Northern Virginia is now in Phase 3 of reopening! Visit our Forward Virginia page for more information about what this means for Fairfax County businesses. Please check individual websites and social feeds for up to date information on their operating status and safety protocols. See Guidelines

This website uses cookies to store information on your computer. Some are essential to make our site work; others help us improve the user experience. By using the site, you consent to the placement of these cookies.  Read our Privacy Policy to learn more.

Agree & Dismiss
Take a virtual tour of Fairfax County's most visited sites!
Let us help entertain your kids
Fun activities to keep you busy
Entertain your family with live streaming concerts, lectures, and kids activities.
Workouts, flowers, and trails
Fun activities to keep you busy
Find a pet-friendly spot in Fairfax County!
Find hotels close to a Metro station.
Looking for a hotel in a specific area? Use our handy hotel map!
Get easy access to the current information on closures/delivery and coupons by signing up for FREE now.
Try your hand at one of our local chef’s recipes.
Fly to Fairfax County!
From metro stations to hotels to attractions, find the map you need most.
Carry all there is to see and do right in the palm of your hand.
From Civil War battlefields to DC monuments, here's your guide to the area.
The urban center of Fairfax County, Tysons is a destination of its own.
< Back To Results

    Guided tours of the Historic Fairfax Courthouse and Historic Records Center

  • Recurring weekly on Friday
  • Time:
    3PM
  • Admission:
    FRee
  • Location:
  • Address:
    4000 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VA 22030
  • Phone:
    (703) 246-4168
Details
Map

Every Friday at 3:00 p.m., excluding holidays or other court closures.

Guided tours of the Historic Fairfax Courthouse and Historic Records Center are free and open to the public!

Location: 4000 Chain Bridge Road. Meet at the green double doors under the arcade of the Historic Fairfax Courthouse (1799).

This is the end of the courthouse CLOSEST to Main Street and Chain Bridge Road, with the cannons and Marr Monument out front.

The 1799 Historic Fairfax Courthouse faces Chain Bridge Road.