Halloween Events and Celebrations In Fairfax County
Start planning your Fairfax County fall getaway now to be here to take part in all the festivities happening for Halloween. Whether you're looking to be scared silly or for some Halloween events for kids to just have some good old-fashioned family fun this year, check out the activities below to find the perfect Halloween activities. And beware, you never know what could turn up on these hallowed grounds at these Halloween events. For more fall fun, check out Fairfax County’s seasonal fall activities!
Super Scary and Adult Halloween Events in Fairfax County
Be sure to read our Home Haunts and Haunted Places blogs for an EXTRA spooky adventure. If you’re a history buff make sure to check out Haunted Places for an EXTRA spooky adventure. Looking for a show? There's nothing like seeing a show at The Barns at Wolf Trap as Fall brings the crisp weather, fall festivals, and pumpkin fever.
Not-So-Scary Halloween Events
If you or the family isn't in the mood for the scares, no worries! Fairfax county offers plenty of non-frightening Halloween fun. What is Halloween without some good old-fashioned Trick or Treating? Be sure to check out any local Halloween Parades in the area we well- the more candy the better, right? On top of all that, you can't forget to show off those amazing costumes in front of your family, friends, and the community. For more family friendly halloween activities check out our blog!
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