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A bird's eve view of a residential part of Bristow.

Bristow is a town in Northern Virginia, in the process of being swallowed up by the expanding suburbs of Manassas.


Bristow is a rapidly-growing town. In 2000 the population of Bristow was 8,910, but the 2014 estimate is 29,000. It is mostly white and moderately wealthy.

Get in[edit]

Bristow is about 2 miles from I-66 exit 44.

Route 28 passes through the center of Bristow.

Mananas Regional Airport is minutes away from Bristow by car.

Mananas and Bristow/Broad Run are the local rail stations.

Get around[edit]

Driving would be the best mode of transportation. There are also a few bus stops around the town.








The northern Virginia area codes are 571 and 703. Cellular service is adequate everywhere the only places you should expect low coverage is in the rural southern part of Bristow. A good number of shops and stores have free WiFi.

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