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Visitor Center

Visitor Center

Marketing via the Visitor Center

The Fairfax County Visitor Center in Tysons Corner Center is one of 59 certified Tourist Information Centers in the state of Virginia. The Center provides a convenient location for out-of-town visitors, newcomers, and local residents and their guests to obtain tourist and event information for Fairfax County.

The Center is located in Tysons Corner Center on the second level/Nordstrom wing. It is open Monday – Saturday from 10 AM – 6PM, and Sunday from 11 AM – 6 PM. The Center is staffed by part-time visitor counselors who know the county inside and out, offering insider tips to travelers staying in the county so that they have the most memorable and interesting Fairfax experience. Give them a call at 703-752-9500 or email at with any travel-related questions, or click on for further information.

Visitor Center Information: 

All stakeholder brochures are displayed in the Center free of charge.
Send your customers to the Center for free maps and brochures for all Fairfax County and regional attractions. You can then save on those expensive brochure racks for your properties.
Custom itineraries, based on your clients’ preferences, are the counselors’ specialty.
Be sure to send us all of your marketing fliers for your special events. We will post them in the Visitor Center.

Services include:

Free maps of the region
Complimentary brochures from all major attractions and sites throughout the county, state and region
Customized itineraries based on visitors’ personal preferences and interests
Free gifts during promotions
Access to the innovative and extensive Visit Fairfax website with its calendar of events, coupons/special offers
Reservation assistance with hotel rooms and restaurants

Visit Fairfax, the County’s tourism office, has also recently launched a Smartphone app, which helps locals and visitors find restaurants, tourist attractions and shopping destinations throughout the County.

We invite you to pay us a visit at the Center. We’re open 7 days a week: Monday through Saturday, 10 - 6 and Sunday, 11 to 6. Phone: 703-752-9500.

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