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The Pozer Garden in the middle of Fairfax City is ennervating & restful. It'w most exciting when the visiting bands play there--free to all. Nearby, the Ratcliffe-Allison House gives you a view of what life was like when the City was in infant stages.
The Kitty Pozer garden has undergone a major renovation in 2015, and now features a lovely splash pad that young families have been enjoying almost every day. It's a wonderful, free, gathering spot for parents to relax while their children play, and free onsite parking...More
If you are going on the Fairfax walking tour, do stop in and see this house during its open hours. Gives a fine feel for the history of the town. Start your tour at the Fairfax Museum and Visitor's center.
This house gives you a look into what daily life was like in the early 1800s. The main part -- a one room dwelling includes furnishings and implements from that time period and you can also see later additions to the home dating to the...More