The McLean area of Fairfax County is known for its upscale homes and shopping centers as well as a central business center that has been recently revitalized. Tysons Corner Center and the Tysons Galleria, the largest shopping malls in the Washington metropolitan area draw visitors from around the region. McLean is also known for some of the best public and private schools in the country. The area offers a variety of sports and recreational facilities, including major parks, recreation centers, golf courses, and nature and historical sites. The county has developed a 40 year development plan which will transform the area into a walkable, sustainable, urban community over the next few decades. For details, see Tysons, Virginia Development – An Overview of Future Plans.
LocationMcLean is located between the George Washington Parkway and the town of Vienna in Fairfax County, Virginia just five miles west of Washington, DC. McLean intersects I-495 and is within a close proximity to I-270, I-95 and I-66.
Communities Near McLeanTysons Corner, Great Falls, Vienna, Dunn Loring, Falls Church, Langley
McLean DemographicsAccording to the 2000 census, McLean is home to 38,929 residents. The race breakdown is as follows: White: 84.6%; Black: 1.6 %; Asian: 10.6%; Hispanic/Latino: 4.0%.; Median household income: $121,138.
Attractions Near McLean
- Tysons Corner Center
- Tysons Galleria
- Great Falls Park
- Claude Moore Colonial Farm
- Colvin Run Mill Historic Site
- Alden Theater
- Wolf Trap National Park
McLean/Tysons Corner HotelsCrowne Plaza
Best Western Tysons Westpark