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Things to Do This February in Fairfax County

Goodbye January, and hello February! We’re officially into our second month of the decade, and with it comes a new wave of must-see attractions and events in Fairfax County. Between Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, the Super Bowl, and more, there’s plenty of excitement in the area. The…

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Shop Local at Our Most Unique Gift Destinations

Each year, two days after Thanksgiving, communities across the nation host Small Business Saturday, celebrating and supporting neighborhood businesses. In Fairfax County, however, your Small Business Saturday is super-sized with unique gifts from iconic museum shops and interesting destinations…

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Where to See Independence Day Fireworks in DC Area

Nobody does Independence Day better than the National Capital Region. It's more than just the fireworks, concert, and parade on the National Mall, though. Between our community parades and celebrations, early fireworks shows, and downtown's Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the Capital Region…

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Things to Do this June in Fairfax County

June means that it’s officially time for summer in Fairfax County. And with summer comes major festivals, waterpark fun, ice cream, special seasonal events, and all the outdoor concerts and movies you could ever wish for. Here are several ways you can fill your early summer weekends up this month…

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4 Fun Ways to Celebrate Presidents Day Weekend

Did you know that Presidents Day originated as a celebration of George Washington’s birthday? What better way to celebrate this former Fairfax County resident (and the dozens of leaders who have followed in his footsteps) than to dive into some of the presidential history found in the Capital…

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Celebrate the season by visiting us during special holiday celebrations, taking in our one-of-a-kind attractions, or attending our epic festivals and special events found only in the region. More
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Immerse your children in activities that stimulate their imagination. With so much fascinating history in Fairfax County, you can bet they’ll have fun while they learn. More
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Storytellers Video Series

Every destination has a story. Meet Fairfax County's storytellers and then create your own travel story. More