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Where: Centreville VA
From late September to early November, family and friends can enjoy Cox Farms Fall Festival. General admission includes a cornfield adventure, rope swings, farm animals, concessions and more. If you visit in October, you may want to check out their Fields of Fear attraction, featuring haunted hay rides, trails, and more. Learn more here.
Taste of Greater Springfield
Where: Springfield, VA
A unique festival that features food, craft beer, and wine tasting. Funds raised from the event go to local projects, like scholarships for high school students to attend college, dictionaries for 3rd graders, and more. Learn more here.
Holiday Crafts, Desserts & Sweets
Where: Manassas, VA
Just in time for Halloween, you can test crafts, sweets, and desserts at the first ever Holiday Crafts, Desserts & Sweets event in Manassas. Stick around for a kid’s costume parade and best costume prize to be announced later in the day. Learn more here.
Ticonderoga Fall Festival
Where: Chantilly, VA
Roast marshmallows, pet goats, and pick pumpkins at Ticonderoga’s Fall Festival. Open until November 4th, you can stop by during the weekdays or the weekends for some farm fun. Learn more here.
If you’re planning for next year, here are a few festivals that have already passed, but are definitely worth checking out:
Fall for Fairfax
Where: Fairfax, VA
An annual event with more than 100 activities and exhibits, which means fun for the whole family. Most entertainment and programs are free, but some activities have a small fee. Learn more here.
Occoquan Arts and Craft Show
Where: Occoquan, VA
With hundreds artisan vendors and food vendors, the Occoquan fall craft fair is a great way to spend a weekend. Enjoy the picturesque town of Historic Occoquan and walk along the Occoquan River while shopping, sampling, and eating your way through the show. Learn more here.
Annual Manassas Jubilee
Where: Manassas, VA
The historic town of Manassas hosts this annual festival to celebrate the season. Jam packed with live music, entertainment, crafts, and foods, this is one you shouldn’t miss. Learn more here.
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