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Friends of the Historic Fairfax Courthouse

Price:

$10 per person


$7.50 each if you buy 4+

That's a 25% saving


Under 11 years old is free


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Map of City Parking

George Mason University


City of Fairfax


Downtown Fairfax Business Coalition


Community Farmer's Market


Friends of the Historic Fairfax Courthouse

George Mason University's home town: Fairfax, Virginia


From the Founding Fathers! ...to the founding of Washington, DC! ...to the Civil War! ...to Downton Abbey?


Join us on a Walking Tour of

Old Town Fairfax Historic District


Fridays and Saturdays March 27 through November 28


Additional Monday tours:


March 30 - Easter school vacation

May 25 - Memorial Day

September 7 - Labor Day

October 12 - Columbus Day


4pm start time

Just added: Morning tours


2nd and 4th Saturday mornings: 10 AM

May, June, July, August, September


Tour lasts about 2 hours

Afternoon Tour starts in front of the Historic Fairfax Courthouse, located north of GMU at the intersection of Rt. 123 (Ox Road/Chain Bridge Road) and Rt. 236 (Main Street).

4000 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Virginia 22030

Morning Tour starts at the Historic Farmer's Market found on West Street behind the Historic Fairfax Courthouse

See the Historic Fairfax County Courthouse, home to rare documents including some from George Mason, George Washington, and Martha Washington.


Visit local historical buildings that are over 200 years old, many meticulously preserved for use of the public.


Hear about the love story between a Confederate Spy and Union Officer along with other tales about the city during the Civil War.


Learn where and why Fairfax City had many local Firsts, including one of the first automobile dealerships in Virginia.


Find out why a local historic building purposely has a second door several feet off of the ground with no stairs leading up to it.


And just what is the Downton Abbey connection?


Find out all of this and more on our 2 hour walking tour

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