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Your handy guide to everything Fall in Fairfax County! 🍂
The country's most visited historic estate invites you visit and explore.
This Smithsonian museum is the sister facility to the museum on the National Mall.
Scare up some Halloween fun in Fairfax County this fall at some of our events.
Games, rides, and tasty food fair at the Frying Pan Fall Carnival on Oct. 18 - 20.
5,000 hand-carved, illuminated pumpkins come to Lake Fairfax Oct. 3 - Oct. 27.
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!
When you're in the mood to dine al fresco, look no further than our list of restaurants offering a range of outdoor seating options.
Browse our dining deals to save some dough on your next meal.
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.
Check out our calendar of seasonal festivities happening around the region!
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.

Fairfax County Neighborhoods

Explore the neighborhoods in Fairfax County and beyond!  When you visit Fairfax, you'll learn we're not only a fun destination, but also 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 come to us to learn what all there is to see and do.

Visit Alexandria and Mount Vernon

Visit Alexandria and Mount Vernon

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

Visit Centreville

This area has incredible Civil War history but is also home to an award-winning winery and an up-and-coming Korean food scene. More
Attractions in Fairfax & Vienna

Visit Fairfax

Learn about Fairfax's integral part of the American Civil War, explore the historic Old Town Fairfax, and enjoy a trendy food scene in this central part of the county. More
Herndon - Frying Pan Farm Park - Tractor - Family

Visit Herndon

Visit Herndon on your next vacation and take advantage of great dining, kid-friendly attractions, and many outdoor recreation activities. More
Mosaic District - Merrifield - Shopping

Visit Merrifield

This up-and-coming, trendy area of Fairfax County is home to incredible shopping, dining, and events and is located near a Metro station. 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
Kogiya Korean BBQ - Annandale Restaurants

Visit Annandale

This growing and ethnically diverse part of the county has some of the best dining and unique shopping in the area. More
Visit Burke, Clifton and Lorton

Visit Clifton

Clifton is a quaint small town with antiques, local cafes and shops, an award-winning winery, and surprising history. More
Visit Annandale and Falls Church

Visit Falls Church

Walk along Broad Street, visit the fascinating world inside the Eden Center, or try some of the region's best tacos in Falls Church. More
Mason Neck State Park - Hiking - Nature

Visit Mason Neck

This historic area plays host to outdoor enthusiasts visiting one of the many parks and wildlife refuges found here, including a Virginia State Park. More
Attractions in Herndon & Reston

Visit Reston

Reston is the first modern, post-war planned community. Find out why this neighborhood is one of Fairfax County's busiest and most popular spots to be. More
Wolf Trap

Visit Vienna and Oakton

Catch a show at the only National Park dedicated to the performing arts, or get up close and personal with the only public Korean Bell Garden pavilion in the Western Hemisphere in Vienna. More
Attractions in Burke, Clifton and Lorton

Visit Burke and Lorton

Abundant natural resources, a one-of-a-kind arts center, and friendly faces are awaiting you in this area of Fairfax County. More
Visit Centreville and Chantilly

Visit 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
Great Falls Park

Visit Great Falls

The beautiful area of Great Falls includes an incredible National Park site, a welcoming little village, and more great outdoor adventures. More
claude moore colonial farm

Visit McLean

Home to both the old (a working farm from the 18th century) and the new (CIA Headquarters), McLean is filled with great attractions, food, hiking, and more. More
Springfield Town Center

Visit Springfield

Springfield is home to great shopping at the new Springfield Town Center and amazing outdoor recreation. Learn more about Springfield, VA. More
Washington, DC

Our Neighbors

Fairfax County is lucky to be positioned on the other side of the river from one very famous neighbor. Meet Washington, DC as well as our other friendly neighbors, from Old Town Alexandria to Virginia's Wine Country. More