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Eden Center

  • Address:
    6751 Wilson Boulevard
    Falls Church, VA 22044
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The Eden Center is Northern Virginia’s premier Asian center containing approximately 120 stores and is located on Wilson Boulevard at Seven Corners in Fall Church, Virginia. The Eden Center Clock Tower, an exact replica of downtown Saigon, was erected as a reminder of the home away from home for the thousands of immigrants who settled in the Washington DC metropolitan area after the end of the Vietnam War in 1975. Today, the younger generation also holds Eden Center dear, and frequent Eden Center each and every weekend. An elaborate Lion Arch was added as a gateway entrance off busy Wilson Boulevard to honor both Vietnamese and Chinese cultures that are reflected in both Eden’s shops and its customers. Today, the Center is the heart and soul of the Vietnamese-American Community for the entire East Coast. Eden Center continues to grow and hosts an annual Tet festival and an annual Moon Festival.