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Map, Directions, Parking, and Public Transportation

Sexton Music Studio is conveniently located in the heart of Old Town Manassas, off Route 28.  A Googlemap capture is below, and you can also click here (include Googlemap widget for directions to 9350 Main Street, Manassas VA 20110) for customized direction from your home or office.


When you arrive at the building, make sure to go in the side entrance facing Route 28/Center Street and not the main entrance – it will almost certainly be locked.  The Side entrance will have a “BRUU Congregation Office” sign above it.  If the side entrance is locked, use the key code I gave you – the keypad is on the left hand side of the doorway.  If it doesn’t work, or you’ve forgotten it (d’oh!), call me at (703) 975-5075.  Once you’re in the building, go up the staircase, up to the third floor.  Go in Suite 310 – the only room you can go into once you get to the top of the stairs - and immediately turn left.  We are in Suite 309.


Parking for the Sexton Music Studio is available, and varied.  Street parking on Main Street proper is often available, and after 5pm the parking lot across the street from the church building is likewise available.  If neither is working for you on a particular day, and nearby Quarry Street is likewise filled, you can always park at the main city and Rail parking garage which is approximately two blocks away.  The City of Manassas has provided a handy parking deck map – the studio is at the corner of Church and Main, for reference purposes.  One or more of these parking areas may require a nominal parking fee.


We are also located directly off Virginia Railway Express (VRE) / Amtrak  and OmniRide Bus service lines.  The VRE / Amtrak is walkable to the studio, and has convenient drop-offs in the afternoon from DC and Northern Virginia every half hour.  You can view their schedule here.  If you are a VRE passenger, consider taking lessons right after work! 


Prince William County’s OmniRide Bus line also services Old Town Manassas.  While it might be a bit clunky to lug a cello on the line, a violin/fiddle or viola would be no trouble at all.  They run bus service directly to and from the Washington Metro system via the West Falls Church stop on the Orange Line (AM Schedule, PM Schedule), and also by way of a local “OmniLink” service which likewise services Old Town Manassas into Prince William County.  That schedule is here.


If you’re a public transportation passenger and need help coordinating your work schedule with your lesson schedule, let us know and we’ll help you work it out.


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