We love Fairfax County - and we think you will too. Every destination has a story. Meet the people who tell ours, and then plan a trip that will be uniquely yours. More
Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts is a majestic natural setting for over 100 performances across all genres every summer. Home to the architecturally stunning Filene Center, Wolf Trap is a popular night spot for DC area music lovers. More
In an alternate yet familiar past, in a place where wonders abound for those who trust their imagination, a Seeker discovers that in order to glimpse the marvels that lie just below the surface, we must first learn to close our eyes. More
Located in southern Fairfax County, Mount Vernon is situated on 400 acres of land and was home to the first President of the United States, George Washington. With informative and interactive exhibits, beautiful scenery along the Potomac River, and one-of-a-kind events going on throughout the year, it's no wonder why Mount Vernon is the most visited historical estate in America. More
This is the Smithsonian's companion facility to the museum on the National Mall in Washington, DC. Its two huge hangars display thousands of aviation and space artifacts including the Space Shuttle Discovery and the SR-71 Blackbird. More
National Travel and Tourism Week—America's annual salute to travel and tourism—serves to champion the power of our industry. This year, our goal is to ensure that travel—and its positive impact—is part of the discussion amidst the 2016 election season. After all, travel is a primary industry in America. That’s why we’re having travel "hit the campaign trail" for #NTTW16. More
Throughout the entire extended weekend there's no better place to honor the nation's fallen, and the freedoms they fought for, than in the National Capital Region. With memorials and festivals dotting the areas landscape, a stay in Fairfax County puts you right in the midst of the action. More
Celebrate the season by visiting us during special holiday celebrations, taking in our one-of-a-kind attractions, or attending the epic festivals and special events that can only be found here in the Capital Region. More
Exploring the museums found throughout the region make it fun to learn about, and relive, the story of our country and of our world. From the art and history museums in downtown Washington, DC to George Washington's Mount Vernon and the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center right here in Fairfax County - you're sure to find something to entertain each member of your traveling... More
Nestled in the heart of the quaint and unassuming town of Clifton, Virginia sits Fairfax County's first winery - Paradise Springs. Built on land that traces back to Lord Fairfax (the county's namesake), Paradise Springs has a rich and inspiring history. More
On a 21-acre property adjacent to the Manassas National Battlefield, you’ll find The Winery at Bull Run. Here, wine lovers can sit back with a glass on the back porch rockers, history lovers can get their Civil War history lesson and children can play on the property's expansive lawn or search for their own hidden treasures. More
Fairfax County played a significant role in some of the most defining moments of American history. On your next vacation, let us be your history travel guide as we put you in perfect position to visit the Washington, DC and Northern Virginia historical sites, attractions, stories, and events. More
Fairfax County is home to two historic and beautiful wineries - Paradise Springs Winery and The Winery at Bull Run. Considered by many to be the "Gateway to Virginia Wine Country," these wineries are the closest to Washington, DC and are home to a selection of some wonderful, award-winning Virginia wines. More
Get in touch with your artistic side and discover the visual creativity in Northern Virginia. While it is easy to appreciate history or nature in Virginia, Fairfax County's art scene is just as inspiring and incredible. More
Washington, DC is without a doubt one of the most popular places to visit in the U.S., and with Fairfax County just minutes away, Washington, DC is perfect for a quick day trip. Takin in breathtaking monuments and museums that offer views of offer incredible historic artifacts, national treasures, and so much more. More
Fairfax County provides an unrivaled opportunity to connect with Civil War landmarks, museums and re-enactments—at the epicenter of where these history-making events took place. From here, you can discover and explore legendary battlefields like Antietam (Sharpsburg), Manassas (Bull Run), Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Harper's Ferry and more! More
As the official tourism site for Fairfax County, Virginia, it's our job to give you information on Fairfax County and fun things to do in Virginia. While you're visiting the National Capital Region you'll have the opportunity to spend some time at our world-famous shopping destinations or savor the food at one of our many fine Fairfax County restaurants.
During your Northern Virginia travels, maybe you'll want to educate yourself about Fairfax County's role in defining the history of America, or enjoy some of the finest arts and cultural attractions in the nation.
You're also invited to explore thousands of acres of beautifully maintained parkland, the nearby Washington, DC attractions, and unforgettable events that will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.
That's a lot of entertaining choices, but it's our job to give you all your options. And it's our absolute pleasure to do so.