Fairfax County Historic Sites on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places



Historic Preservation Act 50th Anniversary  Fairfax County Historic Sites on the National Register of Historic Places
The National Register of Historic Places was established in 1966.  It is managed by the National Park Service.  It is the official list of structures, sites, objects, and districts that embody the historical and cultural foundations of the nation. The Virginia Landmarks Register was also established in 1966 and is managed by the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. It serves as the state’s official list of properties important to Virginia’s history. Over the past 50 years, 59 properties and districts located in Fairfax County have been listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Fairfax County celebrated this anniversary with a commemorative display in the Fairfax County Government Center Lobby and videos on Channel 16 throughout 2016.  The following are Fairfax County Historic Sites in the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places linking to information about each site,  the nomination form and photos of each. 

You may also view an interactive story map tour of the Fairfax County sites on the National Register of Historic Places. (or click on the image on the right to view)

Belvoir Mansion Ruins and Fairfax Grave Site
Bowman Distillery
Bloomfield (Holly Knoll)
Clifton Historic District 
Colvin Run Mill 
Cornwell Farm 
D.C. Workhouse/Reformatory H.D.
D.C. Boundary Stones
Dranesville Tavern 
Fairfax Arms 
Fairfax County Courthouse
Floris Historic District
Four Stairs 
Freeman Store
Frying Pan Meetinghouse
Georgetown Pike
George Washington's Grist Mill
George Washington Memorial Parkway
Great Falls Grange Hall and Forestville School
Great Falls Park (Historic District)
Green Spring 
Gunnell's Run 
Gunston Hall 
John Gunnell House 
Herndon Depot 
Herndon Historic District 

Hollin Hills Historic District
Holmes Run Acres Historic District 
Hope Park Mill Miller's House 
Huntley
Langley Fork Historic District
Manassas National Battlefield Park (Historic District)
Merrybrook 
Mount Vernon 
Mount Vernon Memorial Highway 
Oak Hill 
Oakton Trolley Station 
Pohick Episcopal Church 
Pope-Leighey House 
Potomac (Patowmack) Canal Historic District
Salona
Silverbrook 
Spring Hill Farm
St. Mary's Church
Sully Plantation
Sydenstricker School
Tauxemont Historic District 
Tower House
Vale School-Community House
Washington Aqueduct 
Woodlawn 
Woodlawn Quaker Meeting House


 


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