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Ticonderoga Farm Fall Festival


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Enjoy the colors of fall at Ticonderoga Farm in Chantilly, VA! Open daily September 22-November 4, 2018, the farm is home to one of Northern Virginia’s greatest Fall Festivals!

Farm attractions include jumping pillows, giant slides, pedal carts, cow pow train, small breed farm animals, and play structures. Plus, you can’t miss their swinging bridge — the largest in Virginia!

Like this? You might also enjoy Ongoing Fall-Inspired Festivals & Events.

With seasonal events and activities, including hayrides, ‘smores, and pick-your-own opportunities, visitors big and small will find something to enjoy!

Click here to learn about admission prices, hours, and more. Ticonderoga Farm is located at 26469 Ticonderoga Rd., Chantilly, VA 20152.

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