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Fairfax County Neighborhoods

Fairfax County is not only a fun destination, it's a BIG destination.  We have over a million people living here and we're home to George Mason University and other major colleges.  We're connected to the world by Dulles International Airport and we're accessible domestically by miles of major roadways and railways.  And with a landmass totaling over 400 sq. miles and bordering the nation's capital, it's easy to understand why some people find it hard to navigate all there is to see and do.  So to make it easy for you, we've created this section of our site that showcase the neighborhoods and areas in and around Fairfax County.  Each section includes neighborhood descriptions, general information, and highlighted attractions and insider tips to help ensure no matter where you visit, you will have an enjoyable and memorable time.


Historic Woodlawn

Visit Alexandria and Springfield

This bustling hub of business and activity is dotted with historical sites, and fun activities all blended with a hint of natural beauty.  More
Eden Center

Visit Annandale and Falls Church

This growing and ethnically diverse part of the county has some of the best dining and unique shopping in the area.  More
Clifton Welcome Sign

Visit Burke, Clifton and Lorton

Quaint main streets, abundant natural resources, a one-of-a-kind arts center and friendly faces are awaiting you in this area of Fairfax County. More
Space Shuttle Discovery

Visit Centreville and Chantilly

You'll be transported from the 18th Century to outer space in this part of the county that features everything from Civil War history to the Space Shuttle Discovery.  More
Historic Fairfax Courthouse

Visit Fairfax and Vienna

Here you'll find historic and walkable streets, a dynamic dining scene and a hometown feel - all of which adjoins George Mason University and all of it's cultural resources. More
Great Falls

Visit Great Falls and McLean

Majestic parks and green spaces provide the backdrop to this upscale,yet quaint, area of the county that provides abundant opportunities to dine, shop or simply relax.  More
Reston Town Center

Visit Herndon and Reston

Both the growing and historic Town of Herndon and the vibrant planned community of Reston maintain their own unique personalities and activities while being separated by a few short miles.  More
Mount Vernon

Visit Mason Neck and Mount Vernon

The historic homes of George Mason and George Washington highlight this area which also plays host to outdoor enthusiasts visiting one of the many parks found here.  More
Tysons Galleria

Visit Tysons Corner

Come experience the nation's "Next Great City" where some of the country's best shopping is found alongside an unbelievable collection restaurants, businesses and a newly built Metro system. More

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