Fairfax

Fairfax County is south of the Potomac River and west of Washington, D.C. It has more than 200 shopping centers, including five super regional malls with more than 750 stores. Tysons Corner Center and Tysons Galleria are popular for their world-class department stores.

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Fairfax Museum and Visitors Center

With more than 70 hotels available in Fairfax County, there are plenty of rooms to choose from as well as conference and space.

And with more than 30,000 acres of park land, recreational opportunities abound, including hiking and equestrian paths, biking trails, golf course and lakes.

A number of unique cultural attractions are based in Fairfax County, such as America's only national park for the performaing arts -- Wolf Trap. Some of the nation's most honored landmarks are in Fairfax County -- Mount Vernon, George Washington's Estate & Gardens; Sully Historic Site, the home of Richard Bland Lee; and Woodlawn Plantation, the home of Martha Washington's granddaughter and her husband. The supersonic appeal of the Smithsonian Institute's National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center is an exciting addition to Fairfax County.

You'll be captivated with the variety of nationally acclaimed entertainment and performing artists at Wolf Trap, America's only National Park for the Performing Arts. And, be sure to save time to experience the world-class shopping of Tysons Corner, with over 500 shops and restaurants all within walking distance of each other.

Come visit Fairfax County - you'll love being in the middle of things! Call or stop by our Visitors Center to learn about things to see and do and places to stay! And with close proximity to Washington, D.C. attractions, Fairfax County is as exciting as you want it to be.

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