Vinson Hall, Independent Living: 6251 Old Dominion Drive, McLean, VA 22101
NEW Independent Living Building, Independent Living: 1733 Kirby Road, McLean, VA 22101
Arleigh Burke Pavilion, Assisted Living & Nursing Care: 1739 Kirby Road, McLean, VA 22101
Arleigh Burke Pavilion, Short-term Rehabilitation: 1735 Kirby Road, McLean, VA 22101
The Sylvestery, a Memory Support Residence: 1728 Kirby Road, McLean, VA 22101
Community Building: 1735 Kirby Road, McLean, VA 22101
Vinson Hall is set in the quiet locale of McLean, Virginia, just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. When you step out from our hilltop community you’ll discover all the riches awaiting you next door to the nation’s premier address. The center of our federal government is also a bustling center of attractions! Whether you prefer to visit spots of historical interest, immerse yourself in educational opportunities, experience the rich cultural life, or simply go shopping and out to dinner, it’s yours to enjoy in or near McLean.
Great Falls National Park
An 800-acre park located just off the Potomac River.
Tysons Corner Center
The largest shopping center in the Washington, D.C. area, and one of the 10 largest in the country.
Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail
Park composed of three separate trails, perfect for hiking and biking.
Claude Moor Colonial Farm at Turkey Run
An authentic view into life on an 18th Century colonial farm, as it was just prior to the Revolutionary War.
Theodore Roosevelt Island Park
A 91-acre wooded island dedicated to outdoorsman and American president, Theodore Roosevelt.
Lyndon B. Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac
This living memorial to the 36th president is perfect spot for a relaxing stroll amidst the serenity of the white pines.
An intimate, 386-seat theatre with near-perfect acoustics and a welcoming environment.
Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts
National park devoted to the performing arts, with orchestras & other events in 7,000-seat theater.
US Marine Corps War Memorial
Statue honoring U.S. marines in World War II, depicting the iconic scene from Iwo Jima from 1945.
Arlington House and the Robert E. Lee Memorial
Robert E. Lee’s home for 30 years, uniquely associated with the historic families of Washington, Custis and Lee.