Travel Guidance

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Celebrate "virtually" all things cherry blossom from March 20 - April 12 at locations throughout the Capital Region.
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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.
Our Neighbors

Meet Our Neighbors

Here are some facts about our neighbors to help you better enjoy your Washington DC area vacation.  The Capital Region is a bustling and must-visit destination for travelers, both domestic and international. Why? Because in one trip you're able to explore all of the experiences in Fairfax County, Virginia and our surrounding neighbors - including Washington, DC, Arlington, historic Manassas, Old Town Alexandria, and Virginia Wine Country.

With a stay in Fairfax County, accessibility to the many thriving neighbors in the region is a cinch. We wanted to share with you some of the reasons why each of these areas make the National Capital Region so exceptional. From Washington, DC's iconic monuments and inspiring museums to the scenic countryside of Virginia, the Capital Region's history and culture are within your reach.

Old Town Alexandria

Old Town Alexandria

The historic City of Alexandria has a charm all its own with cobblestone streets and riverside views. More
Wine Country

Wine Country

Fairfax County is your gateway to dozens of Northern Virginia Wineries that rank as some of the nation's best. More


Visitors flock from the world over to Arlington National Cemetery and other attractions found here. More
Washington, DC

Washington, DC

The Nation's Capital is one of the U.S. destinations on everyones to-do list, and is right next door. More
Historic Manassas

Historic Manassas

History enthusiasts seek out the abundant Civil War history found in this area of the Capital Region. More


Mount Vernon - Hat and Whistle Boy

Family-Friendly Fairfax

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
Festivals - Winter - Christmas

Events Calendar

Looking to get into the spirit of the season? Our calendar is full of seasonal holiday events has exactly what you're looking for as our area attractions gear up to celebrate in the most festive of ways. More
Storytellers Video Series

Storytellers Video Series

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