25 Best Fairfax County Indoor Activities, Entertainment and Games for Adults and Young Adults
Best family entertainment centers with some attractions that are suitable for a diverse age group.
5111 Westfields Blvd, Centreville, VA 20120
A new large indoor amusement center opened in early 2020.
As of now, the facility offers go-karts, arcades and Tailgaters sports bar and grill. But the upcoming activities will also include: ropes course, VR games, laser tag and rock climbing.
It’s a family friendly venue and fun for all ages both kids and adults.
To get into rides and games you are required to purchase so-called “” starting from $25 to $100 which you can recharge later if needed. Get an additional card value bonus when buying the card online.
13905 Metrotech Dr, Chantilly, VA 20151
The facility features a laser tag, two escape rooms, arcades and a food court. It’s best for kids and teens.
4238 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22203
3 Interactive real-life experiences in a highly themed large environment located on a third floor of Ballston Quarters.
Within a 30 min activity patrons go through several decorated rooms that look like an indoor theme park filled with a mix of riddles.
It is Not like an escape room but rather a hands-on action game with a difficulty level set to easy. Impressive sets would amaze any kid for sure and the activity itself is great for children.
Adults may enjoy it too, especially those who haven’t done escape rooms before. However, it might take adults less than 30 min to go through the session with a ticket price of $35.
All the sudden escape rooms became a new favorite public destination for family fun, friends night outing, birthdays and teambuilding.
No surprise here, because they are indeed the places for a great laugh, open mind and teamwork.
Escape Games are clever pieces of art created by your local nerds, geeks and puzzle enthusiasts wrapped in a fun packaging.
They are represented by entrepreneurs and small business owners who are going through a hard time.
Try local games while they are still around and support small business because the owner could be literally your neighbor.
7201 Lee Hwy Falls Church VA, 22046
Games at Cyber Raccoon focus on scenario and theme. Spacious gaming rooms are beautifully decorated and are full of surprises.
You won’t find any padlocks, instead you will discover lots of hands-on interactions and custom made unusual props.
Prepare your critical thinking for a logical story-based experience.
Prices vary from $26 - $50 per person (depending on number of players in a team). All games are only private to ensure safety of the guests.
2301 Columbia Pike suite c, Arlington, VA 22204
Super friendly environment and kid-friendly games. All games are unique and custom-built so you won’t find anything similar anywhere else.
This place features 4 games and hurry up because they change them from time to time.
2800 Clarendon Blvd Suite 910, Arlington, VA 22201
Choose between 5 games from easy to hard difficulty levels in Arlington location and even more games in Fairfax location.
You will find good jump scares and plenty of intriguing moments. The staff is entertaining and nice.
4211 Fairfax Corner E Ave #230, Fairfax, VA 22030
5 games with challenging puzzles and good gameplay. Well-thought believable atmosphere lets you dive into the game immediately.
Perfect for smaller groups at one game at a time or larger groups but divided into teams to play different games.
406 Elden St, Herndon, VA 20170
4 well thought and creative Escape Games. They feature interesting ideas for the rooms and puzzles. Come to Ravenchase for amazing games, spooky mysteries and magic.
814 King St 2nd floor, Alexandria, VA 22314
Beautifully decorated place with 4 games in Alexandria location and 5 more in DC.
Both locations in Old Town Alexandria and Georgetown have plenty of cafes and shops in a walking distance. Great place for escape game beginners and kids friendly.
1127 King St 2nd floor, Alexandria, VA 22314
Play one or all 4 games in a row. All of the adventures have a Medium difficulty level and are great for groups of 2-6 players.
Gaming Cafes are places for cooperative games that are enriched by physical social interactions with others.
Everything is more fun together, even video games, especially when you can gloat over the opponent in person.
The general audience is young adults (millennials) and nowadays teenagers. Typically children under 9 are not even allowed inside and potential players must be at least 14 years old to become a member.
Address: 10621 Braddock Rd suite b, Fairfax, VA 22032
24/7 desktop PC and console gaming facility. The place is equipped with good recently updated computers, fast internet, and arcade games.
It’s very budget-friendly - pay only $4 per hour or $3 when reserving for 6 hours and more.
Gamers come for relaxed atmosphere and periodical you can sign up for on their Facebook group.
Don’t forget to grab some change with you for snacks or bring/order your own food.
7031 Little River Turnpike #18D, Annandale, VA 22003
Opened in 2019 24/7 gaming center with modern futuristic interior and cool environment. Avid gamers can check the hardware specs on their website.
Especially competitive players can sign up for the upcoming or reserve professional eSport team practice sessions.
If you’ve always dreamed about building your own PC, upgrading it or sending for repair, these guys also provide such services.
Inexpensive rates start at $4 per hour and $3.50 when booking a 6 hours session.
13810 Braddock Rd unit b, Centreville, VA 20121
New eSport center opened in 2019 and is a sister-company of Hunter-M Gaming. Come play the most popular or request your game to be installed by staff in advance.
If you buy a membership for just $10, you would have an ability to accumulate your leftover time instead of using it at once.
13592 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Woodbridge, VA 22191
A gaming Lounge with a very cool space themed interior and excellent customer service.
PC Consoles, VR Games, Xbox. Unfortunately it will close in November 2020 till summer 2021 due to the pandemic.
Children under 14 must come with a parent.
Because virtual reality is a fairly new technology that is still continuously developing its place in the entertainment industry, this area is not so well represented at the Fairfax County local level.
For now we only have one place that properly executed the VR concept but unfortunately they temporarily closed during the pandemic.
We were told that they would re-open in 2021. We decided to keep the listing and will update this post in case anything changes.
We hope to see some VR solo or multiplayer quests back some time soon because it's genuinely unique, unusual and only a few people tried it.
7866L Tysons Corner Center, McLean, VA 22102
The company develops VR and Mixed-reality games and received IP rights to create VR experiences inspired by popular movies, such as Ghostbusters and Jumanji.
You can play a movie character and explore new dimensions in very high quality 3D scenes.
Pricing is around $40 for 20 min VR experience.
Are you old school or are you into the DC Marvel Universe? Either way these local comic book stores will have it all.
Find new friends at fun weekly events and hunt down for collectibles at these locations:
7521 Huntsman Blvd, Springfield, VA 22153
This store carries lots of vintage video games, toys and comics. Customer service has a caring personal touch - if they don’t have something in a store, you can ask to put you in a list to get a text once they get what you were looking for. Locals come there for a homey vibe and nostalgia.
10647 Braddock Rd, Fairfax, VA 22032
Large shop with even larger well organized Inventory. Inside you will find comfortable tables and good lighting for gaming events.
Sign up for subscription services and check out a wide variety of statue figurines.
586 S Washington St, Falls Church, VA 22046
One of the largest comics shops in the area. The best place for back issue selection, trades and MTG pre-release weekends.
426 Maple Ave E #4721, Vienna, VA 22180
Relatively compact and nice place for new releases. This place has been around for 35 years and knowledgeable staff gives good recommendations.
10385 Main St, Fairfax, VA 22030
This place is rich with gaming events that happen almost every day of the week and have live up-to-date groups and communities.
It worth checking the Pathfinder Society meetup page with almost 1,000 members and Magic the Gathering Discord.
7700C Backlick Rd, Springfield, VA 22150
These guys specifically focus on anime DVD and Manga.
44031 Ashburn Shopping Plaza #281, Ashburn, VA 20147
This shop inventory is full of single issues, trade paperbacks, and custom artwork. The staff is very enthusiastic about what they do.
Check out their Facebook Page for videos and interesting posts.
They say art and creativity provide emotional healing from fear or stress. Isn’t it what we all need after 2020?
It’s therapeutic properties help people to relax and put your thoughts together.
Plus you can create an artistic personalized piece by letting your imagination out.
1212 King St, Alexandria, VA 22314
Custom designs with your own hands. This is a place where you can make a memorable souvenir or just to have a fun time with a friend and a glass of wine.
The place will provide you with DIY kits to work on wood, canvas, mats and jewelry.
11215 Lee Hwy j, Fairfax, VA 22030
Wood sign and wood décor workshop where you can unleash your inner craftsman for a few hours.
The activity is guided from beginning to the end by knowledgeable staff who would direct you and share their knowledge, techniques and hacks.
45448 E Severn Way #150, Sterling, VA 20166
8300 Sudley Rd A5, Manassas, VA 20109
Electric indoor go-karts that are up to 50 MPH and axe throwing under one roof. Racing lovers would enjoy driving Italian pro-karts with electric engines and dual-disc brakes.
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