Holiday Closures and Hours in Reston

As the year draws to an end, government offices will be closed today, on Christmas and on New Year’s Day. Libraries will be closed today through Monday. They will close again on Sunday, Dec. 31 and on New Year’s Day.

Frying Pan Farm Park will be open today from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but it will be closed on Sunday, Monday, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

The Nature House will be closed through Tuesday and again on Dec. 31 and New Year’s Day. The trails at the Walker Nature Center will remain open.

Reston Community Center will be closed on Christmas. RCC Hunters Woods and the Terry L. Smith Aquatics Center will be open on New Year’s Day from noon through 5 p.m. RCC Lake Anne will be closed that day.

Garage parking will remain free through Christmas at Reston Town Center. Street parking is free on Sundays only with a two-hour maximum.

Metro is expected to run on a regular weekend schedule through Sunday, with the exception of the Red Line, where trains are currently running every eight to 15 minutes due to ongoing construction work. On Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, Metro will run from 8 a.m. – 11 p.m.

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