Browse Fairfax County's many outdoor activities, from hiking and biking trails to zip lining and quiet park areas. Plus, camping, boating, fishing and more!
Let us help entertain your kids
Take a virtual tour of Fairfax County's most visited sites!
Music meets nature meets technology. Enjoy this socially distanced, one-of-a-kind music-led stroll through Wolf Trap National Park.
See what's happening this spring in Northern Virginia.
See life-sized dinosaurs come to life during this drive-thru family friendly event. Tickets on sale now for this mid-May event!
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!
Treat Yourself. Support Local Restaurants.
Enjoy special menus at participating restaurants in the Tysons area during Tysons Restaurant Week: April 12-18, 2021!
Find chocolate treats all throughout Fairfax County.
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.
Explore some of the many sites and attractions in the Washington, DC region virtually to help you plan your trip.
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.
Forward Virginia

Forward Virginia

The Governor of Virginia has announced Forward Virginia Guidelines as the Commonwealth continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.

The following measures will take effect at midnight on Thursday, April 1:

  • The Governor announced that effective April 1 the following changes will be made statewide to public health restrictions:
  • Limits on social gatherings will increase to 50 for indoor gatherings and to 100 for outdoor gatherings.
  • Limits for entertainment and public amusement venues will remain at 30% occupancy, but the cap for indoor venues will increase to 500 persons, and the cap for outdoor gatherings will be removed.
  • The number of spectators allowed at recreational sporting events will increase to 100 indoors, to 500 outdoors, and remain limited at 30% capacity.
  • Graduations and commencements will be limited to 500 persons indoors and 5,000 persons outdoors. 
  • Amended business guidance can be found here.

Detailed information can be found regarding Forward Virginia Guidelines on the official Commonwealth of Virginia website, including general guidelines and best practices for all types of businesses, as well as additional resources related to COVID-19. Visit the Forward Virginia Website.

***Please reach out to individual businesses directly or visit their website and social media feeds for the latest information regarding operating status.

Always continue to follow proper social distancing guidelines and use face coverings when in public spaces. If you feel sick or are showing any symptoms of being sick, stay home.

All patrons aged 5 and over shall wear face coverings over their mouth and nose when entering, exiting, traveling through, or spending time inside buildings. Individuals who have trouble breathing or have medical conditions that prohibit wearing a mask or face covering will not be required to do so. These individuals will not be required to prove or explain medical conditions. ***


Kids Activity Guide

Kids Activity Guide

Let us help entertain your kids

Wellness

Wellness

Workouts, flowers, and trails

Show Support of Local Business

Show Support of Local Business

Help local tourism-related businesses

Virtual Attractions

Virtual Attractions

See the best of Fairfax County from home

Things To Do At Home

Things To Do At Home

Fun activities to keep you busy

Restaurant Delivery and To-Go

Restaurant Delivery, and To-Go Options

Support you favorite local restaurants

Wineries and Breweries

Wineries and Breweries

Take advantage of pickup and delivery options

Virtual Events

Virtual Events

Enjoy concerts, kids activities, lectures, and more. 

Storytellers

Hear Our Stories

Learn why we love Fairfax County from our locals