge, Rippon and Quantico to Washington, D.C. Extensions of the Washington, D.C., Metro are also within easy access of Prince William.
Greyhound bus service is available in Prince William & Manassas or, for local trips, try the OmniLink bus service.
Washington-Dulles International Airport is 18 miles north of Manassas off Route 28 and provides a full range of domestic and international flights. Shuttle services and taxis are available to Prince William -area hotels.
Ronald Reagan-Washington National Airport is 23 miles north of Woodbridge off Route 1 and provides a full range of domestic flights and many corporate commuter shuttles from most major metropolitan cities. Taxis are available to Prince William-area hotels.
Manassas Regional Airport is south of Route 28 in the City of Manassas. While not currently accepting commercial aircrafts, the airport is well-equipped to handle private charter flights. For more information, please call (703) 361-1882.