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Moving Companies in Manassas, Virginia

Moving Companies in Manassas, Virginia

Planning a move to Manassas?

Located just 55 minutes southwest of Washington D.C. is the charming, small town city of Manassas. The city is the county seat of Prince William County, which is the second-most populous county in Virginia. As part of the Washington Metro Area, Manassas offers the convenience to all the sights and sounds of a big city without all the hustle and bustle. Keep reading to learn more about Manassas and why moving there is a good choice for you and your family.

Move to Manassas, a city with rich history and a tight-knit community.

Moving to Manassas

Events in Manassas. The city hosts three annual events. The Manassas Wine and Jazz Festival happens every summer and features jazz artists and afternoon wine tastings. Celebrate America on July 4 features one of the largest fireworks displays in Northern Virginia. Lastly, the Fall Jubilee includes live entertainment, over 100 craft and community booths, wine tastings, children’s rides, and a pumpkin patch – all free to the public.

Tight-knit community. With just 37,821 residents, Manassas offers a community atmosphere you just can’t get in a big city like D.C. In fact, Citiesjournal.com named Manassas the #1 Top Small City in Virginia.

Rich history. The city was the location of the first major land battle of the Civil War. You may know the battle as the Battle of First Manassas or the Battle of Bull Run. About 4,900 people were killed, wounded, missing, or captured. And then 13 months later, the Second Battle of Manassas/Bull Run began, and it was four times larger than the first. Following the end of the war, the area grew into the town of Manassas, and was incorporated in 1873.

You can walk the footsteps of history by touring the Manassas Museum in Old Town Manassas, stand where “Stonewall” Jackson earned his name at Manassas National Battlefield Park, or visit the former Civil War hospital at Ben Lomond Historic Site.

Good business. While the city is rich in history, it is also rich in economic development. The city is rooted by health care, government, and technical service jobs, as well as retail trade, manufacturing, construction, and local government. The top employers in the area include Micron Technology, The City of Manassas School Board, Prince William Hospital, Lockheed Martin, American Public University, and the City of Manassas.

Great schools. Manassas City Public Schools serves 7,242 students across five elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school, and one high school. The city is also home to several private schools, including All Saints Catholic School, Manassas Christian Academy, and Seton school, to name a few.

Higher education. There are many options for higher education in and around Manassas. Northern Virginia Community College, George Mason University and Strayer University are all very accessible to those moving to Manassas. George Mason has a campus in the city, while the others are only a short drive away. If you extend your reach into the Washington D.C. area, you have almost unlimited opportunities for education.

Safety. Manassas is a safe community to call home. In fact, Safewise.com named the community as one of the safest in Virginia.

Old Town. The historic shopping district in Manassas, known as Old Town, is thriving! Packed with fun things to do, restaurants, and shop, your family will love hanging out in Old Town. Some not to miss attractions include The Manassas Museum System and the Signal Bay Waterpark. Signal Bay is a 27,000 square feet park complete with a pool, lazy river, and sand volleyball!

More things to do!

  • There are more than 25,000 acres of green space, 160 miles of trails, and lots of parks throughout the area to enjoy.
  • For outdoor recreation, Manassas offers a variety of golf courses, a minor league baseball team, an ice rink, BMX track, and recreation center.
  • Get your shopping fix at Potomac Mills.
  • Catch a performance at the Hylton Performing Arts Center.
  • Tour the Ben Lomond Manor House and Old Rose Garden.

Making the move to Manassas – How to get there affordably

If you’re moving to Manassas, U-Pack® is an affordable and convenient solution. As a “you pack, we drive” moving company, U-Pack does the all the transportation work, and all you have to do is the packing, loading, and unloading. It’s a great trade for the price.

Speaking of price, U-Pack prices compare to truck rental for most moves. That means you can still stay within budget without sitting behind the wheel of an unfamiliar rental when moving out of state.

We’ll deliver the moving trailer or moving container to your home. Once you load it up, we’ll drive it to your new home in Manassas. When you’re done unloading, we’ll even come get the empty equipment. U-Pack makes moving door-to-door easy and convenient for you.

Get a free moving quote from U-Pack today. We drive. You save.®

Manassas Moving Resources

U-Pack Service Center Locations

Station Address:
Address: 7850 Wellingford Dr
Manassas, VA 20109
United States
Phone Numbers:
Customer Service: (703) 331-0706
Fax: (703) 331-0268

If we are not able to provide door-to-door delivery to your city near Manassas, VA, you can save money by loading or unloading at the service center conveniently located in Manassas, VA. If you have questions about serviceability to your location, please call us at 800-240-7422, and a U-Pack Moving Consultant will gladly help.

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